Revueltas democráticas en la región

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1. Análisis

 

- Bahrain: Tortured Justice. Brian Dooley. Foreign Policy (22.03.2012)

- Reforming Yemen’s military. Ginny Hill. Foreign Policy (22.03.2012)

- Finding a path to inclusive growth in Arab economies. The Brooking Institution. (22.02 2012)

- The Arab uprisings and the International Oil Market. Paul Stevens. Chathamhouse. (02.2012)

- Saudi Arabia and Syria: logic of dictators. Madawi Al-Rasheed. Open Democracy (20.03.2012)

- Yemen’s Houthi movement and the revolution. Madeleine Wells. Foreign Policy (27.02.2012)

- Arabia Saudi in the new Middle East. F. Gregory Gause. Council on Foreign Relations (01.2012)

- Algeria: reform or securitization of civil society. Melissa Rahmouni. Open Society (30.01.2012)

- What next for Yemen? Brookings Institution (01.2012)

- Algeria: The Dog that didn’t bark. James Traub. Foreign Policy. (06.01.2012)

- A year of rebellion: The state of human rights in the Middle East and North Africa. Amnesty International Report (01.2012)

- After the hope of the Arab Spring, the chill of an Arab Winter. Daniel L. Byman. Brookings Institute. (04.01.2012)

- From inspiration to aspiration: Turkey in the New Middle East. Sinan Ülgen. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (12.2011)

- The reawakening of Islamist Ambitions in Algeria. Lirim Azemi. Think Africa Press. (16.12.2011)

- Yemen’s dangerous power vacuum after President Saleh. Bruce Riedel. The Daily Beast (28.11.2011)

- Algeria: to love the Neighbour? Rosa Wild. Think Africa Press (22.11.2011)

- Yemeni Youth Central for success. Manal Omar. Huffington Post (20.11.2011)

- Armies and civilians in the Arab Awakening: an inevitable compromise? Yezid Sayigh. Carnegie Middle East Center (11.2011)

- Kuwait: parliament protests over cash scandal. Sky News (17.11.2011)

- L’autre place Tahrir, que faire de la « révolution yemenite » ? Héléne Thiollet. CERI Science-Po (11.2011)

- Reforma constitucional en las jóvenes democracias árabes. Kristina Kaush. FRIDE (18.10.2011)

- EU-Washington Forum 2011 debate. Institute for Security Studies (27-28.10.2011)

- At long last, Arab history resumes. Rami G. Khouri. The Daily Star (01.10.2011)

- Activists in Arab World Vie to Define Islamic State. Anthony Shadid i David D.Kirkpatricke. The New York Times (29.09.2011)

- Why President Saleh returned to Yemen. James Spencer. The Guardian (28.09.2011)

- Bahraini Vote a Distraction from Ongoing Oppression. Luma Khaled. Alakbahr (25.09.2011)

- Following the Turkish model or forging our own? Hassan Abu Taleb. Al-Ahram (15-21.09.2011)

- Arab awakening or a new regional order emerging in the Middle East? Erzsébet N. Rózsa. SFPA – Slovak Foreign Policy Association (2011)

- Bahrain Parliamentary Elections: Solution or Crisis? Nebahat Tanrıverd, O. ORSAM. (08.09.2011)

- Algérie-Libye : Rôle trouble et peur de la contagion démocratique. Ali Bensaäd. El Watan (08.09.2011)

- Pushing for Reform in Bahrain. Joost R. Hiltermann. Foreign Policy. (07.09.2011)

- Algeria, revolutionary in name only. John P. Entelis. Foreign Policy (07.09.2011)

- Où en est « le réveil arabe » (I) ? Alain Gresh. Le Monde Diplomatique (05.09.2011)

- The Little Emirate That Could: Qatar versus Qaddafi. Lee Smith. The Weekly Standard (05.09.2011)

- What is behind Algeria’s stance on Libya’s National Transitional Council ? Mustapha Ajbaili. Al Arabiya (01.09.2011)

- Dawn of a New Arab World. Video. Oslo Freedom Forum. (09.2011)

- Las regiones y ciudades del Norte de África: esperando su primavera. Paqui Santoja. Notes internacionals CIDOB (09.2011)

- The politics of Royal Pluralism in Jordan. Alex Schank. Jaddaliya (27.08.2011)

- If the Arab Spring Turns Ugly. Vali Nasr. The New York Times (27.08.2011)

- Libya Rattles the Region. Jane Kinninmont. Chatam House. (25.08.2011)

- The morning after revolution. Abdel-Moneim Said. Al-Ahram Weekly (24.08.2011)

- Why the Arab Spring’s success depends on jobs, not guns. Michael Schuman. Time (22.08.2011)

- A revolution, with Qualifications. James Traub. Foreign Policy (19.08.2011)

- An uncertain Arab transition. David Ignatius. The Washington Post. (19.08.2011)

- Saudi Arabia vs. the Arab Spring. Bernard Haykel. Project Syndicate. (16.08.2011)

- Saudi Arabia Moves to Take Down Syria, Iran and Hezbollah. Bruce Riedel. The National Interest. (16.08.2011)

- The Algerian reform proposals: an initiative for change, or the continued monopolization of power by the authorities? Issam bin Al Shaykh. Arab Center for Research & Policy Studies (14.08.2011)

- Arab Revolution Caught Between Euphoria and Despair. SPIEGEL. (10.08.2011)

- Saudi Arabia calls for Syrian reforms. Al Jazeera (08.08.2011)

- Hope and Change Across the Middle East. Rami G. Khouri. Agence Global. (03.08.2011)

- The Middle East’s New Game. Shlomo Ben-Ami. Project Syndicate. (02.08.2011)

- Preparing for Post-Gadhafi Libya. George Grant. Wall Street Journal (02.08.2011)

- Popular Protest in North Africa and the Middle East (VIII): Bahrain’s Rocky Road to Reform. International Crisis Group (28.07.2011)

- La situación de seguridad en Bahrein. Félix Arteaga. Real Instituto Elcano (02.06.2011)

- Bahreïn: une “revolution” victime des rivalités régionales. Antoine Alhéritière. Think Arabs (27.07.2011)

- Elcano Dossier on the Arab Unrest (nº3) Silvia Montero and Juan A. Sánchez. Elcano Royal Institute. (27.07.2011)

- Lebanon’s Shameful Silence on the Syrian Revolution. Tamer Mallat. Think Arabs (13.07.2011)

- ¿Turquía como modelo para las transiciones árabes? Carmen Rodríguez López. Real Instituto Elcano (08.07.2011)

- Arab youth steps in where Islamism failed. David Gardnerd. The Financial Times (10.07.2011)

- True sovereignty is what Arabs are alter. Rami G. Khouri. The Daily Star (09.07.2011)

- The Road to Serfdom and the Arab Revolt. Fouad Ajami. Wall Street Journal (08.07.2011)

- The Arab Spring Has Given Way to a Long, Hot Summer. Richard N. Haass Council on Foreign Relations (06.07.2011)

- Critical Dialogue between Diverse Opposition Groups: Final Report. The Arab Reform Initiative (01.07.2011)

- Yemen in chaos: what does the end of Saleh’s rule mean for the future of the Arabia Felix? Evangelos Venetis. ELIAMEP. Briefing notes 3/2011 (07.2011)

- Arab Spring: Nature of armies decisive in revolutions. Shashank Joshi. BBC News (28.06.2011)

- Why Social Expenditure in the Arab States is Not Working. Ibrahim Saif. Cernegie Endowment for International Peace (24.06.2011)

- A cartographic chronicle. The Economist (23.06.2011)

- Le cirque de la commission Bensalah s’achève dans l'indifférence : Le grand flop de Bouteflika. Sihem Balhi. DNA - Dernières nouvelles d'Algérie (21.06.2011)

- Saudi Arabia meets challenges of regional protests. James M. Dorsey. Al-Arabiya News (19.06.2011)

- Bottom-up revolution. Paul Rosenberg. Al Jazeera in English (17.06.2011)

- Which Summer for the Arab Spring? Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou. The Washington Note (14.06.2011)

- Le tunnel des réformes: où va l'Algérie? Kamal Guerroua. Le Quotidien d’Oran (..)

- Higher Stakes in Yemen. Christopher Boucek. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (14.06.2011)

- The Role of Education in the Arab World Revolutions. Rebecca Winthrop. Brookings Institution (10.06.2011)

- The Al-Jazeera Moment. Oleguer Sarsanedas. Notes Internacionals CIDOB (06.2011)

- Brechas generacionales en las revueltas del mundo árabe. Marc Bou e Iñigo Macías-Aymar. Política Exterior (06.2011)

- Towards a New Arab World. Interview with Professor Gilles Képel. IDEAS Today. London School of Economics. ( 06.2011)

- Turning up the Heat: Yemen Enters the Arab Summer. Tobias Thiel. IDEAS Today. London School of Economics. (06.2011)

- L'Algerie, un calme trompeur. Luis Martínez. EU-Institute for Security Studies (06.2011)

- Sobre la situación de seguridad en Yemen. Félix Arteaga. Real Instituto Elcano (31.05.2011)

- A Decade of Struggling Reform Efforts in Jordan: The Resilience of the Rentier System. Marwan Muasher. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (05.2011)

- Ahead of Spring in Algeria: Tough Energy and Economic Challenges Await. Francis Ghilès. Notes Internacionals CIDOB (05.2011)

- 'Arab Spring' Has Yet to Alter Region's Strategic Balance. Paul Salem. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (09.05.2011)

- The Arab prospect: forces and dynamics. Tarek Osman. Open Democracy (09.05.2011)

- Las revoluciones árabes acaban con la ideología y el discurso de Al Qaeda. Al Ayyam (traducido y publicado por Rebelión) (02.05.2011)

- A failed uprising in Bahrain. Laurence Louër. European Union – Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) (05.2011)

- Iraq’s Version of Arab Spring. Jonathan Steeleg. Arab Reform Iniative (02.05.2011)

- A Decade of Struggling Reform Efforts in Jordan: The Resilience of the Rentier System. Marwan Muasher. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (05.2011)

- Un attentat qui conforte le régime marocain. Demain (28.04.2011)

- Patterns in the Arab revolution. Al Jazeera English (25.04.2011)

- Upheaval, Uncertainty in Yemen as Saleh Weighs Exit. Christopher Boucekt. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (25.04.2011)

- Les engagements sélectifs d’Al-Jezira. Libération (18.04.2011)

- La sociedad civil y las perspectivas de cambio político en Argelia. Laurence Thieuxa. Real Instituto Elcano (14.04.2011)

- The Islamist Challenge. Ayman El-Amire. The Arab Reform (13.04.2011)

- Popular Protests in North Africa and the Middle East (III): The Bahrain Revolt. International Crisis Group (06.04.2011)

- Irán: la crisis continúa. Ramin Jahanbegloo. El País (01.04.2011)

- For Arab states, the Turkish model may be a chimera. Stephen F. Larrabe. The Daily Star (01.04.2011)

- Why Did Protests in Algeria Fail to Gain Momentum? Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (31.03.2011):

- The struggle over Yemen's future has just become personal. Barak Barfi. The Daily Star (31.03.2011):

- El modelo turco. Hugh Pope. El País (28.03.2011)

- Sin cambio no habrá paz. Jordi Vaquer, Director CIDOB. El País (22.03.2011)

- El levantamiento yemení: imperativos para el cambio y riesgos potenciales. Abdullah Al-faqih. Real Instituto Elcano (22.03.2011)

- Will the Arab world follow Ukraine’s path? Vira Nanivska. International Centre for Policy Studies (21.03.2011)

- How Israel Can Turn the Unrest in the Middle East into an Opportunity for Peacemaking. Massimiliano Fiore. Istituto Affari Internazionali (03.2011)

- Yemen ¿Golpe militar o guerra civil? El Mundo (22.03.2011)

- El gran manipulador. El País (22.03.2011)

- Il l’a fait ! Telquel (12-18.03.2011)

- Révolution. Le Monde arabe comme il va. Telquel (12-18.03.2011)

- Un apartheid médiatique. Al-Quds Al-Arabi (traduit et publié par Courrier International) (17.03.2011)

- La situación de seguridad en Bahrein. Félix Arteaga (17.03.2011)

- Bullets Stall Youthful Push for Arab Spring. The New York Times (17.03.2011)

- Bahrainis cannot be subdued for ever. The Guardian (17.03.2011)

- Demography and Bahrain’s Unrest. Omar el-Shehabi. Arab Reform Bulletin (16.03.2011)

- Middle East was 'born in crisis' Aslam Farouk-Alli. Al Jazeera (15.03.2011)

- Dans le monde arabe, une révolution aux multiples visages. Rue 89 (13.03.2011)

- Ahora sí que en Irán se habla de cambiar el sistema. Periodismo humano (11.03.2011)

- Iran: la fin d’un requin ? Le Monde (10.03.2011)

- Push ahead now for a solution in Palestine. Marwan Muasher and Javier Solana. Financial Times (09.03.2011)

- The Middle East feminist revolution. Al Jazeera (04.03.2011)

- Report: Israel company recruiting Gadhafi mercenaries. Ma’an News Agency (01.03.2011)

- Yemen after Saleh. Mark N. Kaltz (03.2011)

- How Israel Can Turn the Unrest in the Middle East into an Opportunity for Peacemaking. Massimiliano Fiore. Istituto Affari Internazionali (03.2011)

- Desarrollo, juventud y revuelta. Íñigo Macías-Aymar y Eduard Soler i Lecha, investigadores principales CIDOB. El País (27.02.2011)

- Mideast unrest may be rare opportunity for human justice. Haaretz (25.02.2011)

- Artistas no invitados. José María Ridao. El País (25.02.2011)

- The Middle East in the Aftermath of Arab Revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt. Bassma Kodmani. Arab Reform Initiative (23.02.2011)

- Palestinians: The Unsustainable May No Longer be Sustainable. Nathan J. Brown. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (22.02.2011)

- The Deep Roots of Bahrain’s Unrest. Michele Dunne. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (18.02.2011)

- L’Algérie marchera-t-elle pour la démocratie ? Le Monde Diplomatique (17.02.2011)

- This is not an Islamic revolution. Olivier Roy. New Statement (15.02.2011)

- Iran’s Beleaguered Opposition. Karim Sadjadpour. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (15.02.2011)

- Argelia, ¿la tercera revolución? El País (14.02.2011)

- Bahrain: The Day of Wrath. Global Voices (14.02.2011)

- Egypt's lessons for Palestine. Al Jazeera (11.02.2011)

- How revolutions happen: Patterns from Iran to Egypt. BBC (14.02.2011)

- Algeria’s Oil Revenues Will Not Prevent Social Upheaval. Lahcen Achy. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (07.02.2011)

- Dignity, Democracies & Dynasties – in the wake of the revolt on the Arab street. Michael Emerson. The Centre for European Policy Studies (07.02.2011)

- Nouvelles alliances dans le monde arabe. Le Quotidien d’Oran (..)

- Mauritania. El impacto de la revolución tunecina y la crisis egipcia. Javier Nievas. Taller de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (04.02.2011)

- Protests in Yemen Threaten Fragile State. Christopher Boucek. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (04.02.2011)

- Bouteflika lâche du lest : La levée de l'état d'urgence interviendra « dans un très proche avenir ». Dernières Nouvelles d’Algérie (03.02.2011)

- Thousands of Yemenis protest against Saleh. Financial Times (03.02.2011)

- The Tunisian experience is likely to mean evolution in Morocco. Aboubakr Jamai. The Daily Star (03.02.2011)

- Jordanians seek reform without revolution. Financial Times (02.02.2011)

- Yemen president not to extend term. Al Jazeera (02.02.2011)

- Yemen opposition says it is too late for dialogue. The Daily Star (02.02.2011)

- Basma Kodmani : «Les sociétés arabes sont toutes en train de briser les chaînes». El Watan (01.02.2011)

- El rey de Jordania promete reformas para prevenir un estallido social. El País (01.02.2011)

- Viewpoints: Will Egypt's unrest spread? CNN (01.02.2011)

- Egypt Crisis: Re-evaluating Risk in the Middle East. Nadim Shehadi. Chatham House (31.01.2011)

- Yemen. Protestas políticas ¿contagio tunecino? Leyla Hamad. Observatorio Electoral Taller de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (30.01.2011):

- The Tunisia effect. Al Jazeera (30.01.2011)

- Three lessons Arab leaders can't ignore. The Guardian (30.01.2011)

- Dites, Messieurs, combien de temps allez-vous interdire aux Algériens de se manifester ? Dernières Nouvelles d’Algérie (DNA) (30.01.2011)

- Protest Movements and Political Change in the Arab World. Marina Ottaway and Amr Hamzawy. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (28.01.2011)

- Première mondiale: le pouvoir bloque Internet. Le Temps (28.01.2011)

- Yemenis call for an end to Saleh regime. Financial Times (27.01.2011)

- El Baradei : Si les Tunisiens l'ont fait, les Egyptiens devraient y arriver. El Watan (27.01.2011)

- No son sátrapas. Jordi Vaquer, Director CIDOB. El País (25.01.2011)

- ¿Qué será de la revolución?. Jean-Marie Colombani. El País (24.01.2011)

- Immolation: Je brûle, donc je suis. El Watan (21.01.2011)

- Cinq leçons pour les Arabes. Al Hayat (journal de l’Arabie Saoudite, publié par Courrier International) (20.01.2011)

- No light at the end if the tunnel. Haaretz (19.01.2011)

- El siguiente en la línea sucesoria. Kristina Kausch. El País (18.01.2011)

- La rue, ultime acteur politique au Magreb. Le Quotidien d’Oran (18.01.2011)

- La révolution en Tunisie, source d’inspiration pour la Méditerranée. Le Monde. (18.01.2011)

- Le réveil du peuple arabe. Le Monde (17.01.2011)

- What Jasmine told the Middle East and the West. Today’s Zaman (17.01.2011)

- Signs of unrest spread across North Africa. Financial Times (17.01.2011)

- Le printemps inspirant de Tunis. Le Temps (17.01.2011)

- L'onde de choc tunisienne atteint les pays arabes. Le Monde (16.01.2011)

- La revolución tunecina amenaza los otros regímenes del Magreb y Egipto. El Houssine Majdoubi. El País (15.01.2011)

- Días de ira en el norte de África. Jordi Vaquer, Director CIDOB. El País (13.01.2011)

 

2. Cronologías de los levantamientos

 

- Middle East Live. The Guardian

- Procesos políticos en marcha. Casa Arabe. (2011)

- Arab spring: an interactive timeline of Middle East protests. The Guardian

- Protests shake Arab autocracies (Timeline). Financial Times (21.01.2011)

 

3. Mapas de los levantamientos árabes

 

- Middle East protests: Country by country. BBC News (08.03.2011)

- Mapa interactivo de las protestas. El País

- La soif de liberté fragilise les régimes autoritaires du monde arabo-musulman. Le Temps (24.02.2011)

- La carte des révoltes au Maghreb et au Moyen-Orient. Le Monde (22.02.2011)

- Arab youth: the tipping point. The Guardian (14.02.2011)

- Mapping the Middle East unrest. Financial Times (02.02.2011)

- Region in turmoil. Al Jazeera (22.02.2011)

- Mapping the Middle East unrest. Financial Times (02.02.2011)

- Mapa sobre las repercusiones de las revueltas tunecinas en la región. Rue 89 (18.01.2011)

 

4. Las revueltas en la red

 

- Twitter network of Arab and Middle East protests - interactive map. The Guardian.

- Révolutions arabes, le récit en croquis. Libération

- Interactive. Twitter Dashboard. Al Jazeera

- Syrie: chronique d'une impossible révolution Twitter. Rue 89 (19.03.2011)

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