Salafism in the Maghreb (häftad)
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Boukhars, Anouar
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Salafism in the Maghreb (häftad)

Salafism in the Maghreb

Politics, Piety, and Militancy

Häftad Engelska, 2020-01-15
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Since the Arab Spring, the Arab countries of the Maghreb-Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libyahave emerged as a vitally strategically concern for the United States and Europe, given their impact on hydrocarbon security, terrorism and Mediterranean migrant flows. The conservative Islamist trend known as Salafism has emerged as a major socio-political force on this landscape. While much attention has been focused on the disruptive, militant expressions of
Salafi ideology like the Islamic State and al-Qaeda, Salafism is actually far more complex and dynamic. Informed by rich, on-the-ground interviews, Salafism in the Maghreb is the definitive yet accessible account of this oft-misunderstood current of Islamism.
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International Affairs [An] indispensable study of the recent evolutions of Salafism in the Maghreb...Boukhars and Wehrey's comprehensive account will be a valuable point of reference for all students of the region and for those interested in the global phenomenon of Salafism.

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Frederic Wehrey is a senior fellow in the Middle East program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He is the author of The Burning Shores: Inside the Battle for the New Libya and Sectarian Politics in the Gulf: From the Iraq War to the Arab Uprisings, which was chosen as a "Best Book on the Middle East" by Foreign Affairs magazine in 2014. His articles and commentary have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and the New Yorker, among other publications. He holds a doctorate in International Relations from Oxford University. Anouar Boukhars is a non-resident fellow in the Middle East program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and associate professor of International Relations at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland. He is the author of Politics in Morocco: Executive Monarchy and Enlightened Authoritarianism and the editor, with Jacques Roussellier, of Perspectives on Western Sahara: Myths, Nationalisms and Geopolitics. He holds a doctorate in international Studies from Old Dominion University.


Introduction Chapter One: Defining Salafism: Contexts and Currents Chapter Two: Ambiguities of Salafism in Mauritania: The State, Clerics and Violence Chapter Three: The Paradoxical Mutations of Salafism in Morocco Chapter Four: The Fragmentation of Salafism in Algeria Chapter Five: Managing Salafism: Tunisia's Post-Revolutionary Dilemma Chapter Six: Exploiting Chaos in Libya: The "Madkhalis" Rise from the Salafi Firmament Conclusion