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The Arab Spring
Transcript of The Arab Spring
The conflict is Arab Spring the revolutionary demonstrations of protests , riots, in the arab world.
The countries that were affected and there leaders were Egypt- Hosni Mubarak, Syria- Bashar Al-assad , Libya- , Yemen- Saleh Sanhani, Bahrain- King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and Tunisia- Zine el-Abedin Ben Ali.
The Arab Spring started because of political because of the impact on democracy and political freedom ,economic by the amount of unemployment, poverty and food pricing, or social regions this is because of the connection of the outside world their only connection the outside world was a social network called Facebook.
The conflict is to be fixed by Building up better government ministries, court, and police.Then improving the economy to be less dependent on other countries for foreign aid. Have fewer military raids, mobility, and no more expansion of settlements. this is the best path to get started on.
The history of my conflict begins with citizens in Maghreb and Mashreq countries just wanted their voices to be heard. This began with Tunisia the lack of jobs, rural poverty, and capitalism of people being close to power. This lead to protests and people speaking out and fighting for what they wanted. This occured in the countries involved and lead on.
The United States involvement- The United states are trying to help the arab spring. The U.s. is the most external power in the region bu the dictate outcomes are limited. For the Obama administration and arab spring, Obama came to the office determined to change things around. Obama has been attempting to improve things.
The Arab Spring in the Arab-majority states of North Africa and South west africa. The demonstrations and protest efforts have all been part of the government in their respective countries.. In some countries, protests have become large or widespread enough to effect change at the national level.
In early 2011 when democracy protested in the streets of Tunis and Cairo and later other protests in the Arab world, from Morocco in the west to Bahrain in the east. from Syria in the north, to Yemen in the south. Above all, the struggle has become very violent. In Syria, almost each day as the nation is torn apart, and thousands die. The world waits to see the outcome of this and hopefully will not spread more.Though the u.s. is attempting to help.