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Abdul Monem Al Mashat

Basic information

Name : Abdul Monem Al Mashat
Title: Professor & Dean
Personal Info: Professor of Political Science, Faculty of Economics and Political science, and Former Director, Center for Political Research and Studies, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. Between 1998- 2005, he served as Scholarships Administrator, The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) and the Robert S. McNamara Fellowships Program (RSMFP), The World Bank, Washington D.C, USA. Between 1995- 1998, he was Cultural and Educational Counselor and Director, Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau (ECEB), the Embassy of Egypt, Washington, D.C. He also served between 1994- 1995 as Vice Dean, Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.He attended numerous international conferences and is the author of many publications both in Arabic and English in the fields of Political Science and Education Policy. He holds Ph.D. in Political Science, from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 1982, title: “Considerations in the Analysis of National Security in the Third World”. He received M.A. from Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 1975, title: “United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees: The Behavior of the Super Powers Towards an International Agency” and B.A. in Political Science, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 1970. View More...

Education

Certificate Major University Year
PhD Political Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1982
Masters political science Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University 1975
Bachelor political science cairo 1970

Teaching Experience

Name of Organization Position From Date To Date
Cairo Center for Human Development (CCHD): a Research & Training Center and Cairo Center for the Culture of Democracy (CCCD): a Research & Training Center. Director 01/02/2011 11/05/2014
Cairo Center for Civic Education and Development (CCCED) Founder & CEO 01/12/2006 05/06/2014
Center for Political Research and Studies, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo University Professor & Director 01/06/2006 01/08/2008
Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Future University in Egypt. Dean 01/01/2006 01/01/2016
Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, University of Cairo, Egypt Professor of Political Science 01/09/2005 05/06/2014
The Embassy of Egypt in Washington, D.C. Cultural and Educational Counselor and Director, Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau (ECEB), 01/01/1995 01/01/1998
Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. Vice Dean 01/01/1994 01/01/1995
the World Bank, Washington D.C., U.S.A. Scholarships Administrator, the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) and the Robert S. McNamara Fellowships Program (RSMFP) 01/01/1988 01/01/2005

Researches /Publications

Changes in US Foreign Policy and its Impact on International Relations - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

Abdul-Monem Al-Mashat

01/04/2015

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Contemporary Changes in International System - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

Abdul-Monem Al-Mashat

01/03/2015

Arab Strategic Report, Al-Ahram Center for Strategic and Political Studies, 2013-2014.

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The International Alliance against ISIL: Goals and Contradictions - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

Abdul-Monem Al-Mashat

01/01/2015

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Egyptian National Security after June 30 Revolution - 01/1

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

Abdul-Monem Al-Mashat

01/10/2014

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The Middle East "System" at Stake - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

Abdul-Monem Al-Mashat

01/09/2014

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Egypt's Regional Security Policy after the January 25 Revolution - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/2012

After the ousting of the regime of President Mubarak, Egypt's position in the region is at crossroads facing several security challenges from neighboring countries such as Israel, Turkey and Iran, but also from its own domestic socio-economic and political dynamics. Depending on the answers given to these challenges, the outcome will be a cooperative and peaceful Middle East, or an explosive and intolerable status quo. Despite all odds, cooperative and integrative scenarios, based on negotiations and compromises would be more beneficial to the new generations in all regional parties.

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Egypt’s Regional Security Policy after the January 25 Revolution - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/2012

After the end of President Mubarak’s regime Egypt is facing different regional and internal challenges. This publication analyzes the potential threats emanating from the Egyptian geo-strategic location, its neighboring countries, in particular Israel, Turkey and Iran as well as Egypt’s domestic socioeconomic and political dynamics, caused by the transition from authoritarianism to democracy. Based on this analysis, the author envisions three major possible scenarios for the region’s near future: a cooperative and peaceful Middle East; a disintegrative and conflictive region; an explosive and intolerable status quo. He emphasizes that negotiations, characterized by compromises and mutual respect, with all regional players are of great importance in order to maintain peace and stability in this region. For Egypt as a central regional power, such an outcome would be in the country’s interest, too.

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Egypt's Regional Security Policy after the January 25 Revolution - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/2012

After the ousting of the regime of President Mubarak, Egypt’s position in the region is at a crossroads facing several security challenges from neighboring countries such as Israel, Turkey and Iran, but also from its own domestic socio-economic and political dynamics.  Depending on the answers given to these challenges, the outcome will be a cooperative and peaceful Middle East, a disintegrative and conflictive Middle East, or an explosive and intolerable status quo.  Despite all odds, cooperative and integrative scenarios, based on negotiations and compromises would be more beneficial to the new generations in all regional parties. What is needed at this moment is a regional initiative toward this goal.

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Political Interactions between Canada & the Arab World - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/2010

Paper presented at Roundtable discussion on Canada & the Arab World: Partners for the Future, League of Arab States, Cairo, October 31- November 2

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National Security and Human Safety - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/2010

Paper presented at the Scientific Conference on "Comprehensive Arab National Security, Reality and Prospects"

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Politics of Constructive Engagement: The Foreign Policy of the United Arab Emirates - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/2010

UAE foreign policy has been able, through constructive engagement, quiet diplomacy, the power of the purse, and commitment to the peaceful settlement of conflicts, to achieve its national goals. The UAE has utilized all means including military, economic, diplomatic, and media to advocate its positions and commitments and achieve its objectives. It has been able to extend its relations to all UN member states and to engage itself in many international issues, including humanitarian causes. In implementing foreign policy orientations it is clear that the four circles—Gulf, Arab, Islamic, and international—are tightly connected and inseparable. However, as a microstate with limited military and human resources confronted by mounting regional threats, it has ended up depending heavily on the US for its security. In the meantime, it seems that the peaceful succession of power to Sheikh Khalifa did not affect the direction of UAE foreign policy. Bahgat Korany and Ali E. Hillal Dessouki in The Foreign Policies of Arab States Published by American University in Cairo Press Published in print July 2010 | ISBN: 9789774163609 Published online September 2011 | e-ISBN: 9781617970375 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5743/cairo/9789774163609.003.0014

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Egyptian attitudes toward the peace process: views of an "alert elite" - 01/0

Abdul Monem Mohamed Ibrahim Al Mashat

01/01/1983

In March 1982 the author conducted a survey of college students as a sample of an "alert elite", with the following questions in mind: How do Egyptians feel towards the Egyptian-Israeli treaty and how do they view the peace process started formally with Sadat's initiative in November 1977? What are the attitudes of the Egyptians towards the Arab region? In other words, how do they perceive their Arab neighbours, the Palestinian cause and certain Arab policies? In view of regional and internal developments, how do Egyptians perceive their own security, the economic development of their economy and the future of their society? The attitudes revealed do not necessarily represent the attitudes of the Egyptians in general. However, the author believes that they represent the mainstream of college students in Egypt at the time of the survey. One conclusion which can be drawn is that the students are anxious about the future of Egypt both domestically and regionally. They are not politically apathetic.

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Awards

Award Donor Date
Citation of Stewardship and Commitment to Field of International Development . Harvard University 2002
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) award to participate in the Annual Convention in Washington DC, January Washington, D.C., USA 1981
University of North Carolina Graduate School Award to study American Policy in Washington North Carolina 1978
Nasser’s Award for Excellence in High School Exam in Egypt Egypt 1965
Social and Community Services in Egypt Egypt 1965

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