|Title||The Arab revolution : Ten lessons from the democratic uprising|
|Imprint||London : Hurst, 2011|
|Descript||xii, 195p. ; 23 cm|
Arabs are no exception. -- Muslims are not only Muslims. -- Anger is power for the younger. -- Social networks work. -- Leaderless movements can win. -- The alternative to democracy is chaos. -- Islamists must choose. -- Jihadis could become obsolete. -- Palestine is still the mantra. -- No domino effect in the renaissance.
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