4 edition of Institutions And The Politics Of Survival In Jordan found in the catalog.
June 30, 2005
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||185|
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Institutions and the Politics of Survival in Jordan: Domestic Responses to External Challenges, (SUNY series in Middle Eastern Studies)Author: Russell E. Lucas. 1. Institutions and the Politics of Survival 2. Regime-Led State Building in Jordan: – 3.
Economic Crisis and Political Liberalization 4. Institutionalizing Political Liberalization 5. Managing Peace and Its Discontents 6. Normalization and Structural Adjustment 7. Press Restrictions and the Elections 8. A New King and a New Pages: These institutional survival strategies co-opted the opposition, kept it divided, and reinforced the unity of the regime’s coalition of supporters.
The author also compares survival strategies in Jordan with those of Morocco, Kuwait, Iran, and Egypt to explain the surprising durability.
Get this from a library. Institutions and the politics of survival in Jordan: domestic responses to external challenges, [Russell E Lucas] -- "Weaving together accounts of historical developments, cultural elements, economic factors, and regional and international dynamics, Russell E.
Lucas explores how the monarchy in Jordan survived. In Institutions and the Politics of Survival in Jordan, Russell Lucas carefully considers the role that institutions have played in supporting the monarchy since In the face of security threats and economic crises, the regime has manipulated domestic institutions in order to weaken the opposition and maintain the regime coalition.
Institutions and the Politics of Survival in Jordan: Domestic Responses to External Challenges, – By Russell E.
Lucas. Albany: State University of New York Press, p. $ 2 INSTITUTIONS AND THE POLITICS OF SURVIVAL IN JORDAN Today, the main threats to the Jordanian regime come in two forms.
Jordan, like many developing countries, faces a severe debt crisis because of a poor resource base and exploding demographics. Secondly, like many coun-tries in the Middle East, regional war and peace threaten more than the. Buy Institutions and the Politics of Survival in Jordan (SUNY Series in Middle Eastern Studies) from Explains how the Jordanian monarchy has survived economic crisis Price: $ Institutions and the Politics of Survival in Jordan: Domestic Responses to External Challenges, – Book.
Jan ; The author also compares survival strategies in Jordan with those. His book, Institutions and the Politics of Survival in Jordan: Domestic Responses to External Challenges, was published by SUNY Press. He has also published articles in a range of journals, including Journal of Democracy, International Studies Quarterly, British Journal of Political Science, International Journal of Middle East.
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This paper examines the development of ‘Official Islam’, or state-sponsored religious institutions, in Jordan. We argue that Jordan's development went through three phases. From its independence in until the revolution, the state undertook minimal efforts to develop this institution.
By broadening the basis of support for autocrats, these institutions lengthen their tenures. An analysis of all authoritarian rulers in power during the period provides evidence of the effect of nominally democratic institutions on their political survival.
Book Description: Inas the Arab uprisings spread across the Middle East, Jordan remained more stable than any of its neighbors. Despite strife at its borders and an influx of refugees connected to the Syrian civil war and the rise of ISIS, as well as its own version of the Arab Spring with protests and popular mobilization demanding change, Jordan managed to avoid political upheaval.
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