Democratization in the Middle East: Experiences, Struggles, Challenges

By Amin Saikal; Albrecht Schnabel | Go to book overview

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Kamel S. Abu Jaber has recently served as president of the Higher Media Council, Jordan. Previously, he served as president of the Jordan Institute of Diplomacy (1997–2001), as a senator in the Jordanian upper house of parliament (1993–7), and as Minister of Foreign Affairs for Jordan (1991–3). He has furthermore held the posts of professor of political science (1971, 1979–80, 1985), dean of the Faculty of Economics and Commerce (1972–9), and director of the Strategic Studies Centre at the University of Jordan; and he was an associate professor of political science at Smith College, USA (1967–9) and a visiting professor at Emory University, the Carter Center, Atlanta, USA (1989). Dr. Abu Jaber holds a doctorate in political science (1965) from the University of Syracuse and has carried out post-doctoral research in oriental studies (1962–3) at Princeton University, USA. He is the author of numerous articles, chapters, and books, including The Arab Ba'ath Socialist Party (Syracuse University Press, 1966), Bedouin of Jordan: A People in Transition (co-author with F. Gharaideh, S. Khawasmeh, and A. Hill, Royal Scientific Society Press, 1978), and The Jordanians and the People of Jordan (Royal Scientific Society Press, 1980).

Tom Pierre Najem is chair of the Political Science Department at the University of Windsor, Canada. Dr. Najem teaches in the areas of international relations and comparative politics (developing world), with a regional specialization in theMiddleEastandNorthAfrica.He has a wide range of research interests, including: international political economy (especially trade between the European Union and southern Mediterranean countries); economic development; and political

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