Morocco offers one of the most promising contexts for democratic transition not merely in the Arab-Muslim world but in the entire developing world today. Yet at the same time it is a place where generalized disenchantment seems as if it may be threatening to overwhelm organized politics, to take on shapes that go well beyond politically framed opposition, and to reach out beyond ideologies and institutions to shake the very foundations of the social and political order.
Morocco’s Elections: Questions for the Future
Issue Date January 2008
Page Numbers 50-54