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Community‐based reconciliation in the Middle East

Hassin, Ahmed 2014, Community‐based reconciliation in the Middle East, Political science applied, Special issue: Conflict resolution and the political process, pp. 33-36.

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Title Community‐based reconciliation in the Middle East
Author(s) Hassin, Ahmed
Journal name Political science applied
Season Special issue: Conflict resolution and the political process
Start page 33
End page 36
Total pages 4
Publisher Organisation for International Dialogue and Conflict Management
Place of publication Vienna, Austria
Publication date 2014-12
ISSN 2306-5907
Summary IntroductionWith the turn of the twenty first century, the Middle East has witnessed an unprecedented turmoil since the post‐colonisation era. The occupation of Iraq by the United States and its allies has triggered internal tensions and violence in Iraq that swept across the region. The US propagated establishing a pro‐western, functional, representative democratic system in Iraq that was expected to be a model for other countries in the region towards democratisation and economic growth. Since 2011, Some Arab states embraced democratic and political changes and, simultaneously, encountered some socio‐political unrest brought by the “Arab Spring”. Various strata of conflict can be recognised in this context driven by political, ideological and sectarian agenda; or, driven by mere struggle for freedom and against repression and dictatorship. Regardless of the trigger of strives, it is obvious that reconciliation and conflict management in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Egypt and other countries in conflict is still an issue. Yet, the concept of community‐based reconciliation in the Arab World is still nuanced. The social ties in Arab societies are strong. Some of these ties are significantly noted to be recognised in kinship of various familial hierarchies: nucleus family, extended family and tribes. This paper will discuss whether familial affiliations can contribute to community‐based reconciliation in the Middle Eastern Arab countries.
Language eng
Field of Research 200299 Cultural Studies not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 940106 Citizenship and National Identity
HERDC Research category C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice ©2014, IDC, Organisation for International Dialogue and Conflict Management
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