Walad al-Ṣiddīq, Mīlūd / Ould Seddik, Miloud

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"Al-Diktārūriyyah : aw al-intiqāl naḥwa ʾl-majhūl : dirāsah waṣfiyyah taḥlīliyyah li-khaṣāʾiṣ al-diktātūriyyāt wa-kayfiyyat muwājahatihā" [Dictatorship or: The Transition towards the Unknown. Descriptive-Analytical Study of the Characteristics of Dictatorships and the Way to Confront Them] in African Journal of Political Science (AJPS) / Revue africaine de science politique / Al-Majallah al-afrīqiyyah li-l-ʿulūm al-siyāsiyyah [Pretoria / Cairo?], Vol. 20?, No. 1? [28 July 2015], pp. ??.

Published online:

http://www.maspolitiques.com/ar/index.php/ar/flexicontact/2017-02-06-17-54-23/741-dirasssss

In a general critique of dictatorship, the Algerian political scientist Mīlūd Walad al-Ṣiddīq [Miloud Ould Seddik] calls Stefan Zweig's Castellio gegen Calvin oder Ein Gewissen gegen die Gewalt one of the most impressive artistic treatments of the subject, relying thereby on the judgment the British-Iraqi journalist Fāḍil al-Sulṭānī [Fadhil Assultani] gave in his review of the Arabic translation thereof

See: <http://zweig.fredonia.edu/index.php?title=Al-Sul%E1%B9%AD%C4%81n%C4%AB%2C_F%C4%81%E1%B8%8Dil_/_Assultani%2C_Fadhil>

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