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Author Fraihat, Ibrahim,
Title Unfinished revolutions : Yemen, Libya, and Tunisia after the Arab Spring / Ibrahim Fraihat.
Imprint New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, [2016]

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Author Fraihat, Ibrahim,
Subject Revolutions -- Arab countries.
Revolutions -- Yemen (Republic)
Revolutions -- Libya.
Revolutions -- Tunisia.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- Arab countries.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- Yemen (Republic)
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- Libya.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- Tunisia.
Democratization -- Arab countries.
Democratization -- Yemen (Republic)
Democratization -- Libya.
Democratization -- Tunisia.
Peace-building -- Arab countries.
Peace-building -- Yemen (Republic)
Peace-building -- Libya.
Peace-building -- Tunisia.
Arab Spring, 2010-
Arab countries -- History -- 21st century.
Arab countries -- Politics and government.
Arab countries -- Social conditions.
Yemen (Republic) -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Tunisia -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Libya -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Add Title Yemen, Libya, and Tunisia after the Arab Spring
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 287 pages) : maps
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-278) and index.
Contents pt. I Issues of Reconciliation -- One. Libya -- Two. Yemen -- Three. Tunisia -- Four. Issues of Reconciliation: A Comparative Perspective -- pt. II Approaches of Reconciliation -- Five. National Dialogue -- Six. Truth Seeking and Grappling with the Past -- Seven. Reparations -- Eight. Dealing with the Former Regime: Accountability and Lustration -- Nine. Institutional Reform -- pt. III Agents of Reconciliation -- Ten. Civil Society Organizations -- Eleven. Women -- Twelve. Tribes.
Note Print version record.
Summary While toppling decades-old authoritarian regimes in Tunisia, Libya, and Yemen took only months, rebuilding these states will likely take years. This work argues that to transition to sustainable peace and stability, these societies must engage in an inclusive national reconciliation process. Based on over 200 interviews with key figures in Tunisia, Libya, and Yemen, this text identifies the greatest drivers of the polarization afflicting each country and the specific national reconciliation processes that can best address them.
ISBN 9780300220957 (electronic bk.)
0300220952 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 945662865
Additional Format Print version : 9780300215632.

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