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Algeria, the next fundamentalist state?

Author: Graham E Fuller; Arroyo Center.; United States. Army.; Rand Corporation.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Rand, 1996.
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This study is one of a series by the author on Islamic fundamentalism, or Islamism, in the Muslim world. This study is of particular policy interest because it deals with the prospect of a fundamentalist victory in Algeria, the largest and one of the most important Arab states. A fundamentalist takeover in Algeria will have major repercussions in the region. The author attempts to put such a takeover into  Read more...
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Fuller, Graham E., 1937-
Algeria, the next fundamentalist state?
Santa Monica, CA : Rand, 1996
(OCoLC)606162774
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Graham E Fuller; Arroyo Center.; United States. Army.; Rand Corporation.
ISBN: 083302387X 9780833023872
OCLC Number: 34690782
Notes: "Arroyo Center."
"Prepared for the United States Army."
"MR-733-A."
Description: xxiii, 124 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction --
Ch. 2. The Legacy: Algerian Political Culture --
Ch. 3. Conditions for the Emergence of Islamism in Algeria: The Failure of the FLN --
Ch. 4. How the FIS Built Power --
Ch. 5. Hypotheses on the FIS in Power: Domestic Policies --
Ch. 6. Hypotheses on the FIS in Power: Foreign Policy --
Ch. 7. The Struggle for Power: Confrontation or Reconciliation? --
Ch. 8. Implications for the United States.
Responsibility: Graham E. Fuller.

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Theorizes on the political future of Algeria and the likely rise of an Islamist regime.  Read more...

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