Civilian Jihad: Nonviolent Struggle, Democratization, and Governance in the Middle East
Springer, Dec 7, 2009 - Political Science - 344 pages
This book examines the role of nonviolent civil resistance in challenging tyranny and promoting democratic-self rule in the greater Middle East using case studies and analyses of how religion, youth, women, technology and external actors have influenced the outcome of civil resistance in the region.
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