The World Community and the Arab Spring
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This edited volume offers an understanding of how the international community, as a collection of significant actors including major states and intergovernmental institutions, has responded to the important political and social development of the Arab Spring. Contributors analyze the response by international organizations (UN, EU, NATO), big powers (US, Russia, China, UK), regional powers (Turkey, Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia) and small powers (Kuwait, Qatar). The book thus makes a sound contribution to the existing literature on the Arab Spring in form of foreign policy analysis and provides…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This edited volume offers an understanding of how the international community, as a collection of significant actors including major states and intergovernmental institutions, has responded to the important political and social development of the Arab Spring. Contributors analyze the response by international organizations (UN, EU, NATO), big powers (US, Russia, China, UK), regional powers (Turkey, Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia) and small powers (Kuwait, Qatar). The book thus makes a sound contribution to the existing literature on the Arab Spring in form of foreign policy analysis and provides an overview of the current shape and outlook of global politics.
Autorenporträt
Cenap Cakmak is Professor of International Law and Politics at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey, and Senior Researcher at Wise Men Center for Strategic Research, Turkey.
Ali Onur Özçelik is Assistant Professor at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction: Maintaining Relevance between Study of International Society and Arab SpringCenap Çakmak and Ali Onur Özçelik
2. The United Nations and the Arab SpringCenap Çakmak
3. A Litmus Test for Europe: EU Mediterranean Politics after the Arab SpringAli Onur Özçelik 
4. The Arab Spring and Unconstitutional Changes of Government in AfricaMüge Dalar
5. Cultural Heritage and the Arab Spring: A Review of (Inter)national responses towards Safeguarding Heritage under FireNour A. Munawar 
6. How the Gulf Cooperation Council Responded to Arab SpringGülsah Neslihan Akkaya
7. The United States and Arab Spring: A Mixed Approach of Cautious Optimism and Indifference Cenap Çakmak
8. Russia and the Arab Spring: A Counter-Revolutionary Power in the MENA RegionVanda Amaro Dias and Maria Raquel Freire
9. Six Years after the Arab Spring: China Foreign Policy in the Middle East-North AfricaMordechai Chaziza 
10. French Foreign Policy in Libya and Syria (2003-17): Strategic Adaptability in Quickly Changing EnvironmentsJulien Theron
11. The Arab Spring and Response from IndiaMd. Abdul Gaffar
12. Turkey and the Arab SpringYoko Nakamura
13. Iran's Unscrupulous Role in Arab Spring: A March Back to Authoritarianism?Shams uz Zaman 
14. An Israeli Perspective on the Popular Uprisings in the Arab Middle EastYusri Hazran
15. The Arab Spring and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG): Analogies to the Arab State Crisis?Jason E. Strakes
16. Defending the Heartland: Saudi Arabian Response to the Arab SpringJames Bowden 
17. Foreign Policy by Stealth: Kuwait and the Arab SpringJames Bowden 
18. The UAE and the Arab Spring: Rethinking Foreign PolicyWilliam Guéraiche
19. ConclusionCenap Çakmak and Ali Onur Özçelik