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Wanda Krause

Wanda Krause holds a PhD from the University of Exeter, U.K. on Middle East Politics with a focus on the Arab Gulf and an MA from the University of Guelph, Canada in International Relations with a focus on Egypt. Although her expertise is on issues related to the Arab Gulf region, in particular civil society and gender, her interests include globalization, Islamist politics, modes of governance, and security.  She has several articles on politics in the Middle East and other developing countries including: “Civil Society and the Challenge to the Authoritarian State: The Rough Road to Democracy in Egypt,” in Thomas Bateman and Roger Epp, Braving the New World: Readings in Contemporary Politics, 3rd edition. Nelson, 2004; “Civil Society in the Democratization Process: A Case Study on Cairo Islamic Women’s and Secular Feminist Organizations,” Global Development Studies, (winter/spring) 2004: 221-50; and “The Role and Example of Chilean and Argentinean Mothers in Democratisation,” Development in Practice, Vol. 14(3), April 2004.

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Women in Civil Society
The State, Islamism, and Networks in the UAE

Palgrave Macmillan
In this path-breaking study, Wanda Krause presents evidence of civil society emerging and in some dynamic ways in the Arab Gulf. She looks at the key role...
Wanda Krause

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