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History, culture, and geography have set North Africa apart from the rest of the Arab and Mediterranean worlds. Yet it would be difficult to find three more different countries than Morocco, the conservative monarchy, 'revolutionary' Algeria, and 'moderate' Tunisia -- particularly in light of the Arab Spring of 2011. Drawing on more than two decades of living and working in the Maghreb, Michael J. Willis crafts a brilliant guide to the ever-changing culture, society, and politics of this critical part of the world. It is the best book on the subject by far and confirms Willis's reputation as the foremost authority on the comparative politics of North Africa in the English-speaking world.