Democratization in the Middle East: Experiences, Struggles, Challenges

By Amin Saikal; Albrecht Schnabel | Go to book overview

Acknowledgements

The idea for this book has its origin in a multi-year, multi-case-study project (and subsequently multi-volume book series) of the United Nations University's Peace and Governance Programme on the Changing Nature of Democracy. The overall project has so far produced one thematic volume, as well as case-study volumes on Central and Eastern Europe, East and Southeast Asia, and Latin America. Each volume features its own thematic focus, although in the context of evolving democratization trends within and between the countries of their respective regions.

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 countries of the region. With this volume we hope to engage a broad audience – the general public, concerned citizens, policy and scholarly communities – in the academic and political analysis of democratization trends, challenges, and constraints in this culturally rich, yet conflictridden region of the world.

We are grateful to a number of individuals and institutions who have helped us carry this project to this stage. We acknowledge the financial and administrative assistance of the United Nations University (UNU) in Tokyo. Yoshie Sawada of the Peace and Governance Programme has provided invaluable assistance in administering the technical, organizational, and financial aspects of this project. We are indebted to the Jordan

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