The concept of civil society is one of the most controversial in cultural and political circles in both of the Arab and African Worlds. Yet, it did not receive the appropriate attention of both its advocates and its detractors, who consider it to be the product of an alien civilization. This study is based on the premise that the existence of a real Civil Society, independent of both State and Family, and based on the concepts of civilization and tolerance, will lead to full integration on all national, regional and continental levels.
African Journal of Political Science and International Relations
Africa (Northern) / Egypt
Africa (Northeastern) / Sudan
Africa (Northern) / Algeria
Africa (Northern) / Morocco
Africa (Northern) / Tunisia
Africa (Northern) / Libya
Africa (Northern) / Comoros
Copyright 2008 African Journal of Political Science and International Relations.
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