The study shows the roots of elite cooperation and the impact on transition outcomes during the transition attempts in the MENA. It argues that past coalition building experience among opposition actors produce an organizational capital, trust and a shared vision that help elites to credibly signal each other to commit to cooperation in times of transitions. The study provides evidence for the arguments from fieldwork on the cases of Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia and experiments from two original surveys in Tunisia and Algeria.

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