Conférence : Nathalie Bernard Maugiron, “Transitions in the Arab World II. Constituent Processes and the Role of State Powers in the Transitions in North Africa ” — IEMED, Barcelone, 14h30, 06/03/2014
Nathalie Bernard-Maugiron, Director of Research, Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD), CEPED and Co-Director of the Institut d’Études de l’Islam et des Sociétés du Monde Musulman (IISMM) at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris.
Chair: Enric Olivé, Academic Director of the Relmed Master, and Director of the UNESCO Chair for Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona
The fall of the autocratic regimes in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, along with the reforms undertaken in Morocco following citizen mobilisations, have resulted in complex constituent processes; all of them with their own specificities and marked by the political events of the last two years. This session provides a comparative vision of these processes in function of the role and strategies adopted by the big state powers: executive, legislative, judicial and military.
As part of the series “Mediterranean 2014: an open scenario”, which offers six sessions on the new geopolitical dynamics in the Mediterranean between February and March 2014.