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Issue № 71. December 2018

The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Color Revolutions

Alexander O. Naumov

PhD, Associate Professor, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, the Russian Federation.
E-mail: Naumov@spa.msu.ru

The article explores the role of non-governmental organizations in preparation and implementation of color revolutions in Serbia, several countries of the former Soviet Union and during the Arab Spring. The author argues that NGO have become very important actors of Western soft power used during “Bulldozer revolution”, “Rose revolution”, “Orange revolution”, “Tulip revolution” and state coup in Tunisia, Egypt and Ukraine (so called Euromaidan). The author comes to a conclusion that the use of these tools played one of the key roles in triumph of Color revolutions in Serbia, Georgia, Ukraine (twice), Kyrgyzstan, Tunisia and Egypt.

Keywords

Color revolutions, “Bulldozer revolution”, “Rose revolution”, “Orange revolution”, “Tulip revolution”, Arab Spring, non-governmental organizations, soft power

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