Corpus ID: 151258391

Caliphates and Islamic Global Politics

@inproceedings{Poirson2014CaliphatesAI,
  title={Caliphates and Islamic Global Politics},
  author={Timothy Poirson and Robert L. Oprisko},
  year={2014}
}
The events of the 2011 Arab Spring saw renewed hope for Arab Civil Society, at least in the eyes of Middle East observers. However, with the cases of Libya and Syria descending into civil war and chaos, and the Egyptian military still holding the country in a tight grip, the success of Civil Society at creating a space for itself is questionable. While the fall of seemingly immovable authoritarian regimes did not seem to profit much to Civil Society, Political Islamic movements took advantage… Expand

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