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في أسباب رفض النسبية

د. إيلي الهندي – مدير مركز الشرق الاوسط للدراسات والابحاث الاستراتيجية meirss.org تتخبط الأحزاب في لبنان منذ أكثر من عقد في محاولة إيجاد قانون انتخابي جديد يصنع لأول مرة في لبنان بعد أن جرت العادة بعد الطائف في انتخابات 92 و96 و2000 و2005 و2009 أن يجري الخيار برعاية خارجية (قطرية في 2009 وسورية في كل […]

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Turkish Foreign Policy Under the AKP Rule: The Limited Role of Turkey in Lebanon

ABSTRACT During the last decade, Turkish foreign policy exhibited a heightened interest in the Middle East thereby inaugurating a sharp departure from a long foreign policy tradition which relegated the region to the backwater. The conspicuous examples of this shift are Turkey’s keen interest in the popular uprising in Tunisia and Egypt where it had […]

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Human Rights in Post-Revolution Constitutions: Perspectives for the Future of Syria – Part Three/Three

A constitution is a pivotal factor in the long-term success or failure of the democratic transition that a country has after passing through an uprising or civil war. Both cases were seen during the “Arab Spring” where some countries descended into an armed conflict like Syria while others reverted back to even more authoritarian regimes […]

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Human Rights in Post-Revolution Tunisian and Egyptian Constitutions: Perspectives for a Future Syrian Constitution – Part Two/Three: Egypt

A constitution is a pivotal factor in the long-term success or failure of the democratic transition that a country has after passing through an uprising or civil war. Both cases were seen during the “Arab Spring” where some countries descended into an armed conflict like Syria while others reverted back to even more authoritarian regimes […]

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Human Rights in Post-Revolution Tunisian and Egyptian Constitutions: Perspectives for a Future Syrian Constitution – Part One/Three: Tunisia

A constitution is a pivotal factor in the long-term success or failure of the democratic transition that a country has after passing through an uprising or civil war. Both cases were seen during the “Arab Spring” where some countries descended into an armed conflict like Syria while others reverted back to even more authoritarian regimes […]

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