Islamists and the Politics of the Arab Uprisings: Governance, Pluralisation and Contention

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Hendrik Kraetzschmar
Edinburgh University Press, Jun 30, 2018 - Religion - 256 pages
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Morsi on an impossible mission?
the case for political participation in post2009 Iran
the rebel governance of the Islamic
Is Islamism accommodating neoliberalism? The case of Egypts Muslim
the Islamic left in Turkey and the AKPs neoliberal
moderate Islamists and electoral politics in
Does participation lead to moderation? Understanding changes in
Political parties and secularIslamist polarisation in postMubarak Egypt
conflicts and rivalries over the role
The reconfiguration of the Egyptian Islamist Social Movement Family after
the impact of intrasectarian
PART IVThe SunniShia divide
reconfigurations of a reluctant issue
the rise of an antisectarian discourse in post2011 Iraq
new directions in the study of Islamist politics

collateral victims of the 2011 Popular
between opposition
the Constitutional Democratic

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