Democratization in the Middle East: Experiences, Struggles, Challenges

By Amin Saikal; Albrecht Schnabel | Go to book overview

Index
Abdullah I, (King of Jordan) 137, 138
Abdullah II, (King of Jordan) 49, 137, 138
Afghani, Seyyed Jamal el-Din 88–89
Afghanistan 48, 51, 98
Ahmad, Muhammad 83
Al-Gezira TV network, Qatar 46
Algeria 98–99, 191–193 civil society 192–193 civil war 98, 192 elections 49, 98–99, 191, 192 Islamic in'uence 108, 116–117 on attitudes towards democracy 103– 104, 111–112, 116–117 military rule 192 resistance to democratization 17, 18, 48, 192
Ali, Muhammad 86
Amital, Rabbi Yehuda 155, 156
Amnesty International 183
anti-imperialism 91
ArabIsraeli relations 42, 44, 71, 128–129, 137–138 impact on democratization 128–129 opposition to peace process 50 see also Israel; Palestine
Arafat, Yasser 47, 52, 54, 66–67, 69
Assad, Bashar 134
Assad, Hafez 133–134
Ataturk, Kemal 90, 91, 92, 95
authoritarianism 17–19, 105 concealed 166 in North Africa 184, 197–198 maintenance of 129 see also transition to democracy
autocratization 55
Bahrain 49
balloon theory 52, 57
Barak, Ehud 53, 54, 156, 159–160
Barak, Judge Aharon 148–149
Bashir, Omar 98
Ba'th Party, Iraq 178
Ba'th Party, Syria 14, 133–134
Begin, Menachem 69, 151
Beilin, Yossi 54
Beirut 88
Ben Ali, Zine el Abidine 194
Beshir, General Omar 47
Bin Laden 51
Boroujerdi, Ayatollah 97
Boumedienne, Houari 191
Bourgiba, Habib 193–194
Boute'ika, Abdelaziz 99, 192
British colonial power 89, 90, 94, 177–178
Bunche, Ralph 67
Bush, George 73

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