The Present State of the Empire of Morocco:Vol. 2.
The Present State of the Empire of Morocco.:Its Animals, Products, Climate, Soil, Cities, Ports, Provinces, Coins, Weights, and Measures . With the Language, Religion, Laws, Manners, Customs, and Character, of the Moors Anonymous
Examining the challenges to tradition and modernity in post-colonial Morocco the second edition has a new, updated emphasis on Morocco after the Arab spring. The first edition of this book was published in 2010 one year before the major events of the Arab spring rocked the Arab world. The Moroccan state reacted by drafting a new constitution and passing it in a referendum in July 2011; furthermore, it organized new elections which resulted in a government headed by an Islamist prime minister. This reaction has made Morocco quite unique in the Arab world - moving fast to accommodate some of the protesters demands thereby splitting opposition, yet remaining uncompromising on any true reform of the monarchy´s claims to power. The second edition uses recent events to provide a more theoretical explanation of the monarchy´s adaptation. Easily accessible to non-specialists, practitioners, and upper level undergraduate students, this book is essential reading for those working in the fields of North African Studies, International Relations and Middle East Studies.
The Present State of the Empire of Morocco:Its animals, products, climate, soil, cities, ports, provinces, coins, weights, and measures. With the language, religion, laws, manners, customs, and character, of the Moors. Vol. 2 Louis De Chenier
Creative State: Natasha Iskander
The United States and North Africa:Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia Charles F. Gallagher
The Arab states and the challenge of sustainability:An analysis of sustainability in Morocco and Saudi Arabia Nadia El Jazouli
Inter-Arab Management of Regional Conflicts:The League of Arab States and the Algeria-Morocco Case, 1963-1995 Ahmed AL-ATRASH
Since the Arab Spring, the Arab countries of the Maghreb-Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya-have emerged as a vitally strategically concern for the United States and Europe, given their impact on hydrocarbon security, terrorism and Mediterranean migrant flows. The conservative Islamist trend known as Salafism has emerged as a major socio-political force on this landscape. While much attention has been focused on the disruptive, militant expressions of Salafi ideology like the Islamic State and al-Qaeda, Salafism is actually far more complex and dynamic. Informed by rich, on-the-ground interviews, Salafism in the Maghreb is the definitive yet accessible account of this oft-misunderstood current of Islamism.