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The conclusion attempts to systematically outline the method of articulation and its links to the key Gramscian concept of hegemony. It then discusses how this approach provides a deeper yet more nuanced understanding of the causes of the Egyptian revolution. More specifically, neoliberal reforms are to be seen as a necessary, but by no means sufficient, condition for the popular uprisings leading to the fall of Mubarak to occur.
To make a long story short, the fall of Mubarak could not have happened as it did without the economic reforms of the s and s, informed by neoliberalism and articulated with pre-existing forms of social relations.
This does not mean that the socio-economic transformations provoked by these reforms were in themselves both a necessary and a sufficient condition for the revolution to occur. However, even though counterfactuals are always a risky business, a constellation of social forces such as the one that emerged in the run-up to the revolution would have probably never existed without the devastating social consequences produced by neoliberal reforms. Without these it becomes very difficult to envisage the emergence of the embryonic alliance between middle classes and working classes, as it is hard to imagine the army disengaging from a regime they had a major part in to side at least temporarily with the protesting masses.
And whereas global crises of various sorts as well as examples coming from other Arab countries certainly played a role, they found an extremely fertile socio-economic ground to prosper, leading to the overthrow of an autocrat who had been in power for nearly 30 years. Print ISBN