The second phase of the Arab popular revolutions: obstacles and pitfalls


Abstract: The Tunisian democratic revolution that toppled Ben Ali's police regime in Tunisia, the democratic revolution that toppled the dictatorial regime of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, and the protest movements that erupted in Yemen, Jordan, Algeria, Bahrain, and Libya in order to change the ruling authoritarian regimes, and conduct free and fair democratic elections that lead to building The state of law, all of them constitute a new social and political movement, the essence of which is the naked and spontaneous anger against the immorality practiced by the Arab authoritarian regimes, which are involved in the system of neoliberal globalization, which has deepened the gap between the rich and the poor in the Arab world, and trampled upon the dignity of the Arab human, before America.