TITLE

Analysis and background of the "Arab Spring" in Libya

AUTHOR(S)
Aghayev, Elvin
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
European Researcher;2013, Vol. 39 Issue 1-2, p193
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The "Arab Spring" which first broke out in Tunisia and disseminated to many countries in the Arab world has become one of the most actual topics of the international political agenda in the recent years. The protests that began against the Gaddafi regime after the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt led the opponents to unite under a single umbrella in a short time and form the main opposition in the country. The opponents which first came to the fore with civilian protest movements then continued their struggle against the government with armed attacks. In this article we are going to analyse the "Arab Spring" in Libya which broke out in February 2011 leaving its mark that year and investigate the positive and negative effects.
ACCESSION #
86442556

 

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