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The Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation is proud to co-lead an international research consortium for Elrha’s Global Prioritisation Exercise

The GPE is a landmark global initiative to map humanitarian research and innovations and investment priorities to improve impact. MESF’s Dr Marian Abouzeid is the Deputy Lead for the mapping component. Find more information here.

Book Launch: Routledge Handbook of EU-Middle East Relations (2/3/22)

MESF’s Professor Michelle Pace will be participating in discussions following the launch of the Routledge Handbook of EU-Middle East Relations. Find more information and register here.

Religion, Extremism and Violence in South Asia

MESF Convenor Shahram Akbarzadeh and Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed are editors of this new book published by Palgarave Macmillan. Find the book here.

Decolonising (Knowledge on) Euro–Mediterranean Relations: Insights on Shared Histories and Futures

MESF’s non-resident member Professor Michelle Pace has published a chapter in ‘Decolonising (Knowledge on) Euro–Mediterranean Relations: Insights on Shared Histories and Futures‘ (IAI Research Studies). Read the chapter ‘Concluding Reflections: Decolonising Knowledge on Euro–Mediterranean Relations’ here.

Iran and the United States: Four Decades of Tension and Missed Opportunities

MESF’s non-resident member Professor Anoush Ehteshami has an article published by The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed). Read the article here.

Routledge Handbook of EU–Middle East Relations out now!

MESF’s non-resident member Professor Michelle Pace is an editor of the recently published Routledge Handbook of EU-Middle East Relations. Find the handbook here.

Built on Power: Manifestations of China’s Presence in West Asia/MENA Region

Read the latest opinion piece by our non-resident member Professor Anoush Ehteshami, published by the SOAS China Institute, here.

ECPS Panel: Religious Populism, Cyberspace and Digital Authoritarianism in Asia – The Cases of India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia & Turkey (2/2/2022)

Join MESF’s Professor Ihsan Yilmaz and Dr Mahmoud Pargoo who will be joining a host of speakers at this conference hosted by the European Centre for Populism Studies. For more information and to register, click here.

Dr Safiullah Taye now a member of the Board of International Advisory Editors at the Middle East Critique Journal

Find the journal here. Congratulations Dr Taye!

Religious Populism and Vigilantism: The Case of the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan

MESF’s Professor Ihsan Yilmaz has co-authored an article published in Populism & Politics. Read the article here.

Religious Populism, Cyberspace and Digital Authoritarianism in Asia: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Turkey

MESF’s Professor Ihsan Yilmaz and Dr Mahmoud Pargoo have contributed to this report published in Populism & Politics. Read the full report here.

Conference: The authoritarian resurgence in the Middle East: Counter-revolutions, reform and resistance (2/2/2022)

MESFM Convenor Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh will be partaking in this conference hosted by the Australian National University. Find more information here.