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Volume :36 Issue : 1 2008      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Political Reform in the Arab Society Internal Needs Vs. External Pressures

Auther : Tarik A. Almansoub

For different reasons, many Arabic political systems knew political transitions in the last quarter of the twentieth century; some of them opened up to the opposing parties and acknowledged a refreshing democratic practice. Others adapted a weak, but recognizable political reform aspects toward democracy. These movements towards political reform changed from one country to another and took many forms. These political transitions caused intense debate among political scientists and concerned persons regarding the real motives that moved political reform in the Arabic societies.

As a result, this study aims to analyze the different attitudes that argued the political reform in the Arabic Society. It attempts to show the challenges of the internal needs and the external pressures that Arab political systems are facing in their way to the reform, and their influences on the security and democracy in these societies. Therefore, we can argue that the political reform will and must flow from the Arab societies themselves.

Keywords: Political systems, Globalization, Political reform, Arab society, Democracy, Security

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