Welcome to the Workshop on Arab Political Development
Committed to inclusive analysis of the political obstacles and opportunities facing the contemporary Arab world, the Workshop on Arab Political Development seeks to become a premiere intellectual hub with an impact on scholarly debates and policy. The workshop brings together academics, policy experts, and students of Arab politics to critically and openly engage one another on a variety of topics. While questions of democratization are of special salience, the workshop will stage conversations on topics as diverse as voice and accountability, economic opportunities, representation, empowerment, gender equality, human rights, social progress, oil, and war. It is an affiliate of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. Navigate this Web site with the buttons to the left to learn more.
Monday, May 5, 2014
International Relations Faculty Colloquium
Amaney Jamal (Princeton University), Robert O. Keohane (Princeton University), David Romney (Harvard University) and Dustin Tingley (Harvard University)
219 Aaron Burr Hall.
The Security Archipelago: Human-Security States, Sexuality Politics, and the End of Neoliberalism
Paul Amar, University of California
March 26, 14
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Measuring Public Opinion During Egypt’s Struggle to Democracy
Magued Osman, Cairo University
March 25, 14
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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Revolutions, Counter-Revolutions, and Constitutions: The Difficult Rebirth of the Modern Arab World
Rami Khouri, American University Beirut
Robertson Hall, Bowl 1
Chaos in Syria topic of panel discussion held on Feb. 7, 2012
To view the discussion, click here
Read related articles in the Examiner and the Daily Princetonian
Our spring 2014 events have concluded for the semester.
For information about the by-invitation-only Faculty/Student Colloquia, click here.