Arab Spring in Kuwait Has Strong Democracy for Arab World But Weaknesses Remain
Arab Spring articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Arab Spring was the revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests in the Arab world following the banner of one man in Tunisia, began on 17 December 2010 with the Tunisian Revolution. Popular protests took place in many countries including Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen.
Thomas Paine in the Arab World: Hopefully, over time and with some luck, it will gradually become possible for Arab citizens to see their politicians in the same honorable light as American citizens see our politicians: a necessary evil
Worldwide Democracy Survey: Freedom House has just released its 2012 Freedom in the World survey, an important event in the democratic calendar.
Is Saleh’s Yemen Allies and Regime on the Way Out? A fading recovery and weak jobs growth change
Heroic Lebanese Fight for Election Seeking Radical Reform Despite Myriad Challenges All Around
Tunisia, Egypt and soon Libya have proven Arabs can hold free and fair elections. But devious Arab League scams Syria to prevent democracy start for country
I think it might be helpful to give an overview of my perspective on international politics, particularly, on the importance of progress on real elections