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Launched in 1992, the Civil Society in the Middle East program brought together dozens of leading scholars to analyze political life through an exploration of civil society within the states of the region. A wealth of new material on non government organizations (NGOs), unions, political parties and professional syndicates is offered.
The two volumes contain original studies of Algeria, Gaza, Iran, Israel, Turkey, the Sudan, Yemen and the Arab states of the Gulf. Collectively, these contributions challenge profoundly the notion that civil society is alien to the Middle East.
As a two volume set, Civil Society in the Middle East is the most comprehensive analysis of state-society relations in the Middle East that is available.

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Meet the Author

Augustus Richard Norton is professor, Department of International Relations, Boston University and visiting research professor of politics and director of the Civil Society in the Middle East program, New York University. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.

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Table of Contents

VOLUME 1:
Augustus Richard Norton, 'The Future of Civil Society in the Middle East.'
Raymond A. Hinnebusch, 'Civil Society and Democratization in Syria.'
Laurie Brand, 'Democratic Experimentation and Civil Society in Jordan.'
Muhammad Muslih, 'Palestinian Civil Society and the Palestinian State.'
Mustafa Kamil al-Sayyid, 'Does Civil Society Matter in Egypt?'
Ghanim al-Najjar & Neil Hicks, 'Civil Society Under Occupation in Kuwait.'
Eva Bellin, 'Tunisian Civil Society.'
Jill Crystal, 'Civil Society in the Gulf States.'
Saad al-Din Ibrahim, 'Democracy and Authoritarianism in the Arab World.'
Alan Richards, 'Economic Challenges in the Middle East.'
Jillian Schwedler, 'Bibliographic Essay.'
VOLUME 2:
John Entelis, 'The Emergence of Civil Society in Algeria.'
Abdullah Hammoudi, 'Inside Moroccan Civil Society.'
Ann Mosely Lesch, 'Dictatorship and Civil Society in the Sudan.'
Sheila Carapico, 'The Unlikely But Promising Case of Civil Society in Yemen.'
Farhad Kazemi, 'Civil Society in the Islamic Republic of Iran.'
Marion Slugett, 'Civil Society and the State in Iraq.'
Binnez Toprak, 'Turkish Democracy and Civil Society.'
Gideon Doron, 'A Survey of Israeli Civil Society.'
Abdeslam Maghraoui, 'Civil Society in Arab Political Thought.'
Ahmad Moussalli, 'Islam and Civil Society.'
'War Society and Civil Society in Lebanon.'

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