The turmoil in Egypt following the 2013 coup reflects the degree to which that country's decades-long experience of authoritarian rule continues to undermine the democratic process...
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In the latest thematic guide, Russell Hopley (Bowdoin College) outlines the history of North Africa. In addition, Allen Fromherz (Georgia State University) presents a new course plan and syllabus on the modern Gulf region, while Laurent Bonnefoy (Centre d’études et de recherches internationales/Sciences Po Paris) provides a lesson plan on Yemeni Islamist Movements.
The Arab Spring
In this new series of scholarly and journalistic articles, guest contributors explore the major issues surrounding the Arab Spring, from religious discourse to political developments to cultural and artistic expressions. In the latest edition, Ronald Bruce St John assesses the situation in Libya since the 2011 revolution...Read more
What Everyone Needs to Know about Islam, Second Edition
Here is a fast, centralized path to John Esposito's updated guide to Muslim faith, customs, and political beliefs, based on questions Esposito has been asked by a diverse range of audiences...Read more
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