GOVT 331 Bromley - Middle East Exceptionalism - Myth or Reality

GOVT 331 Bromley - Middle East Exceptionalism - Myth or Reality

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MIDDLE EAST EXCEPTIONAUSM 321 320 DEMOCRATIZATION Karl, T.1. and Schmitter, P. (991) 'Models of transition in Latin America, Southern and Eastern Europe', International Social ScienceJournal, no.I38. Legassick, M. (985) 'South Africa in crisis: what route to democracy?', African Affairs, vol.84, pp.587--603. Lemarchand, R. (994) 'Managing transitional anarchies: Rwanda, Burundi and South Africa in comparative perspective', Journal ofModern African Studies, vo1.32, no.4, pp.581--604. Lewis, S. (990) The Economics ofApartheid, New York, Council of Foreign Relations. Lodge, T. (996) 'South Africa: democracy and development in a post- apartheid society' in Leftwich, A. Ced.) Democracy and Development: Theory and Practice, Cambridge, Polity Press. Lodge, T. and Nasson, B. (991) All, Here, and Now: Black Politics in South Africa in the 1980s, London, Hurst and Co. Luckhardt, K and Wall, B. (980) Organise or Starve! The History ofthe South African Congress of Trade Unions, London, Lawrence and Wishart. Mandela, N. (994) Long Walk to Freedom, London, Little, Brown. Manzo, KA. (992) Domination, Resistance and Social Change in South Africa, London, Praeger. O'Donnell, G., Schmitter, P. and Whitehead, 1. (988) Transitions from Authoritarian Rule. Vol.5: Conclusions about Uncertain Democracies, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press. Ottaway, M. (993) South Africa: the Stntggle for a New Order, Washington, Brookings Institution. Price, R.M. (994) 'South Africa, the Political Economy of Growth and Democracy in Stedman, S.]. (ed.). Przeworski, A. (991) Democracy and the Market, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Rueschemeyer, D., Stephens, E. and Stephens,). (992) Capitalist Development and Democracy, Cambridge, Polity Press. Shain, Y. and Linz, J. (995) Between States: Interim Governments and Democratic TranSition, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Shapiro, I. (993) 'Democratic innovation: South Africa in comparative context', World Politics, vo1.46, pp.I21-50. Shin, Doh Chull (994) 'On the Third Wave of democratization', World Politics, vol.47, pp.135-70. Simons, H.). and Simons, R.E. (969) Class and Colour in South Africa, 1850- 1950, Harmondsworth, Penguin. Sisk, T.D. (994) 'Perspectives on South Africa's transition: implications for democratic consolidation', Politikon, vo1.21, no.I, pp.66-75. South Africa, RP 32 (979) Report ofthe Commission ofInquiry into Legislation affecting the Utilization ofManpower, Government Publication. South Africa, RP 47 (979) Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Labour Legislation, Government Publication. South Africa, UG 62 (951) Report of the Industrial Legislation Commission, Government Publication. Stedman, S.]. (994) 'South Africa: transition and transformation' in Stedman, S.). (ed.) pp.7-27. Stedman, S.]. (ed.) (994) South Africa: the Political Economy of Transformation, Boulder, Lynne Rienner. Middle East exceptionalism - myth or reality? Simon Bromley 13.1 Patterns of political development As the Introduction to Part IV has already suggested, the range of countries comprisingthe Middle East is to some-extent a matter ofconvention and there is considerable unevenness among the countries of the region, however defined. Here I concentrate on the Arab East (Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, i.e. Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar
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