a. Definition of a revolution
The word revolution pertains to radical, transformative change. As a historical process, it refers to a movement, usually a violent one, to overthrow an old ruler or regime and impact a total change in the basic structures of society. Most revolutions are motivated by the people and group’s drive to bring about much needed change.
The political revolution aptly termed as “Arab Spring” is a political phenomenon in the Middle East. Originally, the term came from Marc Lynch, an American, political journalist from Foreign Policy who haphazardly used this term in Continue reading...