Tagged: Islamism

Pro-Morsi protesters

Is Islamism a threat to democracy?

Since the turn of the millennium, discussion on political Islam has subsumed much of the discourse on the contemporary Middle East – both in the US and Europe, as well...

Tunisia, Five Years Later: What’s Changed?

Five years ago, Tunisians – after weeks of anti-government protests following the self-immolation of fruit vendor Mohamed Bouazizi – succeeded in ousting dictator Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. In the months...

Is the Middle East a Lost Cause?

  “Arab civilization, such as we knew it, is all but gone.” Those are the words of Hisham Melham, Washington bureau chief of Dubai-based media outlet Al-Arabiya. In a 2,000-word...

JMEPP Interviews Dr. Khalil al-Anani

In this installment of “Inside the Middle East: Q&A,” Dr. Khalil Al-Anani, Adjunct Professor at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, discusses the Muslim Brotherhood in...