The Islamist Moment: From Islamic State to Civil Islam?
Fawaz A. Gerges discusses the rise to power of Islamist parties in the Middle East after the Arab Spring. He argues that the political future of Islamists will depend on whether they meet the rising expectations of the Arab public. He concludes that if the Islamists fail to deliver local public goods, the voters and society will turn against them.
The Lebanese Conflict: Looking Inward, Latif Abul-Husn Reviewed by Fawaz A. Gerges
The Arab Middle East and the United States: Inter-Arab Rivalry and Superpower Diplomacy, Burton I. Kaufman ; Islam and the Myth of Confrontation: Religion and Politics in the Middle East, Fred Halliday Reviewed by Fawaz A. Gerges
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