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28 October 2019  

Tunisia's sustainable democratisation: Between new and anti-politics in the 2019…

on Tunisia

By Larbi Sadiki On 13 October, the election of retired constitutional law professor, Kais Saied, as Tunisia’s new president triggered a wide array of reactions and energised hopes...

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04 October 2019  

The Africa-Palestine Conference: Why South Africa must lead the way

on Palestine

By Ramzy Baroud On 16 September, I visited South Africa, a country where many Palestinians have always felt welcomed, if not overwhelmed by the degree of genuine and meaningful so...

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14 September 2019  

Tunisia’s presidential elections: A fragmented field

on Tunisia

  By Larbi Sadiki The Tunisian presidential race is heating up. With several front-runners and twenty-six candidates, the upcoming early elections on 15 September reflects a...

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06 September 2019  

The war ahead: Netanyahu's election gamble will be costly for…

on Israel

By Ramzy Baroud On 1 September, the Lebanese group Hizbullah, struck an Israeli military base near the border town of Avivim. The Lebanese attack came as an inevita...

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04 September 2019  

Budding frenemies: The complicated US-Turkish relationship

on Turkey

When Donald Trump was elected the forty-fifth president of the USA in November 2016, the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was among the first world leaders to congratulate ...

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14 August 2019  

Syria's security reshuffle highlights Russia's consolidation of power

on Syria

July began with a major shake-up in the Syrian military and intelligence apparatus. In an attempt to consolidate power after regaining territorial control over most of the country...

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28 October 2019  

Tunisia's sustainable democratisation: Between new and anti-politics in the 2019…

on Tunisia

By Larbi Sadiki On 13 October, the election of retired constitutional law professor, Kais Saied, as Tunisia’s new president triggered a wide array of reactions and energised hopes...

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04 October 2019  

The Africa-Palestine Conference: Why South Africa must lead the way

on Palestine

By Ramzy Baroud On 16 September, I visited South Africa, a country where many Palestinians have always felt welcomed, if not overwhelmed by the degree of genuine and meaningful so...

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14 September 2019  

Tunisia’s presidential elections: A fragmented field

on Tunisia

  By Larbi Sadiki The Tunisian presidential race is heating up. With several front-runners and twenty-six candidates, the upcoming early elections on 15 September reflects a...

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06 September 2019  

The war ahead: Netanyahu's election gamble will be costly for…

on Israel

By Ramzy Baroud On 1 September, the Lebanese group Hizbullah, struck an Israeli military base near the border town of Avivim. The Lebanese attack came as an inevita...

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04 September 2019  

Budding frenemies: The complicated US-Turkish relationship

on Turkey

When Donald Trump was elected the forty-fifth president of the USA in November 2016, the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was among the first world leaders to congratulate ...

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14 August 2019  

Syria's security reshuffle highlights Russia's consolidation of power

on Syria

July began with a major shake-up in the Syrian military and intelligence apparatus. In an attempt to consolidate power after regaining territorial control over most of the country...

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04 October 2019  

The Africa-Palestine Conference: Why South Africa must lead the way

on Palestine

By Ramzy Baroud On 16 September, I visited South Africa, a country where many Palestinians have always felt welcomed, if not overwhelmed by the degree of genuine and meaningful so...

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06 September 2019  

The war ahead: Netanyahu's election gamble will be costly for…

on Israel

By Ramzy Baroud On 1 September, the Lebanese group Hizbullah, struck an Israeli military base near the border town of Avivim. The Lebanese attack came as an inevita...

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04 September 2019  

Budding frenemies: The complicated US-Turkish relationship

on Turkey

When Donald Trump was elected the forty-fifth president of the USA in November 2016, the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was among the first world leaders to congratulate ...

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14 August 2019  

Syria's security reshuffle highlights Russia's consolidation of power

on Syria

July began with a major shake-up in the Syrian military and intelligence apparatus. In an attempt to consolidate power after regaining territorial control over most of the country...

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23 June 2019  

Strategic implications of the 'deal of the century' and the…

on Palestine-Israel

Aisling Byrne interviews Abdel Bari Atwan Donald Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ (DoC) - whether in its actual or conceptual form - is ushering in a new strategic era, providing cov...

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14 June 2019  

Postponed: Unveiling of Trump's 'deal of the century' frozen as…

on Palestine-Israel

Touted by its architects as the ‘deal of the century’, US president Donald Trump’s plan for Palestine and Israel has had to again be kept hidden as Israel heads back to elections a...

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23 October 2018  

Jamal Khashoggi, small spark for a large fire

on Saudi Arabia

By Hassan Aourid Until last Saturday, I was hopeful that the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at his country’s consulate in Istanbul was not more than a case of c...

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19 October 2018  

Khashoggi murder: Killing dissent even from within

on Saudi Arabia

The gruesome murder of exiled Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul was designed to be a clear and firm message for Saudi dissidents, and reflected th...

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08 July 2018  

As Hudaida falls to Saudi-Emirati coalition, peace for Yemen seems…

on Yemen

The recent and ongoing Saudi-Emirati offensive on the Yemeni port city of Hudaida will render UN special envoy Martin Griffiths’s ‘new’ solution to the five-year-long Yemeni crisis...

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18 May 2018  

Beyond Tradition and Modernity: Dilemmas of Transformation in Saudi Arabia

on Saudi Arabia

By Madawi Al-Rasheed Introduction The dominant narrative through which many observers understand Saudi Arabia depicts a progressive and modernist leadership struggling to gra...

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27 April 2018  

Chaotic Yemen: The deconstruction of a failed state and regional…

on Yemen

by Helen Lackner Yemen remains in the grip of its most severe crisis ever: the civil war between forces loyal to the internationally-recognised government of President Abd Rabbuh ...

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12 December 2017  

How the Saudis Escalated Yemen Struggle Beyond All Control

on Yemen

By Justin Podur Yemen is a small, poor country in a region empires have plundered for centuries. This civil war is a local struggle that has been escalated out of control by the a...

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28 October 2019  

Tunisia's sustainable democratisation: Between new and anti-politics in the 2019…

on Tunisia

By Larbi Sadiki On 13 October, the election of retired constitutional law professor, Kais Saied, as Tunisia’s new president triggered a wide array of reactions and energised hopes...

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14 September 2019  

Tunisia’s presidential elections: A fragmented field

on Tunisia

  By Larbi Sadiki The Tunisian presidential race is heating up. With several front-runners and twenty-six candidates, the upcoming early elections on 15 September reflects a...

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30 July 2019  

Geopolitics of Sudan Revolution - Presentation to AMEC

on Sudan

Sudan lies in the hotbed of the Horn of Africa, a region that has been plagued by decades of instability and ruin as a result of intense conflicts perpetuated by post-colonial vest...

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30 July 2019  

The December 2018 revolution and Sudanese professionals in the diaspora

on Sudan

WE LEFT SUDAN In drovesIn the late 80’s and 90’sIndeed, my generation of educated Sudanese professionals are scattered around the globe(Out of 200 medical graduates from Khartoum ...

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29 July 2019  

Geopolitics of Sudan Revolution - Presentation to AMEC

on Sudan

By Zeenat Adam 17 July 2019 Sudan lies in the hotbed of the Horn of Africa, a region that has been plagued by decades of instability and ruin as a result of intense conflicts per...

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17 April 2019  

Bashir falls but the security apparatus maintains control

on Sudan

Since the military ouster of Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir, early on Thursday, 11 April, after three months of protests, different military factions have been jos...

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12 October 2018  

Ethiopia, Eritrea: An unlikely peace deal in a fractious region

on Ethiopia

The recent peace deal between Ethiopia and Eritrea, signed 16 September 2018, is set to have lasting consequences for both countries and for the Horn of Africa ...

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06 April 2017  

Ensuring Somalia remains in conflict: Trump’s expanded ‘war on terror’

on Somalia

By Afro-Middle East Centre The 29 March decision by the administration of US president Donald Trump declaring Somalia an ‘area of active hostility’ will likely ensure an escalatio...

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10 October 2016  

South Sudan: Beyond the logjam of UNSC Resolution 2304

on South Sudan

By Majak D’Agoôt and Remember Miamingi No country is entirely self-contained or lacking in interdependencies. These interlocking interests form the critical part of any country’s ...

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28 April 2015  

Nigeria’s elections and future challenges

on Sub-Saharan Africa

By Afro-Middle East Centre The election of General Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s president will see a renewed focus by the government on domestic challenges posed by endemic...

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26 September 2013  

Kenyan hostage crisis: The desperation of al-Shabab

on Sub-Saharan Africa

By Afro-Middle East Centre The hostage drama at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi over the past week has raised a number of questions about the Somali organisation al-Shabab. After the...

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23 January 2013  

French military intervention will add to Mali’s problems

on Sub-Saharan Africa

By Afro-Middle east Centre   The north of Africa was plunged into yet another international conflict with France’s invasion of Mali on Friday, 11 January. Without im...

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23 April 2019  

India in Kashmir: Risking peace as an antidote to war

on South Asia

By Ranjan Solomon On 14 February 2019, a convoy of vehicles carrying security personnel on the Jammu Srinagar National Highway was attacked by a vehicle-borne suicide bomber ...

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28 August 2015  

Does Pakistan’s refusal to join Saudi Arabia in Yemen indicate…

on Pakistan

By Afro-Middle East Centre Allegedly, the current Saudi-led onslaught on Yemen has already caused destruction that resembles the destruction wrought in Syria over the la...

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31 March 2012  

The feasibility of a continued United States presence in Afghanistan

on South Asia

By Alex Strick van Linschoten and Felix Kuehn Recent events in Afghanistan have fuelled speculation over the ability of international forces to continue their presence in the coun...

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28 February 2012  

Dangerous uncertainty in Pakistan

on South Asia

By Junaid S. Ahmed With relations between Pakistan's civilian government and military incredibly tense, speculation is rife in the Pakistani and international media of a looming m...

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30 May 2011  

Pakistan-USA relations in the post-Usama era

on South Asia

By Junaid S. Ahmad The assassination of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan by US Special Forces was supposed to have been a landmark triumph that would bring peace and stability to the r...

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13 December 2010  

Kashmir and Obama's Indian appeasement

on South Asia

By Mohammad Abdullah Gul Obama's recent jive with school children in Delhi symbolises the nature of the new relationship that is emerging between India and the United States of Am...

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26 April 2017  

IS reorganising to face new challenges

on Political Islam

Reports in January 2017 that the leader of the Islamic State group (IS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, had been killed, reports that he had been captured by Russian troops in Syria, and th...

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07 March 2017  

IS in Africa: Containment and fragmentation

on Political Islam

By Afro-Middle East Centre With the Islamic State group (IS) losing territory in Syria and Iraq, many believe that the group will use the territory it controls in Africa as a fall...

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14 May 2016  

The Paradox of Survival and Expansion: How the Islamic State…

on Political Islam

Omar Ashour This paper examines the reasons for the military steadfastness of the Islamic State group (IS) in the face of local and international forces that are larger in numbers...

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19 December 2015  

ISIS in Africa: Reality far different from IS propaganda

on Political Islam

By Afro-Middle East Centre The revelation that the alleged mastermind of the 13 November Paris attacks claimed by the Islamic State group (IS) was of Moroccan descent, the tur...

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20 July 2015  

Remaining and expanding: Measuring the Islamic State group’s success in…

on Political Islam

By Afro-Middle East Centre Since its declaration of a ‘caliphate’ on 29 June 2014, the Islamic State group (IS), the brutal successor to al-Qa'ida, has gone from stren...

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31 January 2012  

The rise of 'Ikhwanophobia': Fear of the Muslim Brotherhood

on Political Islam

By Dr. Mohsen Saleh Introduction Fear of the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwanal-Muslimoon), the leading Islamist movement, has gained unprecedented international prominence since the b...

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18 February 2018  

Africa and the problem of foreign military bases

on 'War on terror'

At the establishment of the African Union (AU) in May 2001, discourses about human security and counter terrorism were ubiquitous both globally and on the continent. In Africa, the...

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21 November 2015  

The Paris attacks: Aftermath and the Islamic State group’s future

on 'War on terror'

By Afro-Middle East Centre The terror unleashed on Paris streets on 13 November reverberated throughout the world. From the G20 summit in Antalya to social media debates about how...

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28 May 2010  

Al-Qaeda in the New National Security Strategy

on 'War on terror'

By Mark Lynch The Obama administration's new National Security Strategy has been released today. It goes a long way towards providing a coherent framework for American foreign pol...

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16 February 2010  

Pakistan’s attitude towards Obama’s plan to negotiate with the Taliban

on 'War on terror'

By Dr. Ijaz Shafi Gilani U.S. President Barack Obama's plan to negotiate with the Taliban in Afghanistan has generally been welcomed in Pakistan. It is being seen as a vindication...

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07 February 2010  

Mission Absolute: American hegemony in space

on 'War on terror'

By Sourav Roy Come April 2010, officials from the sleepy Polish municipality of Morag will be gearing up for perhaps their most critical assignment in the new decade. Their job wi...

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The Speakers

Joseph Alagha

Joseph Alagha is a professor of Political Science at Haigazian University, Beirut, Lebanon. He is the author of Hizbullah’s DNA and the Arab Spring (2013); Hizbullah’s Identity Construction (2011), Hizbullah’s Documents (2011), and The Shifts in Hizbullah’s Ideology (2006). Alagha is a prolific writer on Islamic movements and the democratisation and liberalisation processes in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA). His current research deals with political mobilisation and the performing arts in the MENA region.

Abdullah Al-Arian

Abdullah Al-Arian is an assistant professor of History at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar. In 2014 he was a Carnegie Centennial Visiting Fellow with the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Denver. Al-Arian received his doctorate in History from Georgetown University. He is co-editor of the ‘Critical Currents in Islam’ page on the online publication Jadaliyya, andis a frequent contributor to the Al Jazeera English network and website. He authored Answering the Call: Popular Islam Activism in Sadat's Egypt (2014).

Husnul Amin

Husnul Amin did his PhD (2010) in Development Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague, Netherlands, with a dissertation entitled ‘From Islamism to Post-Islamism: A Study of  a New Intellectual Discourse on Islam and Modernity in Pakistan’. Amin teaches in the Department of Politics and International Relations, International Islamic University Islamabad, and is an Iqbal Fellow at the Iqbal International Institute for Research and Dialogue, Islamabad.

Hamid Bobboyi

Hamid Bobboyi obtained his BA and PhD degrees from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, where he also served as a research fellow. He was also a senior research fellow at the Northern History Research Project, Ahmadu Bello University, Kaduna, Nigeria, and director of the Centre for Historical Documentation and Research at the university. Bobboyi has written widely on the history of Northern Nigeria, intellectual culture, and peace-building and regional integration. He was also a visiting scholar to several universities in the North America, Africa, Europe and Asia. Bobboyi held positions in several non-governmental organisations. He is currently the Director of the Centre for Regional Integration and Development, Abuja.

Jocelyne Cesari

Jocelyne Cesari is a senior fellow at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center where she directs the Islam in World Politics programme. She teaches contemporary Islam at the Harvard Divinity School and directs the Harvard interfaculty program ‘Islam in the West’. Her research focuses on religion and international politics, Islam and globalisation, Islam and secularism, immigration, and religious pluralism. Her latest book is The Islamic Awakening: Religion, Democracy and Modernity (2014). She also authored When Islam and Democracy Meet: Muslims in Europe and in the United States (2006) and Why the West Fears Islam: An Exploration of Islam in Western Liberal Democracies (2013). Cesari coordinates two major web resources on Islam and politics: Islamopedia Online and Euro-Islam.info.

David Commins

David Commins is professor of History and the Benjamin Rush Distinguished Chair in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Dickinson College. His publications include Islamic Reform: Politics and Social Change in Late Ottoman Syria (1990), Historical Dictionary of Syria (2013), The Wahhabi Mission and Saudi Arabia (2009), and The Gulf States: A Modern History (2014).  He earned his BA at the University of California, Berkeley, and his PhD from the University of Michigan.

Ebrahim Shabbir Deen

Ebrahim Shabbir Deen is researcher at the Afro-Middle East Centre. He assisted establish the first student consultancy in Africa (Consulting Academy Johannesburg), and was the first South African on its advisory board. He is a frequent commentator on television and radio on the MENA region, and is the author of Hezbullah vs. the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: A social democratic perspective (2012). He holds an MA in International Relations from the University of the Witwatersrand.

Mohammad H Fadel

Mohammad H Fadel is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. He wrote his Ph.D. dissertation on legal process in medieval Islamic law at the University of Chicago. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 2000 and practised law with the firm of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York, where he worked on corporate finance transactions and securities-related regulatory investigations. Fadel has published numerous articles in Islamic legal history and on Islam and liberalism.

Abdullahi Gallab

Abdullahi Gallab brings to his research the unique perspectives of a scholar and former journalist in Sudan. He is the author of The First Islamist Republic: Development and Disintegration of Islamism in the Sudan (2008) and A Civil Society Deferred: The Tertiary Grip of Violence in the Sudan (2013). He is currently working on another book on Sudan: The Second Republic: Islamism in the Sudan from Disintegration to Oblivion.

Usamah Hamdan

Usamah Hamdan is the most senior representative of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in Lebanon. A former head of international relations for the organisation, he is also a member of Hamas’s politburo. He is also a member of the Arab National Congress and the Arab Islamic Conference of the Board of Trustees of the Jerusalem Institute in Lebanon. Hamdan was born in the Bureij refugee camp in Gaza. His family had fled the village of al-Batani al-Sharqi during the 1948 war. Since then, he has lived in Kuwait, Jordan, Iran and Lebanon. From 1994 to 1998 he was Hamas’s representative in Iran.

 

Stig Jarle Hansen

Stig Hansen is an associate professor and leader of the MA programme in international relations at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. He is the author of the renowned al Shabaab in Somalia: The History and Ideology of a Militant Islamist Group, 2005-2013 (2013), and The Borders of Islam: Exploring Samuel Huntington’s Faultlines from Al-Andalus to the Virtual Ummah (2009). Hansen is one of a few non-Somali experts on Somalia, and has been annually doing fieldwork in Mogadishu since 2004. He is a leading world expert on politics and religion with a focus on the Horn of Africa and the Arab Peninsula, and has appeared as an expert commenter on BBC, CNN, Al Arabiya, Al Jazeera, Chinese Channel 4, NBC and Bloomberg.

Nura Hossainzadeh

Nura Hossainzadeh is a PhD candidate (ABD) in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, and a graduate of Harvard College, where she earned her AB in Government. She also studied Islamic theology and Islamic political thought in seminaries in Qom, Iran. Hossainzadeh is currently writing her dissertation on the political thought of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Her research interests include Islamic political thought, contemporary Iranian political thought, and methods of comparative political theory. She has taught courses in Modern Arab Political Thought, American Political Thought and American Government.

Khaled Hroub

Khaled Hroub is the director of the Cambridge Arab Media Project (CAMP) at the University of Cambridge, where he teaches contemporary Middle East politics and history. He is the author of several books on political Islam that appeared in different languages. He also published a poetry volume in Arabic (2009), a literary collection (2009), and a current affairs account (Fragility of Ideology and the Might of Politics (2010). Hroub hosted a weekly book review show (‘Al-Kitab Khayru Jalees – A book is your best company’) on Al-Jazeera.

Stéphane LaCroix

Stéphane LaCroix is an associate professor of political science at Sciences Po, and a researcher at the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales (CERI). He is the author of Awakening Islam: The Politics of Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia (2011), Saudi Arabia in Transition: Insights on Social, Political, Economic and Religious Change (2015 – with B Haykel and T Hegghammer) and L'Egypte en révolution(s) (2015 - with B Rougier).

Larbi Sadiki

Larbi Sadiki is an author, political scientist and senior lecturer at the University of Exeter, UK, specialising in Arab and Middle Eastern democratisation processes. He received a number of fellowships and awards, including from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Heinrich Böll Foundationand the Arab and Islamic Centre at the University of Melbourne. He has published path-breaking books such as Re-thinking Arab Democratization: Elections without democracy (2009), The Search for Arab Democracy: Discourses and Counter-discourses (2002) and Democratic Transition in the Middle East: Unmaking Power (2013). Sadiki's academic articles have been published in journals such as Political Studies, Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Democratization and Arab Studies Quarterly. His views and opinions are also widely sought and he is a regular columnist for Al Jazeera’s English service. Sadiki holds a PhD in political science and international relations from the Australian National University.

Ashur Shamis

Ashur Shamis was an activist against the Gaddafi regime in Libya for nearly thirty years. He co-founded and organised an opposition group that was the target of Gaddafi’s death squads. In 2001 he established the website www.akhbarlibya.com which played a leading role in fighting Gaddafi and in overthrowing the regime in 2011. He served as an advisor to the transitional government in Libya.

Omar Shaukat

Omar Shaukat is a research fellow at the Afro-Middle East Centre, where his focuses include the Syrian crisis and the Islamic State group. He also maintains an active interest in political theory and the sociology of social movements in the Muslim world.

Azzam Tamimi

Azzam Tamimi is the director of the Institute of Islamic Political Thought in London, and has been visiting professor at Kyoto University (2004) and Nagoya University (2006). He has published several books on Middle Eastern and Islamic politics, including Rachid Ghannouchi: Democrat within Islamism (2001/2013), Hamas: A History from Within (2011), and Hamas, the Unwritten Chapters (2006).

Abdulkader Tayob

Abdulkader Tayob is professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Cape Town, and is the head of the Department of Religious Studies. He has worked and published on Islam in South Africa, Africa and modern Islam in general. His current work focuses on religion education in post-colonial contexts. His recent books – Muslim Schools and Education in Europe and South Africa (2011), Religion in Modern Islamic Discourse (2010), and The Life of Muhammad: Al-Wāqidi’s Kitab Al-Maghāzī(2011), add to his earlier books on Islam in South Africa. In addition, he has authored numerous articles and book chapters.

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20 October 2019  

Syria accuses Turkey of violating a ceasefire deal:…

Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria have accused Turkey of violating a ceasefire deal by refusing to allow the evacuation of trapped civilians. Turkey has also accused Kurds of violating the ceasefire...

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09 October 2019  

Reaction to Turkey, Syria conflict: Matshidiso Motsoeneng

Turkey has launched a military operation against Kurdish fighters in northeastern Syria. Warplanes have bombed militia positions in towns near the border, killing two civilians. To discuss this ongoin...

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16 September 2019  

An Evening With Ramzy Baroud - Journalist /…

He has just recently written a book "The Last Earth - A Palestinian Story" which tell the stories of dispossession, exile, and loss of ordinary Palestinians.... but it is also about hope and residence...

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