Egypt’s revolution has cleared out the 30-year regime of Hosni Mubarak but left a host of issues to be resolved. GIS expert, Bernard Siman, asks in this briefing whether the November elections will solve anything.

THE myth that the Arab Spring will produce a single, uniform outcome is in danger of turning into conventional wisdom.

The presumption that the shape and content of societal and political change, the course of economic development and the resultant geopolitical change will be of the ‘one size fits all’ variety is misleading and dangerous.

Comparisons with Eastern and Central European revolutions miss the po...

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 Bernard Siman
Comparisons with Eastern and Central European revolutions miss the point that the key to determining the outcome of the Middle Eastern movements is the nature of their social, rather than institutional, structure and their degree of cohesion
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