The Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies and the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies have published the 61st issue of the bimonthly peer-reviewed political science and international relations journal, Siyasat Arabiya.
This issue features four studies in a special issue on the State of Political Science in the Arab World. This issue includes the following articles: “International Relations in the Arab World: A Social History of its Origins, Development and Current State of Affairs” by Sid Ahmed Goudjili; “Surveying the Field of International Relations in the Arab World: Realities and Challenges” by Ahmed Qasem Hussein; “Why is there No "Arab" International Relations Theory? Causes of the Deficiency of Arab Contributions into IR Theory” by Mekia Nedjar; “Teaching International Relations in the Arab World: Knowledge Production and Theoretical Challenges” by Bassel F Salloukh & May Darwich.
The issue also contains the testimonial: “Originality and Renewal in Arab Political Science in Light of the Transformations of Today's World” by Antoine Nasri Messarra; and “The State of Political Science in Morocco” by Abdallah Saaf. The issue also contains the following documentation of Milestones in Democratic Transition in the Arab World and Palestine over two months, 1/1-28/2/2023, along with select Documents of Democratic Transition in the Arab World. The issue ends with Mohammed Al-Shibani’s review of Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions, by Frank A. Stengel [et al.] (editors), and Mohammed Hemchi’s translation of The People Want: When Democracy is Eroded by Aymen Boughanmi. Amina Mostefa Della also provides a review of Complexity Theory of International Relations: An Introduction by Mohammed Hemchi.
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