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01/07/18

Orient III 2018

Ludwig Schulz and Benedikt van den Woldenberg
German Near and Middle East policy: Challenges and strategy

Ahmed Badawi
From the outside looking in: The three rationalities of the German policy debate on Egypt

Alexander Bürgin
Despite the growing alienation between Turkey and the EU: A continuation of the accession process remains the best option

Omar Shaban
Germany as an influential political actor in the Middle East conflict: Possibilities and prospects

Ali Al-Mawlawi
Transformations in German Middle East policy: The view from Iraq

Gülistan Gürbey
The role of the Kurds in the Middle East: A regional factor of stability or instability?

Sarah Anne Rennick
Active citizenship, participative politics, and challenging the state: How new forms of civil society in the Arab world can meet the promise of 2011

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01/04/18

Orient II 2018

James M. Dorsey
High-stakes poker in the Gulf

David B. Roberts
Qatar and the Gulf Crisis

Christopher M. Davidson
Saudi Arabia’s new politics: Motives, risks, and the rule of law

Søren Schmidt
Whither Saudi Arabia?

Fatiha Dazi-Héni
Kuwait and Oman mediating policy traditions in rupture with Gulf crisis protagonists

Ana Belén Soage
The Gulf Cooperation Council, Iran, and the limits to integration

Anoushiravan Ehteshami
Iran’s role in the Gulf: Beyond politics?

Morten Valbjørn
Unpacking a puzzling case: On how the Yemeni conflict became sectarianised

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01/01/18

Orient I 2018

Ross Harrison
Regionalism in the Middle East: An impossible dream?

Maximilian Felsch
The Arab regional system after the Arab uprisings: Reaching hegemonic stability?

Patrycja Sasnal
The looming peace in Syria: A dilemma for the UN

Robert Mason
A reassessment of the European Neighbourhood Policy

Ibrahim Al-Marashi
The Arab League: Between ambitions and reality

Aidan Hehir
The Responsibility to Protect, the UN Security Council and the Arab Spring

Wolfgang Mühlberger
Chasing the Jinn: Countering Hezbollah with lawfare

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01/10/17

Orient IV 2017

Achim Rohde
Iraq after IS: Reconstruction or deepening fragmentation?

Christopher Phillips
Syria after IS

Wolfgang Pusztai
Libya: A second home?

Rayan Haddad
Lebanon: A spillover to be?

Curtis R. Ryan
Jordan: Between IS and the Syrian Civil War

Fred H. Lawson
Gulf dynamics: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the emergence of regional multipolarity

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01/07/17

Orient III 2017

Sübidey Togan and Ömer Faruk
Gençkaya Recent developments in the Turkish economy

Güneş Murat Tezcür
The deepening of the Kurdish question in Turkey

Nilgün Arısan Eralp
Quo vadis Turkey-EU relations?

Bahar Baser
Turkey’s domestic politics spill-over to Europe: old debates in new frames

Ahmet S. Yayla
The so-called Islamic State and the (slow but steady) radicalisation of Turkey

Nebi Miş and Burhanettin Duran
Turkey’s constitutional referendum and its effects on Turkish politics

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01/04/17

ORIENT II 2017: US policy in the Near and Middle East – Continuity and change

Andreas Krieg
Obama and the Middle East: No we can’t

Annika Elena Poppe
Recalibrating the interests-values-nexus US democracy promotion in the Middle East

Magdalena Kirchner
The Middle East apprentice

Marcus Müller
A stain on democracy? Guantanamo, drone strikes and US foreign policy after Obama

Niklas Schörnig
Just when you thought things would get better from Obama’s to Trump’s drone war

Michael Gunter
US Middle East policy and the Kurds

Hans Krech
US Foreign Policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Kadir Ustun and Kilic B. Kanat
The search for an American foreign policy and US-Turkey relations in the Trump era

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01/01/17

ORIENT I 2017: Climate change and water politics in the Near and Middle East

Mohammed Qader
Brief view on the water-energy nexus in the Near and Middle East

Nadim Farajalla
Sustainable water management in the Near and Middle East

Ayşegül Kibaroǧlu
Euphrates-Tigris river basin: Water management as conflict prevention

Myriam Saadé-Sbeih and Ronald Jaubert
Syria’s drylands environmental policy: From clientelism to international cooperation

Balgis Osman Elasha
North Africa in a changing climate

Quentin Wodon
Vulnerability to weather shocks, climate change, and migration in the Middle East and North Africa

Tobias von Lossow
The multiple crisis: Perspectives on water scarcity in the Euphrates and Tigris basin

Tobias Zumbrägel
The quest for green legitimation: Reconsidering the ‘environmental enthusiasm’ of the Arab Gulf monarchies

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01/10/16

Orient IV 2016

Sebastian Sons
Lost in Iranoia: Saudi Arabia’s struggle for regional hegemony in times of crisis

Adnan Tabatabai
Iran’s regional policy Decision-making process, goals, areas of cooperation

Fatiha Dazi-Héni
The smaller GCC states’ foreign policy and regional role

Reinhard Meier-Walser
Post-JCPoA international relations The US, Russia, and the Gulf

Reza Ekhtiari Amiri
The Hajj and the future of Iranian-Saudi diplomatic relations

Gawdat Bahgat
Gulf politics: the energy factor

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01/07/16

ORIENT III 2016: 5 years into the Arab Uprisings – Reforms and Transformations

Mohammed A. Bamyeh
The Arab Spring: Five years later

Larbi Sadiki
Arab ‘Parliamentarisation’ in the Arab Spring context: The normative vs. the practical

Max Hänska
Social media and the Arab Spring: How communication technology shapes socio-political change

Anders C. Härdig
MENA civil society post-Arab Spring

Edward Webb
Five years later: Directions in censorship and media freedom

Ilyas Saliba
Change or Charade? Morocco’s constitutional reform process 2011

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01/04/16

ORIENT II 2016: Salafism in the Near and Middle East

Farid Hafez
Salafism: A historical approach

Roel Meijer
Salafism and the challenge of modern politics

Khalil Al-Anani
Political Salafism in Egypt

Ashraf El Sherif
Revolutionary Islamists and the politics of wait and desperation in Egypt

Joas Wagemakers
Salafi scholarly views on gender-mixing (ikhtilāṭ) in Saudi Arabia

Anouar Boukhars
The politics of North African Salafism

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01/01/16

ORIENT I 2016: The regional refugee crisis in the Middle East – causes, current challenges and perspectives

Luigi Achilli
Back to Syria? Conflicting patterns of mobility among Syrian refugees in Jordan

Rabih Shibli
Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Mona Christophersen
Jordan and the Syrian refugees

Maysa Ayoub
The situation of the Syrian refugees in Egypt

Kılıç Buǧra Kanat
Turkey’s Syrian refugees

Ömer Karasapan
Syria’s displaced women and girls

AKM Ahsan Ullah
Refugee mobility: causes and perspective in the Middle East

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01/10/15

ORIENT IV 2015: Regional powers and conflict in the Middle East

Julien Barnes-Dacey
Proxy wars: the regional struggle for Syria and Iraq

Mohammed Ayoob
Elucidating conflict structures in the Middle East

Robert Mason
US, EU and Russian Middle East policy

Adam Baron
Yemen: a proxy war?

Wolfgang Pusztai
Libya: another conflict without solution?

Curtis R. Ryan
Jordan in the crossfire of Middle East conflicts

Rayan Haddad
Shifting from consensus on Iraq to agonistic struggle over Syria

Florence Gaub
Middle Eastern multipolarity in movement

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