By J. Karakoç Bakis, Jülide Karakoç
Via a special choice of essays drawn from wealthy case experiences, Authoritarianism within the center East offers very important insights into the continued instabilities of the center East, and the authoritarianism and democratisation strategies that experience ended in dramatic socio-political variations.
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In the twenty-first century it is still almost impossible to find a country that has democratic institutions meeting all requisites of democracy. Of course it should not imply that we should accept authoritarian rule. However, if it is still difficult for the West to pursue the democratic ideals born out of its own historical experience, how can we expect the rest of the world to experience democracy without any trouble? There are still reasons to be optimistic for the future of democracy in the Middle East if we accept that these countries should follow their own path to democracy.
Authoritarianism in the Middle East: Before and After the Arab Uprisings by J. Karakoç Bakis, Jülide Karakoç