Friday, February 16, 2024

The Arab Spring


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"There is always some spurious pretext for military or economic intervention to destabilize a target nation. The West's policy actually never takes into account the human beings in the countries that they are targeting, those human beings are irrelevant," argues American journalist Vanessa Beeley. How can it be possible to wreak havoc all over the world by waging wars and not be held accountable for it? A series of anti-government protests, uprisings and armed conflicts known as the Arab Spring shook the world in the early 2010s. In a new inquiry led by Anna Chapman, politicians and scholars revealed the role the American government played in the course of the conflict. They also seek to answer key questions regarding the causes and consequences of the Arab Spring.

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