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My thesis attempts to interrogate the political decay theory through empirical analysis and, in the process, assess the theory's validity and subsequent applicability in understanding instances of political disorder and instability. This is achieved through the Arab Spring case study to see if this event of political disorder and instability, and potentially other such events, can be understood through the political decay theory.
I graduated in 2013 with a First Class Honours degree in International Relations with the University of Westminster. My final year dissertation focused on economic diplomacy in bilateral international relations.