About Rawan Hamoud

Rawan Hammoud is a researcher at Al-Sharq Forum. She holds an MA from New York University and a BA from the American University of Beirut. Her work focuses primarily on the socio-political transformations in the aftermath of the Arab uprisings.
21 Oct, 2020

What New Political Pact is there for Lebanon?

Rawan Hamoud | 21 October 2020 | AR | TR

While talks about a Third Republic in Lebanon continue, this brief will outline different ideas circulating in the Lebanese public sphere with regard to the need for the following political pacts: abolishing the sectarian system, instituting administrative decentralization, (con)federalism, active neutrality, the tripartite power-sharing model, up to the partitioning of Lebanon. The brief will also address the political context and the communal reactions to these demands. It argues that these propositions remain a political rhetoric
What New Political Pact is there for Lebanon?2020-11-06T16:27:41+03:00
10 Jul, 2020

 Searching for A Second Chance: The Dilemma of The Islamists In Post-Bashir Sudan

Mohammad Affan Rawan Hamoud | 10 July 2020 | AR | TR

The political history of Sudan since its independence in 1956 can be divided into two phases with distinctive features and dynamics: the first phase lasted from 1956 to the military coup of 1989
 Searching for A Second Chance: The Dilemma of The Islamists In Post-Bashir Sudan2020-08-19T16:53:16+03:00
5 Apr, 2020

Changes are expected in Saudi Arabia’s foreign and economic policies

Rawan Hamoud | 05 April 2020 | TR | AR

The concurrent dynamics of the ‘oil price war’ triggered by the pandemic should be watched closely due to their regional repercussions. The pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented shutdown of the manufacturing sectors and brought [...]

Changes are expected in Saudi Arabia’s foreign and economic policies2020-12-31T13:11:14+03:00
20 Feb, 2019

Why did el-Sissi need to commemorate January 25 Revolution and why not anymore?

Rawan Hamoud | 20 February 2019

For those following the media of the Egyptian regime and the speeches of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the discourse around the revolution of January 25, 2011[1] seems perplexing. Not only does the discourse oscillate [...]

Why did el-Sissi need to commemorate January 25 Revolution and why not anymore?2020-08-09T14:44:28+03:00
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