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Journal: International Journal of Asian Social Science

Abstract: This article aims to have an analysis on state structure at the North of Africa including Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. The being internally dynamic of these states is historically different with what has previously happened in the West, because the essence of relation between state and society has been a suppressive one; and in the environment which state has control over all aspects of the society, the social forces wouldnt be formed or will be formed weakly. The unique feature of these states is the personal ruler ship which is highlighted with corruption, dependent capitalism economics and suppression of social forces; and it lies upon army and bureaucracy. Due to the lack of legitimacy, these types of states are vulnerable against mass revolution.

Social Sciences

International Journal of Asian Social Science

Month: 05-2013 Issue: 5



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