The Puzzle of Democratic Divergence in the Arab World: Theory Confronts Experience in Egypt and Tunisia
EVA BELLIN explores the divergent political trajectories pursued by Egypt and Tunisia after the Arab Spring. She argues that factors such as socio-economic development, mass culture, and prior regime character were less consequential in shaping the chances of democratic transition than were factors such as civil society, the character of the military, and leadership.
Between Military Rule and Democracy: Regime Consolidation in Greece, Turkey, and Beyond, Yaprak Gürsoy Reviewed by EVA BELLIN
Networked Publics and Digital Contention: The Politics of Everyday Life in Tunisia, Mohamed Zayani Reviewed by EVA BELLIN
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