Abstract: Different patterns of military hegemony and different strategies adopted by elected. Continue reading
Training Director at Al-Sharq Forum. He holds a post-graduate Diploma of “Civil Society and Human Rights”, Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences at Cairo University (2010), A diploma of Political Research and Studies from Institute of Arab Research and Studies, Arab League (2012), and a diploma in Islamic Studies from The Higher Institute for Islamic Studies (2012).(MA) degree of political sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences at American University of Cairo (2015). Has published a book titled: “Wahhabism and the Brotherhood: the conflict on the concept of the state and the legitimacy of power”. Research Interests: Islamism, State-theory, and Comparative MENA studies.
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Absract At its tenth national congress, the Ennahda Movement declared that they would separate “politics”. Continue reading
Abstract In this paper, many tools and methods commonly recommended by the literature of democratization are. Continue reading
The first Egyptian parliamentary elections since the military coup were conducted between October 17th and December 2nd this year. Although many observers have underestimated this election and its political significance, it nonetheless offers important insights into the nature of the evolving authoritarian regime in Egypt and clues as to the future of its democratic transformation.