Description - The Palestinian Regime by As'ad Ghanem
Foreword by Naseer Aruru; Introduction: Political Development and the Transition to Democracy; The Palestinian National Movement: A Historical Overview; The Palestinians Awaken to a Crushing Defeat; From Dispersion to Taking the Initiative; The PLO: From Maximalism to Compromise; The Oslo Accords and the Establishment of the Palestinian National Authority; Democracy and Centralism in the Palestinian National Movement, 1967-1993; Arafat's Control of PLO Institutions, 1968-1993; Pluralism, Civil Society, and the Construction of Institutions among the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, 1967-1993; The Formal Structure of Powers in the Palestinian National Authority; The Legislative Council; The Executive Authority; The Judicial Authority; The First Palestinian General Elections; The Legitimacy of the Elections; The Election System; The Election Campaign; The Election Results; The Centralisation of Power and Political Conduct in the PNA; Centralisation of Power Surveillance (Intimidation); Buying Quiet (Bribery); Conclusion: Contradictions within Palestinian Democracy; Palestinian 'Partial Democracy' Before the Establishment of the PNA; 'Partial Democracy' in the PNA; Conclusions for the Future.
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Author Biography - As'ad Ghanem
As'ad Ghanem is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, and a Researcher at the Institute for Peace at the Jewish-Arab Center for Peace, Givat-Haviva.