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Conference Report

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

How to Improve Relations with the Muslim World – Challenges and Promises Ahead   The election of President Barack Hussein Obama...

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Live Stream

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

For the first time, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy is making available their conference for remote participants....

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Abstracts

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

“Islamist Movements in the Electoral Process in Arab World” by Nathan Brown “The Obama Administration: Engaging the Muslim World...

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Nathan J. Brown, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and George Washington University

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Nathan Brown, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, is a distinguished scholar and...

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Nathan C. Funk, Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, The University of Waterloo

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Dr. Funk earned his Ph.D. in International Relations (2000) from the American University School of International Service in Washington,...

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Anwar N Haddam, Movement for Liberty and Justice-Algeria

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Anwar N Haddam is the President and co-founder of the Movement for Liberty & Social Justice (MLJS, Algeria, 2007). A student and a...

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Dr. Mohamed Nimer, School of International Service, American University

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Dr. Mohamed Nimer is assistant professor at the School of International Service , American University in Washington , D.C. His research...

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Dr. Osama Kadi, Syrian Center for Political and Strategic Studies

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Osama Kadi is the founder and president of Syrian Center for Political and Strategic Studies SCPSS, a non-profit organization in...

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Dr Halim Rane, Griffith University, Australia

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Dr Halim Rane has a Bachelor of Human Sciences degree in Sociology and Islamic Studies, a Master’s degree in Media Studies, and a PhD in...

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Sudha Ratan, Department of Political Science, Augusta State University

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Dr. Ratan received her B.A in History from Stella Maris College in Madras, India, a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Madras,...

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Abdellatif Mohamed Saied, The International Quranic Center

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Abdellatif M. Saied is the Egypt country coordinator of the International Quranic Center in Washington DC- a nonprofit 501c3 organization...

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Radwan Ziadeh, Carr Center for Human Rights, Harvard University

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Radwan Ziadeh is a visiting scholar at Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard University and Visiting Fellow at Chatham House (The Royal...

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Islamist Movements in the Electoral Process in Arab World

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Islamist movements in the Arab world generally have broad and diffuse agenda. In recent years, however, some movements have devoted far...

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The Obama Administration: Engaging the Muslim World with a new Mindset; Challenges and Opportunities

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

“To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect.”  This historical statement made...

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Hamas, Likud, and the Obama Quest for Peace in the Middle East

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Will Hamas agree to recognize Israel? I will argue that this question is much less significant for the Obama Administration than...

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Improving American Syrian Relations: Toward a Strategic Plan

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

While United States politicians were busy listing Syrian on their list of terrorist –sponsor states and imposing economic and political...

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Trading Rockets for Resolutions: Restructuring Palestinian Resistance in the Context of International Legal and Political Dynamics

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

US policy on the Israel-Palestine conflict continues to negatively impact on relations between the Muslim world and the West. Improvement...

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Integrating Women into Democratic Governance: A Comparison of Afghanistan, Pakistan and India

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

This paper examines the role played by Muslim women in the political life of Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.  In Afghanistan, the US and...

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Using New Generation and Technology to Facilitate Peace in the Middle-East

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

This paper is addressing new creative ways of making peace in the Middle East based on utilizing the lesson learned from recent failures...

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Shibley Telhami, University of Maryland, Brookings Institute

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Shibley Telhami is the Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland, College Park, and non-resident...

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Cecile Coronato, Project on Middle East Democracy

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Cecile Coronato is a Legislative Assistant with the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED). She recently obtained an MA in Diplomacy and...

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Kamal Helbawy, Centre for the Study of Terrorism, London, UK

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Dr. Kamal El-Helbawy was born in the Governorate of Menoufia, Egypt in 1939 and joined the Muslim Brotherhood at the age of twelve. He...

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Sara Khorshid, IslamOnline.net Managing Editor

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Sara Khorshid is the managing editor of IslamOnline.net’s “Politics in Depth” section. She is an Egyptian journalist who...

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Atef Al-Saadawy, Al-Ahram Democracy Review

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Atef Al-Saadawy is managing editor of the Democracy Review Quarterly, a publication of the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic...

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Promoting Democracy in the Arab World: New Ideas for U.S. Policy

Posted on Apr 3, 2009

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the United States government pledged to make democracy promotion in the Middle East...

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