Contemporary North Africa: Issues of Development and Integration

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Halim Barakat
Routledge, 22 déc. 2015 - 282 pages

This book by a group of international scholars, both Arab and Western, was first published in 1985, and considers the state of contemporary North Africa and its position both in the Arab world and within wider international affairs. It examines the cultural and historical contexts which have shaped political and social conditions within the region. It also considers the nature of intra-regional conflict which has long been a feature of the North African political scene. The sociological impact of economic development within the region is treated at length, as are the changing positions of both the traditional elites and new groups such as women workers.

 

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Acknowledgements
The Decolonization of Arab Sociology Abdelkebir Khatibi
The Cultural Dialectic J William Zartman
A Content Analysis Study of the Tunisian Journal
Facts and Perspectives Mohamed Abed
Historical Influences on Intraregional Relations in the Maghrib John Ruedy
Cooperation or Conflict?
The Western Sahara Dispute as a Source of Regional Conflict in North Africa
States and Regimes in the Maghrib Elbaki Hermessi
An Overview Mahfoud Bennoune
Religious and Scientific Concepts as Political Manipulation
Utopic Change
The Plurality of the One Mohammed Bennis
Index

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