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POMEPS Studies 34

Shifting Global Politics and the Middle East

Conversations: Salafi Jihadism

Shiraz Maher speaks with Marc Lynch about his new book, Salafi-Jihadism: The History of an Idea.

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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 [...]

6:30 PM Reception at APSA 2019: With MEN... @ Medaterra
Reception at APSA 2019: With MEN... @ Medaterra
Aug 30 @ 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Reception at APSA 2019: With MENA Politics Section + Celebrating Lisa Wedeen's new book @ Medaterra
POMEPS invites you to join us for our 10th anniversary reception at the APSA Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. The reception will be held at Medaterra restaurant, a short walk from the conference hotels. Friday,[...]

#Tunisia is gearing up for one of the most competitive elections in North Africa's history.
In our latest piece, @iswerenfelsi and I look at how recent events have shaped candidates' calculations, and how the race may affect the country. #tnelec2019

Call for applications: Fulbright Scholar Middle East fellowships

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"Even though Tunisia has seen multiple elections since its 2011 revolution, this year’s presidential race is shaping up to be an exceptional one: hugely competitive and remarkably unpredictable," write @MaxGallien and @iswerenfelsi in the @monkeycageblog


ICYMI: The @IWPR seeks a Monitoring & Evaluation Reporting Intern in #Beirut. University degree or currently enrolled in an Undergraduate program required.



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