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Sonia L. Alianak is Associate Professor at the University of Texas -- Pan American.
Alianak is author of the 2007 book Middle Eastern Leaders and Islam: A Precarious Equilibrium, several articles and national presentations on Middle Eastern Politics. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin (PhD), the American University of Beirut (MA), and the American University in Cairo (BA). She grew up in Egypt and is of Armenian origin.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Transition Towards Revolution
2. The transition towards the Jasmine Revolution of Tunisia
3. The transition towards the Egyptian Revolution and Counter-revolution
Part II: The Transition Towards Reform
4. Reforming the Moroccan monarchy
5. Reforming the Jordanian monarchy