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Destination Australia Scholarships for international students

Are you an enthusiastic researcher keen to explore China’s interest in the Persian Gulf, and Qatar’s foreign policy making? Find out more here

A Quest for Identity: The Case of Religious Populism in Pakistan

Professor Ihsan Yilmaz co-authored this piece for European Center for Populism Studies. Read the full article here.

Creating the Desired Citizen: Ideology, State and Islam in Turkey

Professor Ihsan Yilmaz’s new book, will be available from this August. Find out more here.

Registered NGOs and advocacy for women in Iran

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh and Dr Rebecca Barlow co-authored this pieces with Sanaz Nasipour for Third World Quarterly. Read the full article here.

Populism, violence and authoritarian stability: necropolitics in Turkey

Professor Ihsan Yilmaz co-authored this article for Third World Quarterly. Access the article here.

Why is Qatar intent on promoting GCC, US dialogue with Iran?

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh discusses Iran, Qatar and the US with Amwaj Media. Find out more here.

Negotiating Securitised Aid in the Fragile State of Afghanistan

If you missed our recent webinar presented by Safiullah Taye, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalization, Deakin University, you can access the full recording here.

What an Afghan Peace Deal Could Look Like

Abbass Farasoo recently published this piece in Fair Observer. Read the full article here.

Populist Performances and Religion in Global Perspective

Professor Ihsan Yilmaz is guest editing this Special Issue in Religions. Find out more here.

Palgrave/Macmillan Series in Populism

Professor Ihsan Yilmaz was recently appointed as the editor of Palgrave/Macmillan Series in Populism, and is currently receiving proposals for the series. Find out more here.

Future of Palestine : One state, Two states, No state

Professor Michelle Pace participated at a DIIS event on the Future of Palestine. You can access the recording here.

A testimony about the improper implementation of integration from Denmark

Professor Michelle Pace produced the video as part of a SIRUS project. Watch the full video here.