Francesco Cavatorta
Francesco Cavatorta
Department of Political Science, Universite Laval
Verified email at pol.ulaval.ca
TitleCited byYear
The Arab uprisings in theoretical perspective–an introduction
M Pace, F Cavatorta
Mediterranean Politics 17 (2), 125-138, 2012
1912012
Moderation through exclusion? The journey of the Tunisian Ennahda from fundamentalist to conservative party
F Cavatorta, F Merone
Democratization 20 (5), 857-875, 2013
1352013
Civil society, Islamism and democratisation: the case of Morocco
F Cavatorta
The Journal of Modern African Studies 44 (2), 203-222, 2006
1202006
Strengthening authoritarian rule through democracy promotion? Examining the paradox of the US and EU security strategies: the case of Bin Ali's Tunisia
V Durac, F Cavatorta
British journal of Middle Eastern studies 36 (1), 3-19, 2009
1052009
Civil society and democratization in the Arab world: The dynamics of activism
F Cavatorta, V Durac
Routledge, 2010
1042010
The end of authoritarian rule and the mythology of Tunisia under Ben Ali
F Cavatorta, RH Haugbølle
Mediterranean Politics 17 (2), 179-195, 2012
1012012
‘Divided they stand, divided they fail’: opposition politics in Morocco
F Cavatorta
Democratization 16 (1), 137-156, 2009
732009
The EU's democratization agenda in the Mediterranean: a critical inside-out approach
M Pace, P Seeberg, F Cavatorta
Democratization 16 (1), 3-19, 2009
682009
Will the real Tunisian opposition please stand up? Opposition coordination failures under authoritarian constraints
R Hostrup Haugbølle, F Cavatorta
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 38 (3), 323-341, 2011
632011
Salafism in Tunisia: challenges and opportunities for democratization
SM Torelli, F Merone, F Cavatorta
Middle East Policy 19 (4), 140-154, 2012
612012
Arab spring: the awakening of civil society: a general overview
F Cavatorta
na, 2012
612012
The international context of Morocco's stalled democratization
F Cavatorta
Democratization 12 (4), 548-566, 2005
582005
Geopolitical challenges to the success of democracy in North Africa: Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco
F Cavatorta
Democratization 8 (4), 175-194, 2001
552001
The international dimension of the failed Algerian transition: Democracy betrayed?
F Cavatorta
The international dimension of the failed Algerian transition, 2013
542013
Civil society activism under authoritarian rule: A comparative perspective
F Cavatorta
Routledge, 2012
502012
Salafist movement and sheikh-ism in the Tunisian democratic transition
F Merone, F Cavatorta
Middle East Law and Governance 5 (3), 308-330, 2013
49*2013
The convergence of governance: upgrading authoritarianism in the Arab world and downgrading democracy elsewhere?
F Cavatorta
Middle East Critique 19 (3), 217-232, 2010
492010
Continuity and change in party positions towards Europe in Italian parties: an examination of parties' manifestos
S Kritzinger, F Cavatorta, R Chari
Journal of European Public Policy 11 (6), 954-974, 2004
472004
Beyond Ghannouchi. Islamism and Social Change in Tunisia
RH Haugbølle, F Cavatorta
Middle East Report 262 (Spring 2012), 20-25, 2012
462012
‘Vive la grande famille des médias tunisiens’ Media reform, authoritarian resilience and societal responses in Tunisia
RH Haugbølle, F Cavatorta
The Journal of North African Studies 17 (1), 97-112, 2012
452012
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