Gene Sharp is Senior Scholar at the Albert Einstein Institution, which he founded in 1983, and the author of numerous books on strategic nonviolent conflict and its potential for acute conflicts, including The Politics of Nonviolent Action, From Dictatorship to Democracy, Waging Nonviolent Struggle, and most recently Sharp's Dictionary of Power and Struggle.
Members of the Free Syrian Army at a safehouse on northern Lebanon's border with Syria. Mass uprisings against oppressive governments put the regime’s soldiers in a precarious situation.More
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