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Human Rights in Post-Revolution Constitutions: Perspectives for the Future of Syria – Part Three/Three

A constitution is a pivotal factor in the long-term success or failure of the democratic transition that a country has after passing through an uprising or civil war. Both cases were seen during the “Arab Spring” where some countries descended into an armed conflict like Syria while others reverted back to even more authoritarian regimes […]

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Human Rights in Post-Revolution Tunisian and Egyptian Constitutions: Perspectives for a Future Syrian Constitution – Part Two/Three: Egypt

A constitution is a pivotal factor in the long-term success or failure of the democratic transition that a country has after passing through an uprising or civil war. Both cases were seen during the “Arab Spring” where some countries descended into an armed conflict like Syria while others reverted back to even more authoritarian regimes […]

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Human Rights in Post-Revolution Tunisian and Egyptian Constitutions: Perspectives for a Future Syrian Constitution – Part One/Three: Tunisia

A constitution is a pivotal factor in the long-term success or failure of the democratic transition that a country has after passing through an uprising or civil war. Both cases were seen during the “Arab Spring” where some countries descended into an armed conflict like Syria while others reverted back to even more authoritarian regimes […]

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Human Capital Flight from and to Iran: A Study of Waves and Trends

Abstract: The Islamic Republic of Iran continues to capture the world’s attention. With a stickler President Hassan Rouhani as well as the international community’s evident focus on its nuclear weapons program, coupled with the country’s interference and role in the ongoing crises across the Middle East, the attention Iran continues to grab has kept it […]

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