Regime Change in North Africa: Possible Implications for 21st Century Governance in Africa

@inproceedings{Matanga2013RegimeCI,
  title={Regime Change in North Africa: Possible Implications for 21st Century Governance in Africa},
  author={Frank Khachina Matanga and Mumo Nzau},
  year={2013}
}
For most of 2011, several North African countries experienced sweeping changes in their political structures. During this period, North Africa drew world attention to itself in a profound way. Popular uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt forced long serving and clout wielding Presidents out of power.  Most interestingly, these mass protests seemed to have a domino-effect not only in North Africa but also throughout the Middle East; thereby earning themselves the famous tag- “Arab Spring”. These… CONTINUE READING

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