Monarchy and Political Reform in Morocco

Issue Date January 2001
Volume 12
Issue 1
Page Numbers 73-87
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Morocco’s new king, Mohamed VI, has two alternatives: He can invent a new “ruling bargain,” prolonging his father’s authoritarian rule in a new guise, or he can spearhead serious political reforms.

About the Author

Abdeslam M. Maghraoui, a Moroccan political scientist, is a visiting professor in the department of politics at Princeton University. Previously, he was a research fellow at Princeton’s Transregional Institute and taught Middle East politics at Georgetown University and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

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