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De la homogeneización a la invisibilidad: procesos de cambio político en Marruecos y Jordania tras la Primavera Árabe.

Sestafe Silvestre, Laura

ABSTRACT

The use of the term Arab Spring to refer to the series of mass uprisings which took place in Arab countries in 2011 has had a somewhat homogenising effect with regard to the nature and the aims of the protests. This homogenisation stems specifically
from the way it was addressed in the media, think tanks and even in part of academic analysis on the subject, leading to the concealment of certain processes of progressive and liberalising political change, for instance in Morocco and Jordan.
The similarities and differences of both kingdoms enables a comparative analysis to be conducted on the results of the 2011 protest movements in the only two monarchies outside the Gulf, thereby demonstrating two different processes of political
openness without the break-up of royal rule.

KEYWORDS

Morocco, Jordan, political change, openness, political liberalisation, constitution, Arab springs.

Número 16
2º semestre 2017
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MINISTERIO DE ASUNTOS EXTERIORES Y COOPERACIÓN. Aecid.JUNTA DE ANDALUCÍACOMUNIDAD DE MADRID. La Suma de Todos.Ayuntamiento de MadridAyuntamiento de Córdoba