Brookings Doha Center - Qatar University Joint Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings Doha Center
Eid Mohamed is a Brookings Doha Center - Qatar University Joint Fellow. His research focuses on the interplay of religion, culture, and politics in shaping relations between America and the Middle East.
The Arab Awakening and Middle East Unrest
U.S. Foreign Policy
Middle East and North Africa
Opinion | Asharq Alawsat English
January 11, 2013
Opinion | Today's Zaman
November 5, 2012
October 24, 2012
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On March 1, Theodore Pelagidis will present his latest book, "Who's to Blame for Greece? Austerity in Charge of Saving a Broken Economy," at a book launch event hosted by the European Institute.
RT @DebraForan: Enjoying @EidAMohamed speak about his book Arab Occidentalism #wlu @LaurierNews
If we just stop seeing things the way our polluted minds instructed our veiled eyes to see!
Some of the greatest future #democracies have been through the worst past #autocracies...be optimistic fellow #Egyptians :) #Egypt
Only Justice & equality can lead to the peaceful & advanced #EGYPT. True #patriotism should involve valuing compassion, justice, & equality.
A great book review on my book Arab Occidentalism by Prof. Issa J. Boullata from McGill University: http://t.co/bOFCYL1p5y
My book :) https://t.co/ijDYSAtOgT
RT @b_momani: Our article re #Egypt Muslim Brotherhood:why slogan failed to realize change @EidAMohamed cc @shadihamid @waelhaddara http://t.co/tQAjb40DM0
RT @OmarAlghabra: Speaking at @BalsillieSIA on the situation in Syria http://t.co/RaFnGkXtsH
RT @BalsillieSIA: A full day of discussions on Middle East politics with @b_momani, @EidAMohamed, @DaliaFFahmy and @OmarAlghabra, among others
RT @sheffgraph: #BookCoverDesign Recently completed cover design & photo for Eid Mohamed's Arab Occidentalism @EidAMohamed @ibtauris http://t.co/MAt9MSjgyk
Extremism has channeled through Syria and nurtured by dictatorial and oppressive Arab regimes.
There was never any doubt that this was a premeditated massacre and in fact the bloodiest massacre of political protesters in decades #Rabaa
If you can't loathe bloodshed & still look at the #massacres committed by #Israel & #ISIS as dissimilar, then you need 2 see a psychiatrist!
The entire world should be ashamed of its inaction over the speaking crimes in #Ghaza
Let's fix our own backyard first before getting carried away by the #global #conspiracy against #Egypt and Egyptians.
كفانا حذلقات سياسية وفذلكات فلسفية وايديولوجية تلوم الناس علي اختياراتهم المخالفة لنا فلا تؤسس #للتعايش كمفهوم وكواقع وكحالة #مصر
#Egypt book workshop in #Waterloo: http://t.co/POsBrFO8rh
RT @saharazizlaw: Wrapping up a productive convening of Egypt experts. Enlightening & Engaging @EidAMohamed @b_momani @DaliaFFahmy @Shanfaraa
RT @Egyptianeyes2: @AmrHammzawy talks about how elites and political parties undermine public institutions #Egyptianeyes #Egypt
RT @Egyptianeyes2: Egyptian people acknowledge the positive causality between democracy and development #Egyptianeyes #Egypt
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