Breaking Point

Table of Contents

  • Editors' Foreword - JIA Editorial Board
  • Social Movements and Governments in the Digital Age: Evaluating a Complex Landscape - Zeynep Tufekci
  • Drones for Good: Technological Innovations, Social Movements, and the State - Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick
  • Digital Infrastructure Politics and Internet Freedom Stakeholders After the Arab Spring - Muzammil M. Hussain
  • Democratization and Women's Political Leadership in North Africa - Valentine M. Moghadam
  • Participatory Democracy's Moment - Francesca Polletta
  • A Requiem for the Arab Development Model - Adeel Malik
  • The Energy-Insurgency Revolution Nexus: An Introduction to Issues and Policy Options - Paul Sullivan
  • A Changing Media Landscape in Turkey: The 140journos Project - Burcu Baykurt
  • Hong Kong Demands Democracy - Michael Davis
  • The Possibility of Global Data Sets - Kalev Leetaru
  • Prospects for Peace: Negotiations with FARC - Alexandra Nariño
  • Reporting Behind Bars - Mohammed Al Oraibi
  • Voices of Protest - Alfredo Graffe, Efe Koç, and Mila Moroz
  • Turkey Rising: Increasing Confidence in Times of Conflict - Andrew Burns
  • On The Prospects of World Order - Bryan Griffin
  • The Far-Reaching Impacts of the Arab Spring - Yohann Ripert
  • The Russian State Strikes Back: The Relevance of the State to Civil Society in Russia - Irina V. Soboleva
  • Living Through Revolution: A View from an Apartment in Ukraine - Lydia Tomkiw
  • Civil Society as Domestication: Egyptian and Tunisian Uprisings Beyond Liberal Transitology - Niklas Plaetzer
  • The Struggle for Bahrain - Ahmed Humaidan, Hussain Hubail, and Sayed Ahmed al-Mousawi
  • A Photo Essay of Demonstrations and Civil Conflict