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by Dalia Dassa Kaye,Frederic Wehrey,Audra K. Grant,Dale Stahl
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    Dalia Dassa Kaye,Frederic Wehrey,Audra K. Grant,Dale Stahl
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Political Reform in the Arab World is a Mixed Bag in Confronting .

Political Reform in the Arab World is a Mixed Bag in Confronting Terrorism. Permission is given to duplicate this electronic document for personal use only, as long as it is unaltered and complete. Kaye, Dalia Dassa, Frederic Wehrey, Audra K. Grant, and Dale Stahl, More Freedom, Less Terror? Liberalization and Political Violence in the Arab World.

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Read by Dalia Dassa Kaye. In the wake of September 11 through the . invasion of Iraq, a key tenet of . foreign policy has been that promoting democracy in the Arab world is an important strategy in reducing terrorism; at the same time, some policymakers and analysts have held that democracy has nothing to do with terrorism-or even that the growth of democracy in.

Has the introduction of political reforms into the Arab Middle East alleviated terrorism and violent extremism? .

Has the introduction of political reforms into the Arab Middle East alleviated terrorism and violent extremism? If so, in what ways and under what conditions? If not, why? Can the reversal of reforms and a return to repressive policies increase the risk of terrorism over time? In short, what are the effects of liberalization processes on the resort to political violence in this critical area of the world?

Items related to More Freedom, Less Terror?: Liberalization and Political. Examines the effects that liberalization processes and democracy promotion have had on terrorism and political violence in six Arab countries.

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This study explores the relationship between the two by examining the effects of liberalization processes on political violence in six Arab cases. More freedom, less terror? - kaye, dalia dassa/ wehrey, frederic/ grant, audra . stahl, dale. Rand Corporation Monograph. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything. eISBN: 978-0-8330-4645-1. Subjects: Political Science.

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More freedom, less terror? liberalization and political violence in the Arab world. Published 2008 by RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, CA. Written in English. Liberalization in the Arab world can both contain and exacerbate political violence. Pursue realistic democracy promotion rather than a return to realism.

A key tenet of U.S. foreign policy has been that promoting democracy reduces terrorism; however, scant empirical evidence links democracy to terrorism, positively or negatively. This study explores the relationship between the two by examining the effects of liberalization processes on political violence in six Arab cases.