4 edition of Democratisation in the Middle East found in the catalog.
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This volume in the series, written by a group of scholars and scholar/ practitioners, reports on democratization in the Middle East. The volume examines the role of a number of key issues in determining success and failure in introducing and solidifying democratization processes in the . Democratisation against Democracy How EU Foreign Policy Fails the Middle East Authors: Teti, A., Abbott, P., Talbot, V., Maggiolini, P. Provides crucial insights into how the EU is perceived to be contributing towards citizens’ fears and goals.
Citizenship and Democratization in Southeast Asia redirects the largely western-oriented study of citizenship to postcolonial states. Providing various fascinating first-hand accounts of how citizens interpret and realize the recognition of their property, identity, security and welfare in the context of a weak rule of law and clientelistic politics, this study highlights the importance of. The reasons for the lack of democratization in the Middle East are outlined by analysts such as Albrecht Schnabel, who says that a strong civil society is required to produce leaders and mobilize the public around democratic duties, but in order for such a civil society to flourish, a democratic environment and process allowing freedom of expression and order is required in the first place.
The unrest in the Middle East has created vacuums where authoritarian and democratic powers are in conflict. Education in all countries is at the heart of the challenges to leadership. In most Middle Eastern countries, graduates from middle school upward have been guaranteed employment in the government. Failure to meet this promise has left thousands of youth who are educated but : Judith Cochran. 'Oil States in the New Middle East: Uprisings and Stability is a good primer about the new conditions that are shaping the Gulf countries in the aftermath of the Arab springs. The book offers convincing critical analysis to students and scholars of Middle Eastern Studies, Oil and Politics, and International Politics.' Arab Studies Quarterly.
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Democratisation in the Middle East: Dilemmas and Perspectives Paperback – Decem by Birgitte Rahbaek (Author)Cited by: 2.
Democratization in the Middle East addresses a number of key issues determining the success or failure of sustainable democratization in the region. With the exception of Israel, the constituent states cannot yet guarantee a path toward sustainable democracy.5/5(1).
Edited by Amin Saikal and Albrecht Schnabel Febru Democratization in the Middle East addresses a number of key issues determining the success or failure of sustainable democratization. Democratization in the Middle East Paperback – April 8, by Victor Ho (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Victor Ho.
Democratization in the Middle East Experiences, Struggles, Challenges. the Middle East. Drawing on conceptual and country analysis it examines various important issues such as, patterns of democratization, the relationship between civil society and the state, internal and external factors of democratization, the relationship between Islam.
Synopsis Democratization in the Middle East addresses a number of key issues determining the success or failure of sustainable democratization in the region. Without a strong educated citizenry, the democratic future of any country is in jeopardy.
Beginning with a history of religious education through to contemporary institutions enables readers to understand existing conditions throughout the Middle by: 6.
Elections and Democratization in the Middle East: The Tenacious Search for Freedom, Justice, and Dignity (Elections, Voting, Technology) th Edition by M. Hamad (Editor), K. al-Anani (Editor)Price: $ The book Democratisation in the Middle East, Dilemmas and Perspectives comprises a collection of papers which were originally presented at a Plum Foundation sponsored conference held in Copenhagen in February The volume is edited by Birgitte Rahbek, Middle East scholar, author and member of the executive committee of the Plum Foundation.
Democratic sentiments may have existed in the Middle East before the introduction of new media. But even if this is the case, new media has had a multiplier effect.
Any popular support for democracy can spread through the channels of new media, garnering further support and increased attention. democratization. Middle Eastern scholars, on the other hand, tend to lack the theoretical tools on what it would take for this area to democratize.
The purpose of this study is to elucidate the factors behind the level of (non-)democratization in the MENA-region. I will argue that democratization in the Middle East. DEMOCRATISATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST of a democratic secular Middle East, but their writings also show that although there is no easy way to achieve this goal, there are likewise no easy excuses for not making the attempt.
The book could be seen as complementary to the latest Arab Human. Middle East and North Africa: Governance, Democratization, Human Rights (Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies) 1st Edition by Paul J. Magnarella (Editor)Format: Paperback.
Top scholars of the Middle East set out the history and future of elections in eight Middle East countries. Examining issues associated with elections, the transition of governance, and the ways in which technology shapes popular participation in politics and elections, they discuss the future of governance and democratic transition in the region.
This series examines new ways of understanding democratization and government in the Middle East. The varied and uneven processes of change, occurring in the Middle Eastern region, can no longer be read and interpreted solely through the prism of Euro-American transitology. Shadi Hamid, part of World Bank’s MENA Advisory Panel, writes with a sense of buoyancy about Middle Eastern prospects that America’s firm support of oppressive regimes, and its “unwillingness to back pro-democracy movements”, explains why Middle Eastern regimes had been unreceptive to democratic changes until Januarywhen a pro-democracy rebellion, later termed the Arab Reviews: 2.
Democratisation in the Middle East: dilemmas and perspectives. [Birgitte Rahbek;] -- The main aim of the book is to provide a forum for opinions held by Arabs who are neither Western puppets nor fanatical nationalists or Islamists, but rather academics with a vast knowledge of the.
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1 Military Responses to the Arab Uprisings and the Future of Civil-Military Relations in the Middle East: Analysis from Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Syria.
Exploring the political economy of development and democracy in the Middle East, this book provides new insight into the effects of external initiatives for the support of good governance in Arab states, the impact of transnational Islamist networks on democratization in the Middle East, and the role of new satellite broadcasting in the Arab world.
Book Description. This collection contains articles by highly regarded scholars assessing governance, democratisation and human rights in the contemporary Middle East and North Africa. It also assesses the role that Islam plays in these areas.
Conflict, Democratization, and the Kurds in the Middle East Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria commentators on the Middle East stress the importance of resolving the Arab-Israeli dispute for achieving 'peace in the Middle East,' this book asks whether or not the often overlooked Kurdish issue may constitute a more important fulcrum for change in.
Read "Elections and Democratization in the Middle East The Tenacious Search for Freedom, Justice, and Dignity" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Top scholars of the Middle East set out the history and future of elections in eight Middle East countries.
Examining is Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.However, while it was more successful with Central and East European countries, democratization has had limited results in countries further east and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).Author: Assem Dandashly.