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Amr Al-Shobaki

Amr el-Shobaki is a former Egyptian parliamentarian and head of the Arab European unit in the Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies. He attained his PhD in political science from the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne) and is the author of a number of books concerning Islamic movements, political reform in Egypt, and Arab-European relations. Selected titles include: The Muslim Brotherhood: From its Roots until Today, published in French by Cartel House in Paris, Islamists and Democrats and The Development of the Democratic Situation in Egypt, 2009. Amr el-Shobaki has published numerous articles in Arabic and French newspapers and he writes a weekly article and column in the Egyptian newspaper Al Masry Al Youm.

Writer's Publications

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Constitutional Reform in Times of Transition
Constitutional Reform in Times of Transition

This e-book from the Arab Reform Initiative features ten essays addressing the challenges of constitutional reform during times of political transition. Featuring insightful analysis of Arab and non-Arab transitions, the essays address...

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Egypt and the Events in Gaza: The “Official” Solution to the Crisis
Egypt and the Events in Gaza: The “Official” Solution to the Crisis

Egypt’s official media lacked basic professionalism in reporting recent events in Gaza. By using a provocative language devoid of objectivity and credibility, it limited its intervention to reproducing dictated slogans. The events in...

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Presidential Election in Egypt : Limits of the Reform Process

The recent battle for presidential elections in Egypt reflects the importance of public demand for...