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Why democracy took root in Tunisia and not Egypt
The Nation Pakistan

The Tunisia success story

By Fareed Zakaria NEW YORK — More than 20 years ago, the scholar Samuel Huntington established his famous two turnover test for fledgling democracies. A country can only be said to be a consolidated democracy, he argued, when there have been two ... The Japan News, 3 weeks ago
Tunisia's success story stands out in Arab world New Straits Times, 3 weeks ago
Why Is Tunisia Succeeding, and not Egypt? RealClearWorld, 3 weeks ago

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Cloud of Mercy

A reader asks your columnist why he ended his Monday piece, To Hell and Back, with the image of Samuel P Huntington laughing in the clouds. The historian predicted a future with conflicts due to civilisational and cultural reasons rather than on ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Spiritual Atheist: Cloud of Mercy  Speaking Tree2 months ago
Global Research

Monkey Cage: Ukraine and ISIS are not justifications of a 'clash of civilizations'

***** Samuel Huntington, the venerated Harvard professor and influential scholar of international conflict, who passed away in 2008, is best known for his acclaimed 1996 book, "The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order." He argued ...
 Austin American Statesman2 months ago Mark Lawrence Schrad: Ukraine and ISIS are not justifications of a 'clash of civilizations'  KPNews.com2 months ago The Islamic State (ISIS), The Boogeymen of Our Times: Justifying US Hegemony and Humanitarian Warfare  Global Research2 days ago Ukraine and ISIS are not justifications of a Clash of Civilizations  Washington Post2 months ago

Monkey Cage: Why is Tunisian democracy succeeding while the Turkish model is failing?

In an influential book in 1991, Samuel Huntington established the "two-turnover" test to distinguish between emerging and consolidated democracies. For a democracy to be consolidated, according to the test, free and fair elections must twice have ...
 Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago Why is Tunisian democracy succeeding while the Turkish model is failing?  Washington Post2 weeks ago

Ethnic diversities and security of the state

Minorities should be given freehand In his groundbreaking 1993 article in Foreign Affairs , Samuel P Huntington proposed that the fundamental source of conflict in the new world will not be primarily ideological or economic, but cultural.
 Pakistan Today4 days ago

Religious politics: Fani-Kayode and the looming anarchy

N igeria is a perfect example of what Samuel Huntington, the late preeminent Harvard professor of political science and international relations, called a cleft society. It is a nation where two global religions, Christianity and Islam, are present ...
 Business Day Nigeria1 week ago

Clash within civilisations

Was Huntington wrong? When Samuel P Huntington in the year 1996 proposed the idea of clash of civilisations, it, though being controversial, became immensely popular in political and academic circles. He presented the idea that conflicts in ...
 Pakistan Today1 week ago Bill Maher's first amendment rights  Examiner.com3 weeks ago

Clash of Meanings in Namibia

[New Era]In 1993 one of the most celebrated scholars of political theory, Samuel Huntington authored an article in the Journal of Foreign Affairs under the title: The Clash of Civilizations. Source:
 Architect Africa Online1 month ago

IS threat calls for a global response

FAMOUS American political scientist Samuel P. Huntington (1927-2008) may be laughing from his grave now with a sense of vindication by more people about his theory, the "Clash of Civilizations". He had many critics (including this writer) who had ...
 The Sun Daily1 month ago
Boston Globe

The Boston Raphael by Belinda Rathbone

Samuel B. Hammat/GLobe file/1969 MFA director Perry Rathbone examines the portrait that became the center of an art controversy. In February of 1971, Perry Rathbone, director of the Museum of Fine Arts, was fighting fires on too many fronts to ...
 Boston Globe1 month ago
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