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The Arab Spring: Pathways of Repression and Reform
Jason Brownlee, T. Masoud, A. Reynolds
Published 2015
Political Science
Introduction: The Third Arab Spring 1. Theorizing the Arab Spring 2. Lineages of Repression 3. Breakdowns and Crackdowns 5. Why Breakdowns Did Not Always Produce Transitions 6. Limits and Legacies of… Expand
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