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THE ARAB SPRING: THE RISE OF HUMAN SECURITY AND THE FALL OF DICTATORSHIP

@inproceedings{Morris2012THEAS,
  title={THE ARAB SPRING: THE RISE OF HUMAN SECURITY AND THE FALL OF DICTATORSHIP},
  author={K. Morris},
  year={2012}
}
  • K. Morris
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • This work was conducted to determine the impact of human security concerns within security policies of, the dictatorships of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya upon the Arab Spring and the fall of the regimes in the region of Northern Africa in 2011-12. Academic literature tells us that the concept of security is changing from a state focussed realist concept in the colonial period to a human focused paradigm in the post-colonial period; and, although it discusses the threats posed to the moral values of… CONTINUE READING
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