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Precious few are the countries that have not, at one time or other, been ruled by fiercely tribal autocrats with weak administrative skills and size-12 egos jammed uncomfortably into size-4 souls.
The historical evidence is that assassinations do matter when targeting autocrats, but they primarily bring risk.
Asian autocrats tended to be modernizers, like Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew, and you see the results today: Singaporeans waiting in line for 10 hours to pay last respects to a man who vaulted them from nothing into the global middle class.
The UN, which is supposed to be a platform where safeguards to fundamental rights should be protected and cherished, rather than those who systematically violate them, is losing credibility by conferring legitimacy to autocrats as the likes of Al-Sisi.
Marzouki, who had sought refuge in France during theBen Aliera, painted a potential Essebsi presidency as a reverse for the "Jasmine Revolution" that forced the former autocrat to flee into exile.
Marzouki, who had sought refuge in France during the Ben Ali era, painted a potential Essebsi presidency as a reverse for the "Jasmine Revolution" that forced the former autocrat to flee into exile.
Adapted from a study conducted by Milan Svolik, the authors' research examines whether revolts that overthrow dictators are short-term exceptions to conventional wisdom that autocrats are most susceptible to coups.
100 percent of the share capital of Autocrat, LLC, for an undisclosed term.
Is their any central authority left in the country after the assassinated Libyan long-time autocrat Moammar Gaddafi's ouster in 2011?
KAHyRE (CyHAN)- At least four were reported to have been killed during the clashes with the security forces in Cairo and on the third anniversary of the uprising that toppled down autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt is looking to lure Gulf investment into the economy that has been damaged by almost three years of conflicts since the 2011 ouster of longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt, the most populous Arab state, has been craving foreign investment since a popular uprising toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak in 2011.