Observations About The Arab Spring
The Arab Spring is a revolutionary movement that began in December of 2010 and is still continuing to send waves through the Arab world. The mass protests, demonstrations and uprisings that occurred forced out many politicians from positions of power as violence was largely aimed at the governments of the affected countries. The symptoms of the chaos will be felt for an age by a now heavily unsettled population, and it is a lesson that history will fail to forget.
Patrizia Stellato has created an in depth and incredibly insightful observation of the events that led up to, and resulted from, the Arab Spring. By analysing these events and explaining several different responses to them, Patrizia has provided an interpretation of the revolution on the whole, as well as individual incidents. Her impartial and heavily researched publication intends to explore the Arab Spring as a politically chaotic event, whilst also seeking some form of justification for why preventative measures were so drastically unsuccessful.
Patrizia Stellato is an employee of professional translation agency, Quick Lingo, where amongst other tasks she is a competent proofreader of all Arabic language projects.