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Nadine Abdalla
 
Nadine Abdalla is a Non-Resident Researcher at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP).

Writer's Publications

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The Arab Revolutions Seven Years On: The State of Social Movements in Egypt and Syria

Executive Summary

Social movements in Egypt and Syria played a central role in sparking the 2011 revolutions. Yet, despite their profound influence both before and during these critical moments of popular...

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Arab Revolutions and Political Participation: New Patterns, Divergent Trajectories, and Different Negotiation Abilities

Introduction

Recent Arab revolutions have created new opportunities for political and social participation, and for the negotiation of rights. The revolutions themselves became factors in political and social...

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Institutional Reform in the Arab World: Problems, Challenges, and Prospects

Executive Summary

As Arab revolutions emerged, they created different prospects and possible courses for institutional reform. In spite of direct challenges, these revolutions have...

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Social protest and subsidy removal in Egypt: future scenarios
Social protest and subsidy removal in Egypt: future scenarios

In July 2014, the Egyptian government announced reductions in the governmental subsidies on fuel as a first step in a framework to end the state subsidy system. The reform puts Egypt at a crossroads economically, politically and...