The Curious Case of Post-Authoritarian Politics: Explaining “Muslim Rage” and the Innocence of Muslims Protests
By. Jang Ji-Hyang, Peter Lee
New-found political freedom is colliding with the corrosive legacies of decades of authoritarian rule.
Tags : Anti-Americanism, Islam, Muslim, Rage
Lisa Anderson, “The Arab Uprisings: Opportunities and Challenges”
Asan Distinguished Speaker Series by Lisa Anderson, President of the American University in Cairo.
Asan Middle East Conference 2011
Full videos, conference sketches, and more.
Tags : Al Qaeda, Arab Spring, Arang Keshavarzian, Asan Middle East Conference, Bassam Haddad, civil society, Clement M. Henry, democracy, development, Diederik Vandewalle, Eva Bellin, Fawaz A. Gerges, Israel-Palestine Conflict, Jang Ji Hyang, Kemal Kirisci, Lisa Anderson, Michael C. Hudson, Middle East, Mohamed Kerrou, political Islam, political transition, rentier states, Robert P. Parks, Rogue states, social networks, Steven Heydemann, Uzi Rabi