Popular Politics and the Path to Durable Democracy
English | November 22nd, 2022 | ISBN: 0691229120, 0691229139 | 192 pages | True EPUB | 1.73 MB
A groundbreaking account of how prolonged grassroots mobilization lays the foundations for durable cratization
When protests swept through the Middle East at the height of the Arab Spring, the world appeared to be on the verge of a wave of cratization. Yet with the failure of many of these uprisings, it has become clearer than ever that the path to cracy is strewn with obstacles. Mohammad Ali Kadivar examines the conditions leading to the success or failure of cratization, shedding vital new light on how procracy mobilization affects the fate of new cracies.