A Leader Called the Arab Spring: Lessons for 21st-Century Leadership - On December 18, 2010 a protest erupted on the streets of Tunisia which quickly turned into a people’s movement. The movement – now known as the Arab Spring – began with the self-immolation of a vegetable vendor, Mohamed Bouazizi, and led to an uprising against many national regimes in West Asia. Within a year it had toppled three long-serving leaders and fundamentally weakened many others. It officially ended with Mahmoud Jibril’s victory as Libya’s first democratically elected leader.
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