Maria Josua

What Drives Diffusion? Anti-Terrorism Legislation in the Arab Middle East and North Africa

Journal of Global Security Studies | 2021


  • Journal

    Journal of Global Security Studies

    Jahrgang/Band

    6

    Nummer

    3

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.07.2019 - 30.06.2023

    Die Rechtfertigung von Repression in autoritären Regimen der arabischen Welt: Offizielles Framing und dessen Zielgruppen

    This project offers a new perspective on how repression can sustain authoritarianism. It focuses on Tunesia and Morocco – two countries with divergent trajectories during the Arab uprisings. Bridging framing and autocracy research, the project develops a new concept of justifications of repression. It shows how their application in different branches of government differs, why certain types of justifications are chosen, and what effect they have.
    DFG, 2019-2023

    Alexander Dukalskis

    Dr. Mirjam Edel

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Merouan Mekouar

    Kressen Thyen

    Sean Yom

    Holger Zapf

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.07.2014 - 30.06.2019

    International Diffusion and Cooperation of Authoritarian Regimes - IDCAR-Network

    In politics and political science alike, the increasing international influence of authoritarian regimes has become a central concern around the globe. From 2014-2019, the IDCAR network brought together some of the most renowned scholars in the field to produce high-level research and, based on this, policy advice and public outreach.
    Leibniz Association, 2014-2019

    Julia Bader

    Jason Brownlee

    Valerie Bunce

    Prof. Dr. Aurel Croissant

    May Darwich

    Jun. Prof. Thomas Demmelhuber

    Marlies Glasius

    Marianne Kneuer

    Karrie Koesel

    Wolfgang Merkel

    Christoph H. Stefes

    Oisin Tansey

    Lucan Way

    Prof. Dr. Kurt Weyland

    Prof. Dr. Laurence Whitehead

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