22 Dec, 2021

The voter intention-behaviour gap, public perception and the consequences for Libya’s election

Miriam Tresh | 22 December 2021

Following the UN-mediated Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, Libya’s first national elections since 2014 were announced. In advocating for early elections as a post-conflict solution to instability, policymakers have failed to consider the reality of electoral participation for citizens. In actuality, voting is a high-cost low-benefit
The voter intention-behaviour gap, public perception and the consequences for Libya’s election2021-12-27T16:46:56+03:00
14 Dec, 2021

‘Quietist’ Salafism in North Africa: Outlining Moroccan and Libyan Developments

Guy Robert Eyre Inga Kristina Trauthig | 14 December 2021

‘Quietist’ Salafis, considered typically to reject politics, political activism, and violence, and instead focus on religious education and learning, are in many ways the ‘heart’ of global Salafism. They also have deep roots and a significant following in North Africa, including in Morocco and Libya
‘Quietist’ Salafism in North Africa: Outlining Moroccan and Libyan Developments2021-12-20T13:10:41+03:00
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