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@alexismadrigal  That said, just like the Arab Spring and the printing press, early path/later path will likely diverge but how exactly? Not hundred percent sure but thinking a lot about this right now. We gotta adjust quickly.

Always impressed with Egypt’s per capita #wheat  consumption, thanks @5thWave_tcronin  Major wheat importers saw spikes in demand around the 2008 financial crisis as well as the 2011 Arab Spring. Maybe again in 2020

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Read how the dream of the Arab Spring turned into a nightmare of civil war in Syria, exactly ten years ago. #syria  #unitednations  #humanrights 

March 6-23, 2011: Police arrest Syrian youth for pro-democracy graffiti in Daraa, sparking the first Arab Spring protests in Syria.

The dark web turns 20 this month. From black market hotspots to facilitating the Arab Spring, here's how it changed the world.

General lockdown announced in #Tunisia  today, with reports of panic food buying. #coronavirus  As if that poor country, the only successful Arab Spring democracy, needs another blow.

The 2010-2012 Arab Spring protests were not an isolated phenomenon. Rather, they were acute manifestations of an increasing global trend of mass protests. A new @csis_isp  report from @samwashdc  examines the growth of mass protests around the word:

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Nearly a decade after the Arab Spring, the U.S.’s preferred dictators are again flailing as they try to rein in their societies.

#Anonymous 's loose network of digital hacktivists took on everything from Scientology to the Arab Spring to ISIS. At some point, they fractured. Or did they?

The Arab Spring protests were not an isolated phenomenon. Between 2009 to 2019, mass protests increased annually by an average of 11.5% around the world. Read the new @csis_isp  report to learn more about the emerging era of global mass protests:

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1/ The 2010-2012 Arab Spring protests were not an isolated phenomenon. Rather, they were acute manifestations of an increasing global trend of mass protests. A new @csis_isp  report from @samwashdc  examines the growth of mass protests around the word.

The Arab Spring rose up to fight corruption, repression, inequality and austerity. The Lebanon and Iraq protests show this spirit is still very much alive. If we want a progressive future, we need to build up a global movement of and for working people.

HOSNI MUBARAK - President of Egypt between 1981 and 2011 - Resigned in Arab Spring's Egyptian Revolution of 2011 - Was put on trial - Former Vice President and Air Force commander - Dead at age of 91

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Egyptians are taking to the streets tonight to call for the fall of Sisi. How incredibly brave after everything that’s happened. The Arab Spring is not over yet

More from Egypt tonight, because, wow. This is Mahalla which you could argue is where the Arab Spring really began, on April 6, 2008.

Chelsea Manning's leaks: * exposed video of US gunning down unarmed innocents & journalists * documented systemic war crimes in Iraq & Afghanistan * helped end the Iraq War by preventing new agreement to keep troops * fueled Arab Spring by exposing corrupt regimes (Bill Keller)

One was 16, the other 17, when they participated in pro-democracy demonstrations during the Arab Spring. Saudi Arabia just executed them.

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