4 edition of Reform in the Arab world found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -173).
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2 Books Explore the Tricky Issue of Reform in Arab Higher Education The earlier volume provides an overview of the current state of universities in the Arab world, and how they have the potential to transform society to raise the quality of life and stimulate wealth. In the new book, the authors focus on the quality and social relevance of. The Prospects for Reform in Islam. Raza Rumi. The rise of global Islamism in the form of al-Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) will pose a major challenge to the security of both Western and Muslim-majority nations for years to threat is particularly acute in Muslim countries because of Islamism’s capacity to claim that it .
The Arab Human Development Report [written by Arab intellectuals and calling for wide-ranging reforms in the Arab world],which officials in the United States are so fond of . Hesham Sallam is a Research Associate at CDDRL and serves as the Associate-Director of the Program on Arab Reform and Democracy. He is also a co-editor of Jadaliyya ezine and a former program specialist at the U.S. Institute of Peace. His research focuses on Islamist movements and the politics of economic reform in the Arab World.
Trajectories of Education in the Arab World gives a broad yet detailed historical and geographical overview of education in Arab countries. Drawing on pre-modern and modern educational concepts, systems, and practices in the Arab world, this book examines the impact of Western cultural influence, the opportunities for reform and the sustainability of current initiatives. Pan-arabism, Also known as Arab nationalism, pan-Arabism is the ideology that calls for the political unity of Arab peoples and states. By consensus, Arabness is Shatt Al Arab, Shatt al Arab (shät äl ä´räb), tidal river, mi ( km) long, formed by the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, flowing SE to the Pers Faisal I, Faisal I () was an .
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The quest for such change in the Arab world is in fact one of the few areas that bridges scholarly research and policy debates. Marina Ottaway and Julia Choucair-Vizoso’s edited volume contributes precisely to the academic-policy nexus and provides the reader with a compelling picture of the state of political reform in the Arab world.
OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Public administration and administrative reform in the Arab world: realities and aspirations / N.M. Al-Saigh --Administrative reform in the Arab countries: a search for strategy / A.S.
Ashour --Administrative development and development administration in the Arab world / N.N. Ayubi --Administrative reform in the Arab. To read the full book, please click here. The Arab world suffers from a debilitating democracy deficit. The region’s ruling governments’ antipathy for pluralism, political dissent, and free.
Get this from a library. Dissent and reform in the Arab world: empowering democrats. [American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.;] -- The Arab world suffers from a debilitating democracy deficit. The region's ruling governments' antipathy for pluralism, political dissent, and free speech have helped to incubate extremism by denying.
Political stagnation presents a pressing challenge for the Arab world. In a new Q&A, Marwan Muasher identifies the major obstacles to reform in the region and talks about the path forward and role the international community can play in encouraging reform. Reform in the Arab World: External Influences and Regional Debates ByTalmiz Ahmad Description of the Book: September 11 provided a vision and a strategy to a US Presidency that until then had been groping for fresh ideas and a relevant foreign policy.
The “global war on terror” now became an article of faith for the United : K. Bridging African and Arab histories, this book examines the relationship between Islam, nationalism and the evolution of identity politics from late 19th Century to World War II.
It provides a cross-national, cross-regional analysis of religious reform, nationalism, anti-colonialism from Zanzibar to Oman, North Africa and the Middle : Taylor And Francis. The Arab World in Books Ursula Lindsey / 18 Dec Photo by Wikimedia. Each year, we publish a list of books of interest from and about the Arab world.
These are books that I and others at Al-Fanar Media have enjoyed and written about, or that have been brought to our attention. Author: Ursula Lindsey. The more significant problem is the singular mode of thinking that has been prevalent in the Arab world for a long time, a mode of thinking that sees any educational reform as going against religious or societal norms or as an attempt by.
The book, which was recently published in Arabic, included criticism of societal patterns, oppression, and the absence of self-criticism in the Arab world. In his review, Al-Rumayhi presents the book as required reading for anyone interested in reform in the Arab world. Less discussion has been had about the impact of the internationally-backed efforts to reform policing concepts in the Arab world even though such efforts have existed since the s.
They have intensified since as the uprisings presented international players with new entry points and new risks of state disintegration to head off.
The struggle between the two powers was in full swing in the spring ofwhen a conference convened in Cairo in early April on the theme of the role of judges in the process of political reform in Egypt and the Arab world. Educational reform in the Arab world The stifling of ideas EDUCATION in the Arab countries is where the paternalism of the traditional family structure, the authoritarianism of the state and the dogmatism of religion all meet, discouraging critical thought and analysis, stifling creativity and instilling submissiveness.
Reform vs. Islamism in the Arab World Today Septem | By Menahem Milson. In his commentary on the Koran and in his book on theology, he attempted to interpret Islam in a way that suited the modern world. He emphasizes the need for separation of religion and state as a precondition for true reform in the Arab world.
Books shelved as arab-world: A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini, The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, Girls of Riyadh by Rajaa Alsanea, Palace Wa.
The quality of education in the Arab world has dropped in comparison to other regions in the world, which demands immediate reform to tackle development needs and employment in the future, said a recent World Bank report on education in the Middle East and North Africa. Middle East scholars discussed political change in the Arab world.
Topics included Bush administration foreign policy, democratization, human rights, monarchies, the fall of Saddam Hussein, and the. This book evaluates changes that are taking place in the region and explores the potential for further reform. The essays provide detailed examinations of ten countries, highlighting diversity of processes and : In Tunisia: An Arab Anomaly, Safwan M.
Masri explores the factors that have shaped the country's exceptional experience. He traces Tunisia's history of reform in the realms of education, religion, and women's rights, arguing that the seeds for today's relatively liberal and democratic society were planted as far back as the middle of the Cited by: 5.
The potential for reform in the pattern of persistent authoritarianism in the Arab world has been the subject of interest for policymakers, the informed general public, and scholars alike, particularly since the end of the Cold War and again after the events of 11 September Format: Hardcover.
Beyond the Façade: Political Reform in the Arab World evaluates the changes that are taking place in the region and explores the potential for further reform. The essays provide careful, detailed examinations of ten countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Yemen), highlighting the Price: $This book includes papers presented at the first conference entitled "Network of Reform and Democratic Change in the Arab World" which was jointly organized by Al Quds Center for Political Studies and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Amman, December Some of these reform efforts were under way and at least partly successful before the outbreak of the Arab Spring in Reform efforts have continued in some countries despite the many.