Regional Organizations and Internal Conflict: The Arab League and the Arab Spring

This paper, written by Raslan Ibrahim, aims to explain the underlying and proximate causes of the policies of the Arab League towards Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Bahrain, seeking to identify the continuity and change in the Arab League policies since the eruption of the Arab Spring.

It provides for the reader a complete study from the perspective of the most relevant literature on international and regional organizations, full of insights into the complexities of the Arab uprisings and the subsequent political, security, and the humanitarian consequences faced by Arab League during the Arab Spring.