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The Journal for politics, economics, and culture of the Middle East published by the German Orient-Institute

Currently in its 63rd year, ORIENT has established itself as a major reference source on Middle Eastern politics, economics, religion and society. With four issues per year and a print distribution of more than 2,500, it reaches scholars and decision makers in politics and business worldwide. Each edition focuses on a specific topic, for example: the Muslim World and the Internet; the Shia; Turkey and the West; or the US and the Near and Middle East. ORIENT positions itself at the juncture between academia and the interests of the business and media world, publishing original scholarly articles and a broad range of book reviews. Purchase a subscription starting at 80 EUR per year to get valuable insights to the Near and Middle East provided by top academics and insiders.
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Sports sponsorship and Gulf geopolitics

This article is featured in the ORIENT III 2022

Evolving intraregional security perceptions in the UAE

This article is featured in the ORIENT III 2022

Stalled cooperation and the destabilisation of the Maghreb

This article is featured in the ORIENT III 2022

Geopolitical shift in the Gulf after the Abraham Accords

This article is featured in the ORIENT III 2022

Intra-GCC state relations: Re-assessing the balance of power

This article is featured in the ORIENT III 2022

Sitting in glass houses: Double standards haunt US and Europe in dispute with Turkey

This article is featured in the ORIENT III 2022

A nuanced look and equal footing – Expectations towards the new German government: A view from Cairo

This article, featured in the ORIENT II 2022, provides the view from Cairo and covers – based on many conversations with decisionmakers from various government branches – Egyptian expectations towards the new German government in the realms of security, economy, sustainable development, development cooperation and human rights.

The impact of civil society on building democracy and promoting liberalism in Tunisia

In this article, Nadia Naccache critically analyses the impact of civil society on building democracy and promoting liberalism in Tunisia. This article is featured in the ORIENT II 2022.

Towards a more active role for Germany in Palestine

Article by Omar Shaban about the role for Germany in Palestine featured in the ORIENT II 2022.

Moroccan-German bilateral cooperation: Historical roots and future perspectives

Article by Amal El Ouassif about the historical roots and future perspectives of Moroccan-German bilateral cooperation featured in the ORIENT II 2022.

Germany-GCC relations: Continuities, priorities and Atlanticism

Article by Robert Mason about Germany-GCC relations featured in the ORIENT II 2022.

German-Turkish cultural and educational relations after the German elections: A new golden era?

Article by Elena Dück about German-Turkish cultural and educational relations after the German elections featured in the ORIENT II 2022.

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The German Orient-Institute (Deutsches Orient-Institut, DOI) was founded in 1960 by the non-profit-organization German Near and Middle East Association (NUMOV), which is the oldest and largest organisation that promotes economic development between Germany and the countries of the Near and Middle East. The DOI regularly publishes scientific publications such as the ORIENT, Short-Analysis, Business-Guides and various policy-advising Studies.

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