Amr Hamzawy

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"Amr Hamzawy is research director and senior associate at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut. His research interests include the changing dynamics of political participation in the Arab world and the role of Islamist movements in Arab politics. He is co-author, with Nathan J. Brown, of Between Religion and Politics, published in 2010, and the author of The Arab Future–Contemporary Debates on Democracy, Political Islam, and Resistance, published in 2010 (in Arabic). Hamzawy serves on the Middle East Advisory Council of Human Rights Watch, and the boards of Crisis International and the Arab Council for Social Science. He regularly contributes articles in Arabic and English to various academic journals and writes a bi-monthly op-ed for the leading Arab daily al-Hayat.

"Selected Publications: Between Religion and Politics, with Nathan Brown (Book, 2010); The Arab Future–Contemporary Debates on Democracy, Political Islam, and Resistance (Book, 2010); Getting to Pluralism: Political Actors in the Arab World, with Marina Ottaway and Michele Dunne (Book, 2009); Between Government and Opposition: The Case of the Yemeni Congregation for Reform, (Carnegie Paper, 2009); Islamists in Politics: The Dynamics of Participation (Carnegie Paper, 2008); Party for Justice and Development in Morocco: Participation and Its Discontents, (Carnegie Paper, 2008); The Draft Party Platform of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Foray Into Political Integration or Retreat Into Old Positions?, with Nathan Brown (Carnegie Paper, 2008); Human Rights in the Arab World: Independent Voices, coedited with Anthony Chase, (University of Pennsylvania, 2006); Human Rights in the Arab World: Independent Voices, coedited with Anthony Chase, in 2006 Zeitgenössisches Arabisches Denken: Kontinuität und Wandel, (Verlag des Deutschen Orient-Instituts, 2005)."[1]

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  1. Amr Hamzawy, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, accessed February 9, 2011.