From our Podcast On this week’s POMEPS Conversation, Hind Ahmed Zaki speaks with Marc Lynch about feminism and women’s rights movements in the wake of the Arab Spring. Zaki particiapted in POMEPS’s panel, “Women in the Middle East Political Sphere after the
On this week’s POMEPS Conversation, Hind Ahmed Zaki speaks with Marc Lynch about feminism and women’s rights movements in the wake of the Arab Spring. Zaki particiapted in POMEPS’s panel, “Women in the Middle East Political Sphere after the Uprisings” on
POMEPS Studies 18: Reflections Five years After the Uprisings The early months of 2016 mark five years since the eruption of the Arab uprising. The region’s wars, failed transitions, resurgent authoritarianism, and spiraling sectarianism and Islamist extremism make for
There are now more than half a million Israeli settlers living in the Israeli-occupied West Bank including East Jerusalem. Successive Israeli governments have facilitated this process, even though settlements are unlawful under international humanitarian law and are part and parcel
This week’s conversation is with Amaney Jamal. She speaks with Marc Lynch about the After the Uprisings conference co-hosted by Princeton University and POMEPS, and the future of political science in the Middle East. You can subscribe to POMEPS Conversations podcast
From our Podcast This week in our POMEPS Conversations podcast #59, Marc Lynch sits down with Merouan Mekouar to discuss the challenges facing Morocco now, five years after Arab uprisings rocked the region. Last week in POMEPS Conversations podcast #58, Marc Lynch
POMEPS studies 17: Evolving Methodologies in the Study of Islamism On January 29, 2016, scholars gathered for the Project on Middle East Political Science’s 3rd Annual workshop on Islamist politics as part of our Islam in a Changing Middle East initiative.
This week’s conversation is with Steven Brooke. He speaks with Marc Lynch about the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt over the past five years and prospects for future study of the group. Brooke is noted for his research on the Brotherhood
Hello from Princeton University! We’re here as part of a collaboration for a discussion on “After the Uprisings: The Arab World in Freefall, Fragmentation or Reconfiguration?” Watch live today and tomorrow here, or follow the conversation on Twitter with #AftertheUprisings.
This week’s conversation is with Sean L. Yom. He speaks with Marc Lynch about his new book, From Resilience to Revolution, and the role of foreign and domestic actors in Middle East politics. You can subscribe to POMEPS Conversations podcast on