Political regimes in the Arab world society and the exercise of power /
|Other Authors / Creators:||Izquierdo, Ferran.|
|Imprint:||New York : Routledge, 2012.|
|Series:||Routledge studies in Middle Eastern politics ;
|Online Access:||Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: sociology of power in today's Arab world
- Algeria: post-colonial power structure and reproduction of elites without renewal
- Algeria: whither Algeria? two normalizations, three unresolved crises and two crucial unknowns
- Morocco: the reinvention of an authoritarian system
- Morocco: regime and fuses
- Logics of power and the process of transition in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania
- Mauritania's challenges
- Contemporary Egypt: between reform and continuity
- Egypt: from yesterday to the present
- Saudi Arabia: family, religion, army and oil
- The futures of Saudi Arabia
- The Syrian ruling elite and the failure of the repressive trend
- What does the future hold?
- Elites, power and political change in post-war Lebanon
- Lebanon: temporary or lasting peace?
- Jordan: the survival of the monarchy
- Jordan: a delicate domestic and regional equilibrium.