The Middle East Crisis Factory: Why the struggle for democracy will eventually be won

Ten years after the Arab Spring and the subsequent cruelties brought upon the people of the Middle East, Iyad El-Baghdadi and Ahmed Gatnash argue that the region is a third of the way through its transition to democracy

20th June, 2021
The Middle East Crisis Factory:  Why the struggle for democracy will eventually be won
Iraqis celebrate the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime by toppling a statue of him in 2009. Hussein’s dictatorship was used to justify the US-led invasion of Iraq. Picture: Getty


The Middle East Crisis Factory: Tyranny, Resilience and Resistance

By Iyad El-Baghdadi and Ahmed Gatnash

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