Political uprisings in the Middle East, especially in Muslim nation states have placed Arabian politics back on the focus point of international politics. Political events in certain Arab countries had an excessive impact on the political development of other neighboring states. Resistances and anxieties within different Arab countries triggered unpredictable actions, sometimes sorely to observe and believe. The authoritarian governments of Arabian countries led from various dictators have created a precarious situation for their people, especially in providing national security and maintaining peace in the region. Jack Goldstone argues that the degree of a sultan’s weakness has been often only visible in retrospect; due in part to the
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Critical socioeconomic competition, social media and geographic changes are decisive effects of globalization. Consequently, recent events of unrests in Arab countries, e.g. Egypt, Bahrein, Libya, Tunisia, Iran, Syria and Yemen appeared to be the willpower of people for sovereignty and the exclusion of authoritarian governments led by radical and harsh dictators.
Globalization, indeed had a countless impact on recent political developments, in the so-called Arab Spring. Primarily, several historical periods endorsed the concept of globalization to affect the consequences of these popular revolts in Arabian countries. Throughout these revolts, the world has observed numerous states using their impact to adjust the political atmosphere in the Arab Spring. United States under the leadership of George W. Bush exerted its influence in Egypt to persuade Hosni Mubarak to resign, in order to have a say in the outcome commotion. The exclusion of former Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak is an illustration of the United States intervention with the objective to maintain ally in the Middle East, in order to achieve political stability. The protests of people against the dictatorship of H. Mubarak were not fueled by ideology, but were driven by