The failure of strategic nonviolent action in Bahrain, Egypt, Libya and Syria: ‘political ju-jitsu’ in reverse

@article{Davies2014TheFO,
  title={The failure of strategic nonviolent action in Bahrain, Egypt, Libya and Syria: ‘political ju-jitsu’ in reverse},
  author={T. Davies},
  journal={Global Change, Peace & Security},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={299 - 313}
}
  • T. Davies
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • Global Change, Peace & Security
  • This article seeks to advance understanding of strategic nonviolent action through providing a more comprehensive assessment of the factors that may contribute towards the failure of nonviolent campaigns than has been undertaken to date. It disaggregates the wide range of international and national circumstances relevant to the failure of nonviolent action, illustrated with reference to experience of nonviolent action in Bahrain, Egypt, Libya and Syria since 2011. Through exploring these cases… CONTINUE READING
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