About Nesibe Hicret Battaloglu

Nesibe Hicret Battaloglu is a PhD Student at Middle East Technical University.
2 Mar, 2021

Book review: Simon Mabon, Houses Built on Sand: Violence, Sectarianism and Revolution in the Middle East
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020)

Nesibe Hicret Battaloglu | 02 March 2021

On its tenth anniversary, the social, political and economic repercussions of the Arab uprisings are still being felt across the Middle East. Simon Mabon’s latest book focuses on the historical,
Book review: Simon Mabon, Houses Built on Sand: Violence, Sectarianism and Revolution in the Middle East
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020)
2021-03-04T14:24:16+03:00
3 Feb, 2020

Mark C. Thompson and Neil Quilliam (Eds.), Policy Making in the GCC: State, Citizens and Institutions

Nesibe Hicret Battaloglu | 03 February 2020

In this timely work, Qulliam and Thompson delve into the policy making and governance of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states covering different thematic issues and individual case studies. The GCC states have come to [...]

Mark C. Thompson and Neil Quilliam (Eds.), Policy Making in the GCC: State, Citizens and Institutions2020-08-27T16:40:16+03:00
27 Aug, 2019

Courtney Freer, Rentier Islamism: The Influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gulf Monarchies

Nesibe Hicret Battaloglu | 27 August 2019

  In her book Rentier Islamism: The Influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gulf Monarchies, Courtney Freer provides a comprehensive study of the emergence and evolution of branches of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Gulf. [...]

Courtney Freer, Rentier Islamism: The Influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gulf Monarchies2019-08-27T16:48:45+03:00
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