Transformations of Contemporary Political Thought, Its Functions and Characteristics the Research is Derived from a Master's Thesis

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Dr. Jassim Muhammad Harjan, Dai Hassan Abed Hafez


The national idea  that dominated Arab societies between the first and second wars, and then the idea of Arab nationalism that revived in the sixties, has become, with dogmatism, a national thought,  from which it  derives the  main axis for the crystallization of the socio-political forces active in these societies today, and the term  political  thought has emerged to describe movements of political change that believe in the regime of the United Nations.  Political to govern, it is  a political, social, legal and economic system suitable  for building state institutions,  but most importantly are the frustrations, disappointments and failures thathave attributed  the contemporary political  situation in protest against the deplorable conditions in terms of national and human dignity and resistance to the domination of tyranny. Inside and  outsideJ, it has turned into a scarecrow that alternates between the Arab regime and the West, and this ideology  is no longer  a spontaneous popular culture practiced by politicians as their identity, but rather a  political issue with a  contemporary intellectualdimension.

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