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Volume 13, No. 1


Introduction: Libya: Lost in Transition 1

Jacob Mundy

The Muslim Brotherhood: Libya as the Last Resort for the Continued Existence of the Global Movement 5

Haala Hweio

Of Conflict and Collapse: Rethinking State Formation in Post-Gaddafi Libya 22

Emadeddin Badi

Youth as Agenda-Setters between Donors and Beneficiaries: The Limited Role of Libyan Youth after 2011 49

Chiara Loschi

How Can Water Sector Cooperation Support Democratic Governance? Insights from Morocco 72

Annabelle Houdret

Remembering Our Heroes: Global Jihad’s Militancy in a Comparative Perspective 98

Meir Hatina

Volume 13, No. 2


Introduction to the Special Issue: “Assessing the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood after the 2013 Coup: Tracing Trajectories of Continuity and Change” 125

Lucia Ardovini and Erika Biagini

Re-thinking the Tanẓīm: Tensions between Individual Identities and Organizational Structures in the Muslim Brotherhood after 2013 130

Lucia Ardovini

From Competition to Cooperation: The Radicalization Effect of Salafists on Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in the Aftermath of the 2011 Uprising 150

Mohammad Yaghi

Women and the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood post-2013: Calls for Gender Reforms and Pluralism 171

Erika Biagini

The Making of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Faith Brand 196

Noha Mellor

Becoming an Ex: Dynamics of Disengagement from Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood after 2011 215

Mustafa Menshawy and Khalil Al-Anani

Concluding Essay 232

Nathan J. Brown

Volume 13, Nos. 3


Introduction: On the Relevance of Arab Parliaments 235

Paul Maurice Esber and Jan Claudius Völkel

Parliaments in the MENA Region: Between Timid Reform and Regression. A Comparative Survey 252

Rainer Grote

A Struggle for Institutionalization: the Tunisian Assemblée des Répresentants du Peuple and the Dominance of Consensus-Oriented Politics 272

Chahd Bahri and Jan Claudius Völkel

Citizen Wayn? The Struggle of Parliament in Contemporary Jordan 294

Paul Maurice Esber

Lebanon’s Parliament System as a Form of Institutionalized Hybridity 314

James Paterson and Ben MacQueen

Walking a Thin Line of Representation: Analyzing the Behavior of Egyptian MPs 335

Mazen Hassan, Ahmed Abdrabou and Hala Abdelgawad

European Support for Arab Parliaments: A Successful Way to Democracy? 363

Jan Claudius Völkel

Conclusions, Arab Parliaments Post-2011: A Sisyphean Task? 386

Jan Claudius Völkel and Paul Maurice

Jordan’s Election Law: Reinforcing Barriers to Democracy 395

E.J. Karmel and David Linfield

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