Based on a roundtable discussion, this is a review of democracy in the Arab World Region during the nineties looking at the main challenges in Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Yemen. It analyses issues such as the role of religion in politics, the participation of women, globalization, elections, democratic institutions and the freedom of association.
Overview of the Situation in the Arab World
Common Democratic Themes in the Arab World
Religion and Politics
Elections and Electoral Systems
Enhancing Women’s Political Participation
Economic and Political Development
Freedom of Association
Protection of Activists
Democracy and the Peace Process
The Democratic Condition in the Arab World
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