The New Arab Uprisings: How the 2019 trajectory differs from the 2011 legacy? (Part 2)

Peter Bartu
Content Type
Special Report
Al Jazeera Center for Studies
In 2019, the Middle East seems beset by conflict, chaotic politics and dysfunctional economies. However, the mood of the people in Algeria, Sudan, Lebanon and Iraq is more defiant. Not since 2011 have we seen such public demonstrations for accountability and an end to corruption, war and foreign meddling. This time, they might just get it.
Corruption, Democratization, Protests
Political Geography
Iraq, Sudan, Middle East, Algeria, Arab Countries, Lebanon