Abstract for: Modeling Arabian Upraise, a System Dynamics Approach: Egypt case study

Revolutionary movements have always served as focal points for social and political scientists' scrutiny. Controversially, despite all efforts the field still seems impotent in predicting the impending collapse of regimes rather upraise of the corps. This paper argues that, the problem has ensued from flawed perception of the systematic, endogenous and dynamic nature of social interactions;and Using a “system dynamics model,” tends to both elucidate the internal interactions of the phenomena, and evoke the time series behavior of the key factors shaping the outcome. With the structured model in hand, we then proceed to analyze the policies executed and see how they failed their purpose in taking stranglehold over the insurgent movements.