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    Middle East Law and Governance

    Middle East Law and Governance


    2009, Vol.1                 2017, Vol.9

    2010, Vol.2     

    2011, Vol.3     

    2012, Vol.4     

    2013, Vol.5

    2014, Vol.6

    2015, Vol.7

    2016, Vol.8

     

     

     

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2009, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ellen Lust-Okar

    Reinforcing Informal Institutions through Authoritarian Elections: Insights from Jordan

    No.1

    pp. 3-37

    Asli U. Bali

    From Subjects to Citizens? The Shifting Paradigm of Electoral Authoritarianism in Egypt

    No.1

    pp. 38-89

    Ayse Kadioglu

    Political Participation from a Citizenship Perspective

    No.1

    pp. 90-116

    Pete W. Moore

    Review Essay: HAMAS inside the Beltway

    No.1

    pp. 117-123

    Betty S. Anderson

    Review Essay: Madrasas: Between Past and Present

    No.1

    pp. 124-128

    Ran Hirschl

    Juristocracy vs. Theocracy: Constitutional Courts and the Containment of Sacred Law

    No.2

    pp. 129-165

    Leora Bilsky

    'Speaking through the Mask': Israeli Arabs and the Changing Faces of Israeli Citizenship

    No.2

    pp. 166-209

    Michael Trebilcock

    Between Institutions and Culture: The UNDP's Arab Human Development Reports, 2002-2005

    No.2

    pp. 210-243

    Jillian Schwedler

    Review Essay: Founding Regimes, Changing Regimes, and Political Competition

    No.2

    pp. 244-248

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2010, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ziad A. Al-Sudairy

    The Constitutional Appeal of Shari'a in a Modernizing Saudi State

    No.1

    pp. 1-16

    Tolga Koker

    The Establishment of Kemalist Secularism in Turkey

    No.1

    pp. 17-42

    Adam S. Hofri-Winogradow

    The Muslim-Majority Character of Israeli Constitutional Law

    No.1

    pp. 43-80

    Haider Ala Hamoudi

    Discussion: Orientalism and The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State

    No.1

    pp. 81-103

    Noah Feldman

    Discussion: Response to Hamoudi

    No.1

    pp. 104-105

    Tarek Masoud

    Review Essay: Varieties of Wahhabism

    No.1

    pp. 106-112

    Ellen Lust, Stephen N. Ndegwa

    Introduction: Governance Challenges in the Face of Transformation

    No.2

    pp. 113-123

    Ibrahim Saif, Farah Choucair

    Status Quo Camouflaged: Economic and Social Transformation of Egypt and Jordan

    No.2

    pp. 124-151

    Mine Eder

    Retreating State? Political Economy of Welfare Regime Change in Turkey

    No.2

    pp. 152-184

    Valentine M. Moghadam

    States and Social Rights: Women's Economic Citizenship in the Maghreb

    No.2

    pp. 185-220

    Mark Tessler

    Religion, Religiosity and the Place of Islam in Political Life: Insights from the Arab Barometer Surveys

    No.2

    pp. 221-252

    Andrew F. March

    Review Essay: The Post-Legal Ethics of Tariq Ramadan: Persuasion and Performance in Radical Reform: Islamic Ethics and Liberation

    No.2

    pp. 253-273

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2011, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Amel Ahmed

    Revolutionary Blind-Spots: The Politics of Electoral System Choice and the Egyptian Transition

    No. 1-2

    pp. 3-12

    Holger Albrecht, Dina Bishara

    Back on Horseback: The Military and Political Transformation in Egypt

    No. 1-2

    pp. 13-23

    Asli U. Bali

    A Turkish Model for the Arab Spring?

    No. 1-2

    pp. 24-42

    Nathalie Bernard-Maugiron

    Egypt s Path to Transition: Democratic Challenges behind the Constitution Reform Process

    No. 1-2

    pp. 43-59

    Richard W. Bulliet

    Neo-Mamluk Legitimacy and the Arab Spring

    No. 1-2

    pp. 60-67

    Laryssa Chomiak

    The Making of a Revolution in Tunisia

    No. 1-2

    pp. 68-83

    Hoda Elsadda

    Women s rights activism in post-Jan25 Egypt: Combating the Shadow of the First Lady Syndrome in the Arab world

    No. 1-2

    pp. 84-93

    Mohammad Fadel

    Modernist Islamic Political Thought and the Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions of 2011

    No. 1-2

    pp. 94-104

    Neve Gordon

    A Villa in the Jungle: The Arab Awakening through the Lens of the Israeli Media

    No. 1-2

    pp. 105-117

    H.A. Hellyer

    Revolution in the Arab world: Egypt and its Challenges

    No. 1-2

    pp. 118-125

    Ramin Jahanbegloo

    Iran and the Democratic Struggle in the Middle East

    No. 1-2

    pp. 126-135

    Chibli Mallat

    The Philosophy of the Middle East Revolution, Take One: Nonviolence

    No. 1-2

    pp. 136-147

    Nadia Marzouki

    The Call for Dignity, or a Particular Universalism

    No. 1-2

    pp. 148-158

    Mohammad Al-Momani

    The Arab "Youth Quake": Implications on Democratization and Stability

    No. 1-2

    pp. 159-170

    Ebrahim Moosa

    Aesthetics and Transcendence in the Arab Uprisings

    No. 1-2

    pp. 171-180

    Tamir Moustafa

    Law in the Egyptian Revolt

    No. 1-2

    pp. 181-191

    Randall Peerenboom

    China and the Revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa

    No. 1-2

    pp. 192-203

    Carrie Rosefsky Wickham

    The Muslim Brotherhood and Democratic Transition in Egypt

    No. 1-2

    pp. 204-223

    Rabab El-Mahdi

    Interview with

    No. 1-2

    pp. 225-229

    Lilia Labidi

    Interview with

    No. 1-2

    pp. 230-237

    Ahmed Saleh, Nadine Wahab

    Interview with Administrators of Facebook s "I Am Khaled Said" Page

    No. 1-2

    pp. 238-243

    Bruce B. Lawrence

    Review Essay: Recuperating Radicalism across Cultures

    No. 1-2

    pp. 245-254

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2012, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Yehiel S. Kaplan

    Enforcement of Divorce Judgments in Jewish Courts in Israel: The Interaction Between Religious and Constitutional Law

    No.1

    pp. 1-68

    Nadia Marzouki

    Conversion as Statelessness: A Study of Contemporary Algerian Conversions to Evangelical Christianity

    No.1

    pp. 69-105

    Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian

    The Grammar of Rights in Colonial Contexts: The Case of Palestinian Women in Israel

    No.1

    pp. 106-151

    Curtis R. Ryan

    Essays: The Armed Forces and the Arab Uprisings: The Case of Jordan

    No.1

    pp. 153-167

    Michael Hoffman, Amaney Jamal

    The Youth and the Arab Spring: Cohort Differences and Similarities

    No.1

    pp. 168-188

    David Scott

    Theory and Critique: Norms of Self-Determination: Thinking Sovereignty Through

    No. 2-3

    pp. 195-224

    James Tully

    Middle East Legal and Governmental Pluralism: A View of the Field from the Demos

    No. 2-3

    pp. 225-263

    Anver M. Emon

    Case Studies: On Sovereignties in Islamic Legal History

    No. 2-3

    pp. 265-305

    Sylvie Delacroix

    Drafting a Constitution for a "Country of words"

    No. 2-3

    pp. 306-325

    Jeremy Webber

    Empire and Solidarity in International Legal Reform

    No. 2-3

    pp. 326-355

    Andrew Harding

    Malaysia: Religious Pluralism and the Constitution in a Contested Polity

    No. 2-3

    pp. 356-385

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2013, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Philippe Fargues

    International Migration and the Nation State in Arab Countries

    No. 1-2

    pp. 5-35

    Nasra M. Shah

    Labour Migration from Asian to GCC Countries: Trends, Patterns and Policies

    No. 1-2

    pp. 36-70

    David Weissbrodt, Justin Rhodes

    United Nations Treaty Body Monitoring of Migrant Workers in the Middle East

    No. 1-2

    pp. 71-111

    Hila Shamir, Guy Mundlak

    Spheres of Migration: Political, Economic and Universal Imperatives in Israel s Migration Regime

    No. 1-2

    pp. 112-172

    Pardis Mahdavi

    "Trafficking" Parenting: Migration, Motherhood, Forced Labor and Deportability in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)

    No. 1-2

    pp. 173-194

    Kevin Kolben

    Trade, Development, and Migrant Garment Workers in Jordan

    No. 1-2

    pp. 195-226

    Michael Trebilcock

    Response to Kevin Kolben on Bilateralism, Trade Preferences, and Market Abuse

    No. 1-2

    pp. 227-230

    Matt Buehler

    The Threat to "Un-Moderate": Moroccan Islamists and the Arab Spring

    No.3

    pp. 231-257

    Justin Gengler, Mark Tessler, Darwish Al-Emadi, Abdoulaye Diop

    Civic Life and Democratic Citizenship in Qatar Findings from the First Qatar World Values Survey

    No.3

    pp. 258-279

    Rania Maktabi

    Female Citizenship in the Middle East: Comparing family law reform in Morocco, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon

    No.3

    pp. 280-307

    Fabio Merone, Francesco Cavatorta

    Salafist movement and sheikh-ism in the Tunisian democratic transition

    No.3

    pp. 308-330

    Mara Revkin

    Egypt s Constitution in Question

    No.3

    pp. 331-343

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2014, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Amel Ahmed, Giovanni Capoccia

    The Study of Democratization and the Arab Spring

     No.1

    pp. 1-31

    Steven D. Roper, Lilian A. Barria

    Understanding Variations in Gulf Migration and Labor Practices

     No.1

    pp. 32-52

     

    Pluralism and Minorities in Post- Revolutionary Tunisia

     No.1

    pp. 53-62

    Jessica Carlisle, Maaike Voorhoeve

    Law and Corruption

     No.2

    pp. 63-69

    Maaike Voorhoeve

    Informal Transactions with the Police

     No.2

    pp. 70-92

    Jessica Carlisle

    "We Woke Up and Everything Had Gone to Qadhafi"- Corruption, Rent-Seeking, and Struggle for Elite Status During Libyan

     No.2

    pp. 93-122

    Nadim Nassif

    Corruption in Sport

     No.2

    pp. 123-140

    Predrag Bejakovic

    Corruption and Tax Evasion in Croatia

     No.2

    pp. 141-165

     

    Migration, Mobility and Citizenship

     No.3

    pp. 167-171

    Claire Beaugrand

    Framing Nationality in the Migratory Context

     No.3

    pp. 173-203

    Asem Khalil

    Palestinians to Citizens

     No.3

    pp. 204-224

    Jok Madut Jok

    Nationality and Citizenship in the "New Sudan"

     No.3

    pp. 225-249

    Thibaut Jaulin

    Citizenship, Migration, and Confessional Democracy in Lebanon

     No.3

    pp. 250-271

    Tarek Badawy

    Egyptian Citizenship Legislation, Private International Law, and Their Impact on Individual Rights

     No.3

    pp. 272-295

    Delphine Perrin

    Tuaregs and Citizenship

     No.3

    pp. 296-326

    Riccardo Ciavolella

    Representing the Nation Horizontally and Vertically

     No.3

    pp. 327-346

    Omar Sirri

    Dividing a Nation

     No.3

    pp. 347-360

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2015, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jason Brownlee, Tarek Masoud, Andrew Reynolds

    From Dynamic Events to Deep Causes: Outcomes and Explanations of the Arab Spring

     No.1

    pp. 3-15

    Richard W. Bulliet

    Monarchs and Mamluks, or How Do You Say "Thank You" for $20 Billion

     No.1

    pp. 16-24

    Jonas Bergan Draege, Martin Lestra

    Gulf- funding of British Universities and the Focus on Human Development

     No.1

    pp. 25-49

    Brandon Gorman

    The Case for Cognitive Interviewing Techniques in the Post- Arab Spring Environment

     No.1

    pp. 50-60

    Elizabeth Shakman Hurd

    Politics of Sectarianism: Rethinking Religion and Politics in the Middle East

     No.1

    pp. 61-75

    Intissar Kherigi, Khalil Amiri

    Public Policy Making in Tunisia: The Contribution of Policy Research Institutes

     No.1

    pp. 76-100

    Jane Kinninmont

    Beyond Crisis Management: Governments, Academics, and Strategic Thinking about the Arab Uprisings

     No.1

    pp. 101-119

    Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou

    Neo- Orientalism and the e- Revolutionary: Self- Representation and the Post- Arab Spring

     No.1

    pp. 120-131

    Wendy Pearlman

    Puzzles, Time, and Ethnographic Sensibilities: Research Methods after the Arab Spring

     No.1

    pp. 132-140

    Jillian Schwedler

    Comparative Politics and the Arab Uprisings

     No.1

    pp. 141-152

    Miquel Pellicer, Eva Wegner, Francesco Cavatorta

    Is There Strength in Numbers?

     No.1

    pp. 153-168

    Carolyn Barnett

    Dispatches From the Arab Spring: Understanding the New Middle East, Eds. Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad (Minneapolis, mn: University of Minnesota Press, 2013)

     No.1

    pp. 169-179

    Janine A. Clark, Emanuela Dalmasso

    State Actor- Social Movement Coalitions and Policy- making Under Authoritarianism: The Moroccan Party of Justice and Development in the Urban Municipality of Kenitra

     No.2

    pp. 185-211

    Gianluca P. Parolin

    Shall We Ask Al- Azhar? Maybe Not

     No.2

    pp. 212-235

    Clement Steuer, Alexis Blouet

    The Notions of Citizenship and the Civil State in the Egyptian Transition Process

     No.2

    pp. 236-256

    Andrej Zwitter

    Constitutional Reform and Emergency Powers in Egypt and Tunisia

     No.2

    pp. 257-284

    Susan M. Akram

    Protecting Syrian Refugees: Laws, Policies, and Global Responsibility Sharing

     No.3

    pp. 287-318

    Doris Carrion

    Jordan and Syrian Refugees: Avoiding the Worst Case Scenario1

     No.3

    pp. 319-335

    Rania Al Jazairi

    Transitional Justice in Syria: The Role and Contribution of Syrian Refugees and Displaced Persons

     No.3

    pp. 336-359

    Rosemary Hollis

    Policy Research: Some Reflections on Theory and Practice

     No.3

    pp. 361-372

    Shadi Hamid

    What is Policy Research For? Reflections on the United States' Failures in Syria

     No.3

    pp. 373-386

    Mariano Aguirre

    Research and Policy Making: Fields Apart in a Complex World?

     No.3

    pp. 387-405

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2016, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Oren Fliegelman

    The Question of Education in the 2014 Tunisian Constitution: Article 39 and its Ambiguous Values

     No.1

    pp. 1-31

    Maria Josua

    Co- optation Reconsidered: Authoritarian Regime Legitimation Strategies in the Jordanian "Arab Spring"

     No.1

    pp. 32-56

    Michal Tamir

    The Declaration of Independence as a Transitional Constitution: The Case of Israel

     No.1

    pp. 57-89

    Wendy Pearlman

    From Palestine to Syria: Three Intifadas and Lessons for Popular Struggles

     No.1

    pp. 91-103

     

    Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood, and Peter G. Danchin (Eds.)

     No.1

    pp. 105-118

    Nadia Marzouki, Hamza Meddeb

    The Struggle for Meanings and Power in Tunisia after the Revolution

     No. 2-3

    pp. 119-130

    Sami Zemni

    From Revolution to Tunisianite: Who is the Tunisian People?

     No. 2-3

    pp. 131-150

    Corinna Mullin, Brahim Rouabah

    Discourses of Power and State Formation: The State of Emergency from Protectorate to Post- uprising Tunisia

     No. 2-3

    pp. 151-178

    Mathilde Zederman

    The Hegemonic Bourguibist Discourse on Modernity in Post- revolutionary Tunisia

     No. 2-3

    pp. 179-200

    Loes Debuysere

    'La Femme' Before and After the Tunisian Uprising: (Dis) continuities in the Configuration of Women in the Truth Regime of 'Tunisianite'

     No. 2-3

    pp. 201-227

    Deborah Perez

    Becoming a Decision- maker in the Assembly of Post- revolutionary Tunisia1

     No. 2-3

    pp. 228-249

    Charles Tripp

    Art, Power and Knowledge: Claiming Public Space in Tunisia1

     No. 2-3

    pp. 250-274

     

    Editors' Note to the Field Notes

     No. 2-3

    pp. 275-309

    Middle East Law and Governance, 2017, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Tessa Farmer

    Willing to Pay: Competing Paradigms about Resistance to Paying for Water Services in Cairo, Egypt

     No.1

    pp. 3-19

    Annabelle Houdret, Zakaria Kadiri, Lisa Bossenbroek

    A New Rural Social Contract for the Maghreb? The Political Economy of Access to Water, Land and Rural Development

     No.1

    pp. 20-42

    Ehsan Nabavi

    (Ground) Water Governance and Legal Development in Iran, 1906- 2016

     No.1

    pp. 43-70

    David Ross Olanya

    Land- Water- Security Nexus: Changing Geopolitics in the Nile Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement

     No.1

    pp. 71-87

    Alexander Nachman

    Maslaha as Sovereignty: Fadlallah and Khomeini Compared

     No.1

    pp. 89-112

     


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