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29
Jul
2016

Women and Violent Extremism: Myth and Reality

What prompts a young, educated woman brought up in the West to run away to join a fundamentalist society where the role of women is highly circumscribed?...
15
Jul
2016

Tunisia: Post-revolution

Following successful and orderly national elections in 2011 and 2014, Tunisia continues its transition from dictatorship to democracy with municipal elections...
04
Jul
2016

Pakistan: Emerging democracy or veiled dictatorship?

In this lecture Dr Yaqoob Khan Bangash will discuss the internal developments of Pakistan in the last decade. He will make an assessment of the trajectory of...
26
May
2016

The Gulf: Changing Regional Dynamics

Abdullah Baabood is the director of the Gulf Studies Centre at Qatar University. He is a graduate in business studies and international relations. He holds a...
23
May
2016

The Middle East - At a glance

Are you interested in the contemporary politics, history, culture and political economy of the Middle East and Central Asia, or the role of Islam in the modern...
23
May
2016

Get the Picture: Using comics in Hindi Language Teaching

The use of images has been a long established practice in language teaching.  During the last year I have been experimenting with the use of online comics as a...
10
May
2016

Prospects of democratisation in Tunisia

Amna Guellali is the Researcher covering Tunisia and Algeria, Middle East and North Africa Division of Human Rights Watch. Her brief is to investigate human...

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