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Please note there is a week delivery period for this title. He focuses on eight countries, and deals with such issues as the emergence of social classes, corporatism, economic liberalization and the relationship between state and civil society.
Table of contents Part 1 The Middle East and the state debate - a conceptual framework: the state debate; the state in comparative perspective; the non-individualistic path to the state; the Arabs and the issue of the state; schematic argument and conceptual framework. Part 4 The Arab state - territorial or pan-Arabist? Part 5 The sociology of articulated modes - community, class and polity: political culture or political economy?
Part 6 The political system of articulated forms - the radical, populist republics: socialism or "elatisme"? Part 8 Civil-military relations: causes for military intervention; explaining the decline in coups; the radical republics and the military-industrial complex; the conservative monarchies and the military-tribal complex. Part 9 Bureaucratic growth - development versus control: expansion in the economic role of the state; bureaucratic growth in the Arab countries; explaining the expansion; the control functions of Arab bureaucracies.
Part 10 Economic liberalization and privatization - is the Arab state contracting? Part 11 Prospects for democracy - is the civil society striking back? Part 12 Conclusion - the "strong", the "hard" and the "fierce".
Over-stating the Arab State