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AuthorSadiki, Larbi
AuthorBouandel, Youcef
Available date2021-06-03T10:07:41Z
Publication Date2016
Publication NameDigest of Middle East Studies
ResourceScopus
ISSN10604367
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/dome.12079
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/18553
AbstractThe Arab Spring, which was launched in Tunisia, took the Arab Middle East by storm. Its results, to varying degrees, have been felt in every country in the region. In the Maghreb, three scenarios have been unfolding. Tunisia has seen the greatest changes with the country maneuvering its transition to democracy. Algeria - whose aims have not necessarily been a genuine transition to democracy, but to keep the status quo - has continued its process of reforms that started almost three decades ago. In Morocco, the leadership has used the Arab Spring to initiate a series of incremental reforms to further open up the political space, in a more controlled fashion. 2016 Policy Studies Organization.
Languageen
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
SubjectWestern Sahara
SubjectArab Spring
SubjectUprising
TitleThe post Arab spring reform: The maghreb at a cross roads
TypeArticle
Pagination109-131
Issue Number1
Volume Number25


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