The rule of law, Islam, and constitutional politics in Egypt and Iran
The rule of law, Islam, and constitutional politics in Egypt and Iran / Saïd Amir Arjomand and Nathan J. Brown, editors.
|Other authors:||Arjomand, Said Amir.Brown, Nathan J.|
Table of Contents:
- Shiite jurists and the Iranian law and constitutional order in the twentieth century / Saïd Amir Arjomand
- The special courts of the clergy (Dadgah-e Vizheh-ye Ruhaniyyat) and the repression of dissident clergy in Iran / Mirjam Künkler
- The principle of legality in the Iranian constitutional and criminal law / Silvia Tellenbach
- Constitutionalism and parliamentary struggle for relevance and independence in post-Khomeini Iran / Farideh Farhi
- The politics of property in the Islamic Republic of Iran / Kaveh Ehsani
- Legal reforms in Egypt : the rule of law and consolidation of state authoritarianism / Nathalie Bernard-Maugiron
- Appendix : selections from the 2007 amendments to the 1971 Constitution / translated by Dina Bishara
- Rule of law, ideology, and human rights in Egyptian courts / Mustapha Kamel Al-Sayyid
- Islam in Egypt's cacophonous constitutional order / Nathan J. Brown
- Surviving under rule by law : explaining ideological change in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood / Bruce K. Rutherford
- Egypt's Ulama in the state, in politics, and in the Islamist vision / Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen
- Egypt's constitutional revolution? / Nathan J. Brown.