Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales, Vol 11, No 2 (2018)

Impacts of Revolutions in the Arab Spring Countries and in the entire Middle East Region

Ayman Gad El ashkar

Abstract


Middle East, especially the Arab spring countries live one of the most dangerous and most critical periods of their ancient or modern history. The fact that spring has turned into a harsh and painful winter, is undeniable. The fact that the peoples of these countries have failed to achieve success in the performance test of democracy in modern time and at least so far, is undeniable. Arab Spring has reflected and discovered many unexpected facts. This study aims to shed light on the most important and most dangerous consequences, positive and negative impacts of these revolutions in the countries of the Arab spring, either nationally or internationally, especially in the economic and geopolitical aspect as well as the degree of impact in the entire Middle East Region. This study focuses on the most serious negative aspects of these revolutions represented by the growth of the phenomenon of violence, terrorism and religious extremism, the entry of the entire region into an unprecedented catastrophic situation of international conflict, and finally responding to specific question, the Arab spring...did succeeded or failed?

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