Europe and Tunisia: Democratization via Association [NOOK Book]

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This book is concerned with EU democracy promotion inside Tunisia, examining democratization via association in particular. This analysis of the EU-Tunisia dynamic is the first comprehensive study of the effects of the Union's Mediterranean democracy promotion strategy on a single recipient state.

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Europe and Tunisia: Democratization via Association

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Overview

This book is concerned with EU democracy promotion inside Tunisia, examining democratization via association in particular. This analysis of the EU-Tunisia dynamic is the first comprehensive study of the effects of the Union's Mediterranean democracy promotion strategy on a single recipient state.

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Meet the Author

Brieg Powel is a Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Plymouth, teaching modules on International Relations theory and on democratisation in the Middle East and North Africa. His research interests include Middle East and North African politics, Welsh politics, and the role of identity in political behaviour. He is also part of the editorial board of the journal EthnoPolitics.

Larbi Sadiki is Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Exeter, teaching modules on democratization in the Middle East and North Africa. He has published a number of books and journal articles on the Middle East. A Non-Resident Expert with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Washington, Beirut) for 2007 and 2008, he has featured in numerous TV programmes in both Arabic and English and is a frequent commentator on Arab affairs in Al-Jazeera Satellite TV.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1. Tunisia and Europe: The Dialectics of Association and Reform from Khayr Al-Din to Bin Ali 2. Forging the Association: The Evolution of EU Democracy Promotion in the Mediterranean 3. Unfulfilled Reform: Implementing Democracy Promotion in Tunisia 4. Stability, Democracy, or Both? EU Indecision and Tunisian Inaction 5. The ‘Second Republic’ and Citizenship in Bin Ali’s Tunisia: Democracy versus Unity, 1987-2001 6. The ‘Republic of Tomorrow’: The Twin Quest for Association and Democratisation, 2002-2009. Conclusion

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