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PART I: Democratization in the Arab World
Mohamed Talbi, A Record of Failure
Emmanuel Sivan, Illusions of Change
Laith Kubba, The Awakening of Civil Society
Daniel Brumberg, The Trap of Liberalized Autocracy
Jason Brownlee, The Decline of Pluralism in Mubarak's Egypt
William Quandt, Algeria's Uneasy Peace
Abdeslam Maghraoui, Depoliticization in Morocco
Jean-Francois Seznec, Stirrings in Saudi Arabia
Michael Herb, Emirs and Parliaments in the Gulf
Jillian Schwedler, Yemen's Aborted Opening
Russell Lucas, Deliberalization in JordanPART II: Iran and Turkey
Shaul Bakhash, Iran's Remarkable Election
Haleh Esfandiari, Is Iran Democratizing? Observations on Election Day
Ladan Boroumand, Is Iran Democratizing? Reform at an Impasse
Daniel Brumberg, Is Iran Democratizing? A Comparativist's Perspective
Ramin Jahanbegloo, The Deadlock in Iran: Pressures from Below
Mehrangiz Kar, The Deadlock in Iran: Constitutional Constraints
Soli Ozel, Turkey at the Polls: A Historic Opportunity
Ziya Onis & Fuat Keyman, Turkey at the Polls: A New Path EmergesPART III: Islam and Democracy
Abdou Filali-Ansary, Muslims and Democracy
Bernard Lewis, A Historical Overview
Robin Wright, Two Visions of Reformation
Abdou Filali-Ansary, The Challenge of Secularization
Abdou Filali-Ansary, The Sources of Enlightened Muslim Thought
Abdelwahab El-Affendi, The Elusive Reformation
Radwan Masmoudi, The Silenced Majority
Laith Kubba, Faith and Modernity
Daniel Brumberg, Islamists and the Politics of Consensus
Vickie Langohr, An Exit from Arab Autocracy
Ladan & Roya Boroumand, Terror, Islam and Democracy