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Title Arab revolutions and beyond : the Middle East and reverberations in the Americas / Sabah Alnasseri, editor.

Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Dedication; Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; Multiple Crises; A Project in the Making; The Project; A Non-Positivist Hypothesis; Note; Bibliography; Chapter 2: The Geopolitical Economy of the Arab Revolutions; Forces of Revolution; US Empire?; Or Geopolitical Economy?; The Geopolitical Economy of the Arab Revolutions; Oil and Imperialism in MENA Before the 1970s; Declinism, 'Hegemony', and the Unhinging of US Middle East Policy; From the Hubris of 'Empire'…; …To the Fall; Bibliography
Chapter 3: 'Dignity' as Glocal Civic Virtue: Redefining Democracy Through Cosmopolitics in the Era of Neoliberal GovernmentalityIntroduction; Genealogy of a Concept: 'Lost Dignity', Honour and the Modality of Generosity; Reconceptualizing Dignity as Glocal Civic Virtue: The Arab Al Karamah and the Greek Axioprepeia; Dealing with Religiousness and Secularism While Shaping Citizenship in the MENA Region; In the Way to the Greek 'Referendum of Dignity': National Pride and Social Rights Before Direct Democracy, Solidarity Movements, and the Fascist Golden Dawn
Revolution Plus Democracy: A New Paradigm?Rupture; Repetition; Public Space as Cognitive and Embodied Experiences: The Squares as Total Intermediary-Residue Political Practices; Transindividual Empowerment: Practical Reasoning and Emotional Experiences; Embodied Passions and Glocal Cosmopolitics; Dignity, as Civic Virtue Recovery Beyond the West and the Rest; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 4: The Arab Revolutions of 2011 and Iran 2009: Identities and Differences; 2011 As a World-Historical Moment; The Arab Revolutions of 2011 and Since
The Iranian Upheaval of 2009: Identities and Differences with the Arab RevolutionsNote; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Human Rights from Below and International Poverty Law: Comparative Aspects of the Arab Spring and the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, and Their Lessons for Latin America and Mexico; Introduction; Arab and Latin American Springs, Egypt and Mexico; Central Argument and Research Questions; Hogra and Indignation; Poverty and Recent Global Regressions in Human Rights; Poverty as Violence
Poverty as Crime Against Humanity and the Right to be Human: Ethical and Philosophical Frameworks as Necessary but InsufficientEpistemological and Methodological Issues: Human Rights from Below; The Latin American Spring; The Poverty of Rights, International Poverty Law, and Global Justice: International Poverty Law as a Framework for Convergence; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 6: Public Space Without Demands: Understanding Traveling Theory and Practice in Occupy and Transnational Protests; Transnational Diffusion and the Travels of Movement Theory and Practice
Summary Brings together global perspectives on twenty-first century Arab revolutions to theoretically and methodologically link these contemporary uprisings to resistance and protest movements worldwide, above all in the Americas. In their analyses of these transformations, the international contributors engage in an exploration of a variety of themes such as social movements and cultures of resistance, geopolitical economics, civic virtue, identity building, human rights, and foreign economic and political influence. What is the historical significance of these revolutions? What are the implications beyond the Middle East? And how are struggles in other regions of the world being influenced by these events?
Other author Alnasseri, Sabah, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Revolutions -- Arab countries.
Arab countries -- Social conditions.
Arab countries -- Foreign relations -- North America.
North America -- Foreign relations -- Arab countries.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781137591500 (electronic bk.)
1137591501 (electronic bk.)
9781137592392
1137592397