The chain of protests in the Arab World has changed the socio-political scenario in this region from Tunisia to Syria. Egypt has always been an important factor in West Asian politics, starting from the Nasser era. When the chain of uprisingscaused Egypt to topple the regime led by Hosni Mubarak, it raised many pertinent issues about the nature of the movement with special reference to the role of media.
This book seeks to study the nature of this movement in Egypt, and, in the process, also throws light on how the media and the idea of freedom have shaped this understanding.
Suhita Saha was a researcher in MaulanaAbulKalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS), Kolkata. Her research interest lies in the field of West Asia, Security Studies, and International Relations.
History and Evolution of the Movement in Egypt
Examining the Nature of Social Movement in the Context of Egypt
Role of Social Media in the Uprising of Egypt