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POMEPS Studies 40

Africa and the Middle East: Beyond the Divides

POMEPS Middle East Podcast

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The Project on Middle East Political Science, POMEPS, is a collaborative network designed to enhance the broader Middle East’s political science field and its engagement with the broader academic discipline, public policy, and the public sphere. POMEPS seeks to shape innovative new approaches to the political science of the region, support the field’s publication in [...]

Please check out this survey on work/life balance in academia during COVID-19! More information here → https://pomeps.org/survey-research-productivity-amidst-pandemic-times

Check out Alexander Thurston's piece, "Why Are There Few Islamist Parties South of the Sahara?" - included in our new issue - POMEPS Studies 40 - Africa and the Middle East: Beyond the Divides
https://pomeps.org/why-are-there-few-islamist-parties-south-of-the-sahara

Check out "Rethinking the weak state paradigm in light of the war on terror: Evidence from the Islamic Republic of Mauritania" by Zekeria Ould Ahmed Salem - included in our new issue - POMEPS Studies 40 - Africa and the Middle East: Beyond the Divides
https://pomeps.org/rethinking-the-weak-state-paradigm-in-light-of-the-war-on-terror-evidence-from-the-islamic-republic-of-mauritania

Check out Afifa Ltifi's piece, "Black Tunisians and the Pitfalls of Bourguiba's Homogenization Project" - included in our new issue - POMEPS Studies 40 - Africa and the Middle East: Beyond the Divides
https://pomeps.org/black-tunisians-and-the-pitfalls-of-bourguibas-homogenization-project

Check out "National Identity in the Afro-Arab Periphery: Ethnicity, Indigeneity and (anti)Racism in Morrocco" written by Hisham Aïdi - included in our new issue - POMEPS Studies 40 - Africa and the Middle East: Beyond the Divides
https://pomeps.org/national-identity-in-the-afro-arab-periphery-ethnicity-indigeneity-and-antiracism-in-morocco

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