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LA "PRIMAVERA ÁRABE": ¿UNA PRIMAVERA DEMOGRÁFICA? Cambios trascendentales en los principales países árabes

RICKARD SANDELL
Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político
No. 33 (Enero/Marzo 2012), pp. 61-76
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23065508
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LA "PRIMAVERA ÁRABE": ¿UNA PRIMAVERA DEMOGRÁFICA? Cambios trascendentales en los principales países árabes
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Abstract

Rickard Sandell argumenta en su artículo cómo la cambiante situación demográfica del norte de África y de muchos países árabes es un condicionante de sus problemas económicos y ha podido ser uno de los factores coadyuvantes de las pasadas revueltas de la primavera árabe, junto con las reivindicaciones de mejoras sociales y políticas. El autor vaticina que las numerosas generaciones de entre 20 y 30 años con que cuentan muchos de estos países tensionarán aún más sus mercados laborales y aumentarán la probabilidad de nuevas tensiones y disputas. In his article, Rickard Sandell claims how the changeable demographic situation of the north of Africa and many Arab countries is a determining factor of their economic problems and could have been one contributing aspect of the recent Arab Spring revolts, along with the claims for social and political improvements. The author predicts that the numerous generations aged between 20 and 30 now present in many of these countries will strain their work markets even more and increase the probability of new clashes and tensions.

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