Malaysia: Roots of a Democratic Society

YAM Tunku Zain Al-‘Abidin ibni Tuanku Muhriz

 

‘Religion and State are Twin Brothers’: Classical Muslim Political Theory

Dr. Muhammad Khalid Masud

 

Democratic Transition in the Muslim World: Prerequisites and Obstacles

Dr. Syed Farid al-Atas

 

Deconstructing a Dilemma: Democracy versus Islam

Dr. Alim Yilmaz

 

Political Attitudes of Islamism: A Brief Historical Perspective within Democratization

Dr. Hasan Yucel Basdemir

 

Re-reading the Relation Between Islam and Democracy in a Critical Way: The Hermeneutical Alternative

Dr. Kemal Bayram

 

The Constant Friction between Tradition and Modernity in Iran: The Rise and Fall of the Iranian Reformists

Dr. Seyed Emamian, Saeed Nariman, Hannaneh Akbari

 

Islamic Civilisation: Four Challenges

Kyai Haji Yahya Cholil Staquf

 

Evolution of Islamism in Malaysian Politics: The Splintering of the Islamic Party of Malaysia and the Spread of Progressive Ideas

Wan Saiful Wan Jan

 

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazal) Pakistan: From Political Conservatism to Modernity: A Case Study from 2002 – 2017

Fida Ur Rahman

 

Democratic Transitions: Are There Recipes for Success?

Dr. Deina Abdelkader

 

AK Party’s Democratisation Perspective: Plus and Minuses

Dr. Abdurrahman Babacan

 

A Critical Assessment of Hamas’ ‘Democratic Transformation’ and its Impact on Palestinian Politics

Dr. Nehad Khanfar

 
 

Elimination of Opposition Parties in a Democratic Society through Judicial Framework: Bangladesh Perspective

Dr. M Shahadat Hossain

 

Rise of the Islamists and Democratisation of the Arab World in the Post-Arab Spring: Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt from Politics to Prison

Dr. Rafiullah Azmi

 

Evolving Interplay of Islam and Politics from Islamist to Islamic Democrats

Waqas Ahmad