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Title: Good “democratic” governance in the Mediterranean
Other Titles: Change and opportunities in the emerging Mediterranean
Authors: Ammor, Fouad M.
Keywords: Arab Spring, 2010-
Democratization -- Arab countries -- History -- 21st century
Mediterranean Region -- Politics and government
Unemployment -- Arab countries
Arab countries -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: University of Malta. Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies
Citation: Ammor, F.M. (2012). Good “democratic” governance in the Mediterranean. In S. Calleya, & M. Wohlfeld (Eds.), Change and Opportunities in the Emerging Mediterranean (pp.120-132). Msida: Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies.
Abstract: 2011 will remain a very special date in the history of Arab region and for the Euro-Mediterranean area as a whole. Henceforth, mass slogans raised by Arab protestors will have a special meaning in the current political glossary. These mottoes will have a great impact, full of meaning, on the capacity to build change and overcome all the failures regarding the Arab authoritarian regimes. The Tunisian population has fulfilled its duty magnificently to expel the Tunisian authoritarian regime by an unprecedented popular revolution.
ISBN: 9789995701765
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