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Review: The People Want To Overthrow The System

This book delves into the revolutionary and counter-revolutionary processes that unfolded in Tunisia between 2010 and 2013. Gérôme, a leading ISA member who was on the ground during much of these events, explains and analyses the various factors that led up to the revolution, its character and what lessons to draw from it. Gerome’s first hand experience adds much to the book, although he steers clear of a personal anecdotal recount.

A new kind of revolution?

In recent years, we have seen the emergence of several new movements which have engaged large number of people in political action. Many of these originated online but have – to one degree or another – spilled onto the streets. They demonstrate that people do want to change the world […]