Visiting research stays / short-term lectureships
|Warwick University, Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS, two months)|
|2018||Southern Denmark University, Centre for Contemporary Middle East Studies (one month)|
|2017||Southern Denmark University, Centre for Contemporary Middle East Studies (one month)|
|2016||Royal Scientific Society, University of Jordan, Amman (one week)|
|2016||Al-Quds University, Abu Dis, Palestine (West Bank, one week)|
|2015||Royal Scientific Society, University of Jordan, Amman (one week)|
|2015||Al-Quds University, Abu Dis, Palestine (West Bank, one week)|
|2015||University of Dundee, Politics and International Relations, UK (one month)|
|2014||Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul, Turkey (one month)|
|2013||Université de Montréal, Centre d’études et de recherches internationales, Canada (one month)|
|University of Dohuk, European Studies Centre, Iraqi-Kurdistan (two months)|
(2021) Special issue on “Parliaments in the Middle East and North Africa: A Struggle for Relevance”, Middle East Law and Governance, 13(3) (with Paul Esber, University of Sydney).
(2021) European Support for Arab Parliaments – A Successful Way to Democracy?, Middle East Law and Governance, 13(3): 363-385, https://doi.org/10.1163/18763375-13031232.
(2021) A Struggle for Institutionalization: The Tunisian ‘Assemblée des Représentants du Peuple’ and the dominance of consensus-oriented politics, Middle East Law and Governance, 13(3): 272-293, https://doi.org/10.1163/18763375-13031234 (with Chahd Bahri, Université de Sousse).
(2021) The Fingers of the “Invisible Hand”: Egypt’s Government Institutions, in: Robert Springborg, Sarah Smierciak, Amr Adly, Naomi Sakr et al. (eds.) Routledge Handbook on Contemporary Egypt, London: Routledge, 107-119.
(2020) Pawns in the Army’s Hands: Political Parties in Military-Dominated Regimes, in: Francesco Cavatorta, Valeria Resta and Lise Storm (eds.) Routledge Handbook on Political Parties in the Middle East and North Africa, London: Routledge, 125-136.
(2020) Fanning Fears, winning Praise: Egypt’s Smart Play on Europe’s Apprehension of more Undocumented Immigration, Mediterranean Politics, online first, https://doi.org/10.1080/13629395.2020.1758450.
(2020) Introduction: Arab responses to EU foreign and security policy incentives: Perspectives on migration diplomacy and institutionalized flexibility in the Arab Mediterranean turned upside down, Mediterranean Politics, online first, https://doi.org/10.1080/13629395.2020.1758451 (with Peter Seeberg, Southern Denmark University).
(2020) The “Chicken and Egg” Problem of Relevance: Political Parties and Parliaments in North Africa, The Journal of North African Studies, 25(6): 865-880, https://doi.org/10.1080/13629387.2019.1644923.
(2019) The Impact of Brexit on the European Parliament: The Role of British MEPs in Euro-Mediterranean Affairs, in: Christiansen, Thomas / Fromage, Diane (eds.) Brexit and Democracy: The Role of Parliaments in the UK and the European Union”, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 263-291.
(2018) Political Science in Egypt: Talkin’ bout a Revolution, in: Kohstall, Florian et al. (eds.), Academia in Transformation. Scholars facing the Arab Spring, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 49-68.
(2017) Sidelined by Design: Egypt’s Parliament in Transition, The Journal of North African Studies, 22(4): 595-619 (open access).
(2017) Der Einfluss politischer Parteien auf die Politikgestaltung in Nordafrika (The influence of political parties on policy-making in North Africa), in: Faath, Sigrid (ed.), Politische Parteien in Nordafrika, St. Augustin: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 79-102 (in German).
(2017) When Interior Ministers play diplomat: fatal ambiguities in Europe’s securitised migration policy, in: Jünemann, Annette / Fromm, Nicolas / Scherer, Nikolas (eds.), Fortress Europe? Challenges and Failures of Migration and Asylum Policies, Wiesbaden: Springer, 83-103.
(2017) Khurug britaniyya min al-ittahad al-urubi: at-tada‘iyyat ‘ala ash-sharq al-awsat wa mintaqa shimal ifriqiyya (The British exit from the European Union: implications for the Middle East and North Africa), al-Dimuqratiyya (Democracy Review), 65 (January): 156-169 (in Arabic).
(2015) Military in Mali. The EU’s action against instability in the Sahel, European Foreign Affairs Review, 20(2): 159-185 (with Chantal Lavallée).
(2015) Complex politics in single numbers? The problem of defining and measuring democracy, Middle East Critique, 24(1): 67-81.
(2014) Money for nothing, the cricks for free – Five paradoxes in EU migration policy, Comparative Migration Studies, 2(2): 151-180 (open access).
(2014) More for more, less for less – more or less: A critique of the EU’s Arab Spring response à la Cinderella, European Foreign Affairs Review, 19(2): 263-282; republished in Tonra, Ben / Whitman, Richard / Young, Alasdair (ed.) (2016): Foreign Policy of the European Union. London: Sage.