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Jordan: A Democratic Audit

Table of Contents

Dr. Adli Hawwari


Preface

Introduction

Jordan: History and Political System

Assessment: 1989-2010

1. Citizenship, Law and Rights

1.1: Nationhood and Citizenship

1.2: Rule of Law and Access to Justice

1.3: Civil and Political Rights

1.4: Economic and Social Rights

2. Representative and Accountable Government

2.1 Free and Fair Elections

2.2 Democratic Role of Political Parties

2.3 Effective and Responsive Government

2.4 Democratic Effectiveness of Parliament

2.5 Civilian Control of Military and Police

2.6 Integrity in Public Life

3. Civil Society and Popular Participation

3.1: The Media

3.2: Participation in Public Life

3.3: Decentralization

4. Democracy Beyond the State

4.1 External Influences on Jordan

4.2 Jordan’s Impact Abroad

Detailed Assessment: 1989-2010

1: Citizenship, Law, and Rights

1.1: Nationhood and Citizenship

1.2: Rule of Law and Access to Justice

1.3: Civil and Political Rights

2: Representative & Accountable Government

2.1: Free and Fair Elections

2.3: Effective and Responsive Government

2.5: Civilian Control of the Military

2.6: Integrity in Public Life

3: Civil Society & Popular Participation

3.1: Media in a Democratic Society

3.2: Political Participation

3.3: Decentralization

4: Democracy Beyond the State

4.1: External Influences

4.2: Democratic Impact Abroad

Assessment: 2011-2019

Updated Appraisal: 2011-2019

1. Citizenship, Law and Rights

1.1. Nationhood and Citizenship

1.2. Rule of Law and Access to Justice

1.3. Civil and Political Rights

1.4. Economic and Social Rights

2. Representative and Accountable Government

2.1. Free and Fair Elections

2.2. The Democratic Role of Political Parties

2.3. Effective and Responsive Government

2.4. The Democratic Effectiveness of Parliament

2.5. Civilian Control of the Military and Police

2.6. Integrity in Public Life

3. Civil Society and Popular Participation

3.1. The Media in a Democratic Society

3.2. Political Participation

3.3. Decentralization

4. Democracy Beyond the State

4.1. External Influences on the Country’s Democracy

4.2. The Country’s Democratic Impact Abroad

Conclusions

Characterizing the Change in Jordan

1. Islam

2. Islamism

3. A State Dependent on Serving a Role

4. Political Feudalism

5. ‘Certain Forces’ Work Against Change

6. Rentierism

7. Arab-Israeli Conflict

8. The West is Responsible

9. Rustow’s Antecedents

Epilogue

Bibliography


Adli Hawwari (2020). Reluctant Liberalisation: A Democratic Auditzzzzz of Jordan, 1989-2019. London: Ud Al -Nad Ltd.

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