Volume 25, Issue 1 (2020)
Defending Human Rights Amid the New Wave of Arab Uprisings

Table of Contents


Is the Sudanese Revolt a Revolution?
Koert Debeuf

Using a Human Rights Discourse in Rallying for the Freedom of Hirak’s Political Prisoners in Morocco
Soraya El Kahlaoui, Fayrouz Yousfi

Rights and Liberties in the New Arab Constitutions: The Case of Morocco and Tunisia
Taoufik Abdessadek


Views: The Demographic Dimension of Population Growth’s Role in the Arab Uprisings
Khaled Diab

Views: Challenges to the Democratic Transition in Tunisia
Massaoud Romdhani

Views: The Role of New Independent Media in the Arab Region, its Nature and the Challenges it Faces
Diana Moukalled

Views: Challenges to the Democratic Transition in Sudan
Al-Baqir Al-Afif

Views: A Renewed Call for Indigenous-Led Conflict Resolution in the Arab States
Noha Aboueldahab

Book Reviews

Book Review: For the Love of Humanity by Ayça Çubukçu
Cedric D’Hondt

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Maher Hamoud

Lecturer and researcher of Political Economy of Development at the University of Leuven (KUL). His current research focuses on development politics, value chains, industrialisation, and international trade with and within the Global South.

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