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No incompatibility with democracy


The fear of religious extremism has so far kept the autocratic Arab systems in place. But things are changing in the Middle East. Some support the theory of the absence of civil society while others go as far as envisaging a nascent democratic spring. But democratization also depends on inclusion in a system of democratic States. Hence, as the authoritarian regimes inevitably head towards failure…

The fear of religious extremism has so far kept the autocratic Arab systems in place. But things are changing in the Middle East. Some support the theory of the absence of civil society while others go as far as envisaging a nascent democratic spring. But democratization also depends on inclusion in a system of democratic States. Hence, as the authoritarian regimes inevitably head towards failure…

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