Aug 10, 2017

have the various Countries experienced the change they revolted for? Is the situation any different than it was a few years back?

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Protest Politics in the Middle East

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Guidelines and Topics (A) Guidelines: 1. These papers require that you write both a standard academic paper while, at the same time, write that paper from the perspective of a particular individual within a particular context within the region. As such, the paper will marked on a two-fold basis: 20% for the quality of your role-playing within the paper; and 80% for the quality of your academic analysis. 2. Academically, while the formats for the paper are varied – from summaries of conversations to position papers – you are nonetheless still required first and foremost to include in these formats all of the components that a standard research essay would require. This includes (i) an introduction to the paper that would include both (a) a thesis statement and (b) a clear statement of how the paper will be organized and argued as well as a conclusion. If you are having difficulties with the creative format, I would advise you, first, to write the paper as you would any other essay and, second, then transform it into something more creative. 3. You are also required to have 12 substantive academic sources – be they books or academic articles. Not counted towards these are newspaper articles and/or blog sites - though they will be very helpful in giving you a sense of the actors and the environment within which they are operating and, hence, I encourage you to supplement your regular research with them. 4. You are also required to document all sources that you use – including those from the internet and the press. Please make sure you use correct citations and you must include a bibliography. Topics: 1. Led by the likes of Tawakel Karmen, women have made up to 30% of the protestors in Yemen`s version of the Arab Spring. You were one of those female protestors. In a subsequent conversation with your female colleagues (while the men were away at an afternoon qat chew!), you had an in-depth discussion of the challenges that women had faced within Yemen under President Saleh, reflecting at the end of that conversation on the opportunities that the social mobilization of women within the opposition might offer for women in any post-Saleh era. Please provide us with a transcript of that conversation. 2. You are a member of a clandestine Kurdish opposition group in Syria and have been asked to write a position paper on the situation of the Kurds in Syria before the Syrian uprising, concluding with some reflections on why the Kurdish opposition has had to tread very carefully when considering its open support for the Syrian opposition as a whole. Please provide us with a copy of that secret memo. 3. You are part of a small, informal group of Saudi women, eager to expand women`s rights in the Kingdom. You have made contact with a feminist association in Egypt who have asked you to provide them with your analysis of, first, the state of women`s rights within the Kingdom to date and, second, an analysis of the challenges and opportunities that exist for advocating and mobilizing around the issue of women`s rights – including an analysis of the significance of recent reforms announced by the monarch around women`s participation in both commerce and municipal politics. Please provide us with a copy of that analysis. 4. You are a founding member of the April 6th Movement in Egypt. In a recent strategic planning session, you entered into an interesting discussion of how the constraints on your efforts to promote social and political mobilization differed in the pre-and post-Mubarak era. Please provide us with a transcript of that conversation, focusing in particular on the strengths and limitations of social media as a mobilizational tool. 5. You are a researcher at a University seeking insights into the politics of the burgeoning informal sectors in the Middle East. You have just completed an interview with a Tunisia street vendor in which you asked him to compare life before and after the Tunisian uprising, with a particular focus on what factors led him to his own participation in the demonstrations and his evaluation as to whether he had made the right decision in doing so. Please provide us with a transcript of that interview.
CONTENT:
Protest Politics in the Middle East Students Name: Schools Name: In 2011, the Arab world experienced unprecedented series of political uprisings. Some of the dictatorial regimes were toppled. Worse still, some of the leaders of these Arab countries met their deaths in cruel manners that shook the core of other Arab countries. These uprisings have changed the political temperature and atmosphere of the Arab world (DALACOURA, 2012). Most people are using such terms as ‘crisis`, ‘revolt` and ‘uprising` in the place of ‘revolution` (as such occurrences were commonly referred to). The main reason for these uprisings was centered on poor and dictatorial leadership that totally oppressed the regular citizen and sometimes annihilation of anyone who dared question the authority of the government leaders. With the hope that a change in government would bear better fruits, revolt, and revolt more did the people do. With the governments changed (others in their transitional stage), have the various Countries experienced the change they revolted for? Is the situation any different than it was a few years back? Has there been an improvement or are the people still suffering the same way they did? These are some of the questions this paper will be looking at with a bid to come with a clear answer and picture of the situation after the uprisings. To achieve this goal, I will investigate the situation in four countries: Syria, Yemen, Egypt and Tunisia. I will also look into Saudi Arabia which recently had a change in legislation and granted women the right to political suffrage for the first time. I will look into the position women protestors played in Yemen`s uprising. Secondly, I will investigate the Kurdish in Syria before the Arab uprising and why according to my opinion the Kurdish opposition has had to tread very carefully when considering its support for the Syrian opposition. Furthermore, I will try bringing to light how a group of Saudi women who want to expand women`s rights into the kingdom. The changes that have been announced by the monarch will also be highlighted and their significance around women`s participation will be highlighted. Additionally, the situation in Egypt and Tunisia, both before and after the uprising will also be looked into. Kurdish Position in Syrian uprising The Kurdish people have been of great significance. They form the largest minority in Syria making up about 10% of the population. For reasons well known, they have always been against the Assad Administration. Asking one of the Syrians, Mr. Azam, he opined that because of their stand, they may get tied with the revolution against Assad`s regime. Indeed the Syrians have had calls from the Syrian nationals asking them to mobilize their numbers and help in supporting the revolution and the Syrian National Council (SNC) to topple Assad`s Regime (White, 2010). The Syrians have so far resisted joining the SNC because it comprises of Sunni Arabs. Historica...


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