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Sudan has a long history of revolutions; hence it was expected to experience the 2012 "Arab Spring" wave of protests. But unlike the other Arab Spring revolted countries, Sudan's wave of protest did not evolve into a revolution. It is this context that prompts the study. This book investigates the topic of Social Movements and Revolutions, or more precisely the lack thereof in Sudan. The book narrow down some of the possible reasons of why demonstrations in Sudan have yet to evolve into a revolution, and also includes identification of areas where improvement will be most likely to positively transform revolutionary acts and outcomes.…mehr

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Sudan has a long history of revolutions; hence it was expected to experience the 2012 "Arab Spring" wave of protests. But unlike the other Arab Spring revolted countries, Sudan's wave of protest did not evolve into a revolution. It is this context that prompts the study. This book investigates the topic of Social Movements and Revolutions, or more precisely the lack thereof in Sudan. The book narrow down some of the possible reasons of why demonstrations in Sudan have yet to evolve into a revolution, and also includes identification of areas where improvement will be most likely to positively transform revolutionary acts and outcomes.
Autorenporträt
Abubaker, Ragdan
Ragdan is a big believer in working for democracy and making democracy works. Currently based in Washington D.C but has experience living and working in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East regions Ragdan has many years of experience working in the international development field and holds an MA in Political Communication from the University of Leeds.