The Arab Political Systems: Issues of Permanence and Change

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AuthorAli El-Din Hilal and Nevine MossaadDate28/2/2023No. of Pages219الطبعةNinethISBN9786144980217


Weight0,33 kg
Dimensions24 × 17 cm

The Center for Arab Unity Studies published the nineth edition of the book The Arab Political Systems: Issues of Permanence and Change by Ali El-Din Hilal and Nevine Mossaad.

The book attempts to identify key aspects of Arab political apparatuses, taken on the one hand as a group of systems administered in countries of the developing world, and on the other as a group distinct in its own right from the rest of the world. The study mainly deals with issues of democratic emancipation, economic development, national integration and political autonomy, questions which involve common aspects to countries that are concurrently undergoing the same stage in their political trajectories known as the transitional stage. Likewise, the research reveals that the shared attributes of Arab political apparatuses provided them with a common basis to be distinguished from the rest of the world, given the historical, political, cultural, regional, and international factors that shaped the region.

As far as the extent to which the characteristics of Arab political systems express a blending of the public sphere with the private one, they happen to reflect a combination of elements of continuity with those of change. In other words, albeit Arab regimes underwent tremendous changes from the moment they accessed to independence, they still hold on to several of aspects of continuity that are mainly reflected in questions on the need for a political caliphate, questions on identity, questions on the nature of Islamic movements, as well as other issues that Arab regimes are bringing along at the start of this third millennium; a puzzling state of affairs which sheds light on their potential for development within the limits of the foreseeable future.

مركز دراسات الوحدة العربية

مركز دراسات الوحدة العربية

The urgency for the establishment for an Arab Unity as a means of reaching independence, solutions to political and economic turmoil, and the establishment a network of cooperation and mutual assistant-ship among countries of the region.

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