Arab spring News : June 1, 2012


Report: Arab Spring increases migration to EU
BRUSSELS (AP) – A new report says applications for asylum in the European Union increased 16.2% in 2011 over the previous year, in part because of turmoil surrounding the Arab Spring uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East. By Mohammed Al-Shaikh,

Arab Spring: How are Palestinians getting along in changed Middle East?
Alaska Dispatch
No one encountered on a two-day stroll through both cities seemed to anticipate the arrival of a revolt in the manner of the Arab Spring in Palestine or in Israel. The ongoing political paralysis stems from disagreements between the two principal
Post-Arab Spring Travel & Tourism In The Middle East: A Country By Country Look
International Business Times
By Mark Johanson: Subscribe to Mark’s RSS feed It’s been 18 months since the Arab Spring swept through the Middle East and while some nations have emerged with a renewed spirit, others have plunged into daily violence. The wave of protests that

International Business Times
Unemployment Still Crippling Youth in Arab Spring Countries
A study conducted by the International Labor Organization in Geneva has concluded that the Arab Spring revolutions were not of much benefit to the Arab youth across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in terms of employment.

Anti-Blasphemy Laws in the Arab Spring
Huffington Post (blog)
One year ago, hopes were high for these countries to usher in a new age of freedom, but the Arab spring is being viewed increasingly as an eruption of serious local, regional and global dimensions that will take a long time before its true character
Dak’Art meets the Arab Spring
The Africa Report
By Caroline Rossiter Africa’s premier art biennale brought together artists inspired by the upsurge in people power sparked by the Arab Spring and other citizen-led protests. In Lost Springs, an installation by Moroccan artist Mounir Fatmi,
Expert Analysis of North Korea, the Arab Spring, and More: Carnegie Council
MarketWatch (press release)
NEW YORK, June 1, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs has a stellar line-up of speakers for June. Events take place in Manhattan, New York. Most are open to the public and all are available online as
The Rest of the World: The Arab Spring and the Beginning of Liberalism
Tunisia’s victory spurred the most encouraging political upheaval of the 21 st century: a massive restructuring of oppressive regimes in the Middle East and North Africa known as the Arab Spring. Egypt rid itself of Hosni Mubarak, tensions in Libya


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