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PARTY SYSTEMS AND REGIME FORMATION IN THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST
MICHELE PENNER ANGRIST
Written in English
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Party Building in the Modern Middle East. In this Book. Additional Information. was the only Middle Eastern country to evolve lasting competitive political institutions, writing across the regional divides that have isolated Turkish, Arab, and Persian studies from each other.
The Impact of Party Systems on Regime Formation; pp. Cited by: Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 6, no. 1 (). Angrist, Michele Penner. “ Party Systems and Regime Formation in the Modern Middle East: Explaining Turkish Exceptionalism,” Comparative Polit no.
2 (January ): –Cited by: 1. The stabilization of party systems in new democracies is commonly assumed to be a lengthy process. Applying Peter Mair's government-formation-based model of party system development to the three young East Central European democracies of Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic, the article shows that party systems can stabilize much more quickly than Cited by: Authoritarianism in the Middle East addresses this question, focusing on the role of political institutions and the strategic choices made by both rulers and opposition challengers.
The authors eschew cultural explanations, highlighting instead the importance of robust coercive apparatuses in the region and the context of incumbent-opposition. Angrist's essay on party systems and regime formation is similarly obvious - that the nature of the political party system at the time of independence was critical for success - and although she holds up Turkey as a successful example of a pluralist democracy, she underestimated exogenous factors and breezes over the role of the military 4/5(1).
Political instability in Africa Where the problem lies and alternative perspectives characteristic of multi-party era elections in African. Although many events and occurrences governance in many cultures had characteristics that can be found in modern systems of governance.2 But in the context of adoption of the modern western state File Size: KB.
This relationship is now a critical issue affecting democratization and regime consolidation processes in former Soviet Central Asia, and this book provides an account of the interactive and dynamic relationship between informal and formal politics through the case of party-system formation in by: The Best Middle Eastern History & Politics Books is a reading list for those with a serious interest in understanding the modern Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
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Angrist, M.P. () “Party Systems and Regime Formation in the Modern Middle East: Explaining Turkish Exceptionalism,” Comparative Politics, 36 (2), pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar Beblawi, H.
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