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by Michael Emerson,Richard Youngs

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9290797118
Author:
Michael Emerson,Richard Youngs
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English
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Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) (December 28, 2007)
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220 pages
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While raising children with distrust and an authoritarian style are prevalent, the impact on adolescents has not been investigated. If there is a better understanding of the effect of education, policy as well as interventions can be developed to assist parents and teachers in preventing radicalization.

Learn more But of the two Muslim nations, only one, Turkey, became reasonably democratic.

Cite this publication. This text argues that political Islam's desire to restore a culture distorted by colonization does not necessarily compromise its progress to more democracy and greater tolerance.

Michael Emerson, Richard Youngs. The authors focus on the parties' differing ideologies and how their positions are relevant to the European Union's policies in the region

Richard Youngs, Michael Emerson. The group of experts assembled to produce this new book adduces mounting evidence that this policy may lead to unintended consequences, such as the reinforcement of anti-democratic regimes and radical Islamism

Richard Youngs, Michael Emerson. Download Publication. The group of experts assembled to produce this new book adduces mounting evidence that this policy may lead to unintended consequences, such as the reinforcement of anti-democratic regimes and radical Islamism. Their arguments favour a broad inclusion of Muslim democrats in EU initiatives aiming at the reform of governance and the development of civil society, without extending to them any singular, exclusive or unsolicited privileges.

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Author(s): Michael Emerson, Richard Youngs.

1. Political Islam and European neighbourhood policy. Part A Case studies in political Islam.

Published 2007 by Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels. 1. 2. Morocco, Samir Amghar.

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Unlike European Muslims the report also found that 80 percent of US Muslims were happy with life in. .

Unlike European Muslims the report also found that 80 percent of US Muslims were happy with life in America, and 63 percent said they felt no conflict between being a devout Muslim and living in a modern society. Furthermore, this integration into American culture and society, according to the report, is evident in the rates they participate in various everyday activities such.

In this book Arab and Turkish scholars discuss the rising importance of the Muslim (or Islamist) democratic parties of the Arab Mediterranean states (Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia) and Turkey. The authors focus on the parties' differing ideologies and how their positions are relevant to the European Union's policies in the region. The book pays special attention to the progressive transformation of the Islamic parties' political stances as they become more established and as they gain control within their governments. Contributors include Robert Springborg (Middle East Institute of the School of Oriental & African Studies, London University), Emad Shahin (American University of Cairo and Harvard University), Senem Aydin (Free University of Brussels), Salam Kawakibi (independent researcher, formerly with the French Near-East Institute in Alep, Syria); Samir Amghar (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris), Amel Boubekeur (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, and CEPS), Saladdin Al Jourschi (Tunisia expert), and Talal Atrissi (writer and researcher on the Middle East).