Top scholars of the Middle East set out the history and future of elections in eight Middle East countries. Examining issues associated with elections, the transition of governance, and the ways in which technology shapes popular participation in politics and elections, they discuss the future of governance and democratic transition in the region.
Mahmoud Hamad, Drake University, USA, and Cairo University, Egypt Khalil al-Anani, Middle East Institute, USA Nathan J. Brown, George Washington University, USA Mohamed Daadaoui, Oklahoma City University, USA Vincent Durac, University College Dublin , Ireland Kevin Koehler, King's College London, UK Manal Omar, Center for Conflict Management, United States Institute of Peace, USA Hesham Sallam, Georgetown University, USA K?vanc Ulusoy, Istanbul University, Turkey Reidar Visser, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway Jana Warkotsch , European University Institute in Florence, Italy Luciano Zaccarai, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar
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Government & Constitution
Elections, Voting, Technology
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5 Illustrations, black and white; VII, 245 p. 5 illus.