- Title Pages
- 1 The Protesting Middle East
- 2 Concentrated Power Breeds Corruption, Repression, and Resistance
- 3 The Political Economy of Mubarak's Fall
- 4 Dynamics of a Stagnant Religious Discourse and the Rise of New Secular Movements in Egypt
- 5 The Power of Workers in Egypt's 2011 Uprising
- 6 Youth Movements and the 25 January Revolution
- 7 Islamism in and after Egypt's Revolution
- 8 Women Are Also Part of This Revolution
- 9 Back on Horse? The Military between Two Revolutions
- 10 Egypt's Civic Revolution Turns ‘Democracy Promotion’ on Its Head
- 11 Democratization and Constitutional Reform in Egypt and Indonesia: Evaluating the Role of the Military
- 12 Authoritarian Transformation or Transition from Authoritarianism? Insights on Regime Change in Egypt
- 13 Egypt and Beyond: The Arab Spring, the New Pan-Arabism, and the Challenges of Transition
- Appendix 1
- Appendix 2
- Arab Spring in Egypt
- American University in Cairo Press
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