Egypt at the crossroads domestic stability and regional role (Google eBook)

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Page 63 - For an analysis of this issue, see John L. Esposito and James P. Piscatori, "Democratization and Islam," Middle East Journal 45, Summer 1991; John L. Esposito, "Islam, Democracy, and US Foreign Policy," in Riding the Tiger: The Middle East Challenge After the Gulf War, ed.
Page 92 - Samuel P. Huntington, The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991).
Page 63 - Esposito, The Islamic Threat: Myth or Reality? (New York: Oxford University Press, 1992) . 2.
Page 251 - ... spread of peace and prosperity. Only by maintaining its military wherewithal to defend and advance its interests and underwrite its commitments can the United States retain its preeminent position in the world. Pan 1 Defending lh< Nation US FORCES Chapter US FORCES The United Stales...
Page 193 - The end of the cold war, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the state capitalist regimes in eastern Europe, the demise of the Sandinistas' revolutionary regime in Nicaragua, the pacification of the revolutionary struggle in El Salvador, as 294 Richard L.
Page 110 - ... order adapt themselves to military life. Viewed from one perspective, a military establishment comes as close as any human organization can to the ideal type for an industrialized and secularized enterprise. Yet from another point of view, the great stress placed on professionalism and the extremely explicit standards for individual behavior make the military appear to be a more sacred than secular institution. If discipline is needed to minimize random and unpredictable behavior, it is also...
Page 61 - Islamic movement emerging as the chief political opposition, as had occurred in Egypt, Tunisia, or Jordan, but of a movement actually coming to power through the ballot box. The intervention of the Algerian military tested the democratic commitment of Muslim and Western governments alike. The policy failures evident in American and European responses toward the subversion of the electoral process and indiscriminate repression of the FIS in Algeria and of the Renaissance party in Tunisia, like their...
Page 56 - One prominent commentator observed that the government sought: "to curtail not only those movements that have carried out violent attacks, but also one that has come to dominate many municipalities, professional and labor associations and university...
Page 62 - However, they will generally operate on the basis of national interests and demonstrate a flexibility that reflects acceptance of the realities of a globally interdependent world.
Page 58 - While the threat of radicalism and terrorism must be countered, failure to distinguish between extremists who are avowedly committed to the violent overthrow of the '. Patrick Bannerman, Islam in Perspective; A Guide to Islamic Society. Politics and Law (London: Routledge, 1988!, p.

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