Repressive Nature of Political Rregimes and Revolutions: Comparative Study
Although most Arabic regimes that collapsed in 2011 due to massive popular protests were considered authoritarian and non-free regimes in general and in total, but yet all non-free regimes in the Middle East and North Africa, some of which are even in terms of indicators of structural repression suffered from serious problems, did not experience revolution and even durability protests and conflicts. The question is: what is the nature of the non-free and repressive political regimes had impact on the revolution in Arabic countries in 2011? And Do all Arabic political regimes that suffered the problem of structural repression alike, faced with the phenomenon of revolution in 2011? This study by comparing six Arabic countries in the period 2005 to 2010 whit using comparative methods and with Mill difference techniques shows that contrary to popular perception, structural repression of the regime, has not been a necessary condition for revolution in Arabic countries and all structurally repressive regimes that does not experience the revolution. this result is contrary to the common claim that says the cause of the fall of authoritarian Arabic regimes were their authoritarian.
Jostarha - ye Siyasi - ye Mo'aser, Volume:8 Issue: 1, 2017
45 to 63  
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