My Curriculum Vitae
2012:D.Phil, Department of Politics and International Relations, The University of Oxford. Thesis title: “State-Society Relations and Regional Role: Comparing Egypt and South Africa”.
M.SC in Politics, Cairo University.
Grade :Excellent with the recommendation of publishing the thesis and exchanging it with other universities.
Thesis title: Good Governance and Development in Africa: An Analysis of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)
B.SC in Politics, Faculty of Economics & political Science, Cairo University. Grade: Excellent with honors.
Came top of the list of politics graduates 2001.
Hydropolitics in the Nile basin, African political economy, comparative politics especially areas of governance and democratization, foreign policy of regional powers, especially Egypt and South Africa.
Revisiting hydro-hegemony from a benefit-sharing perspective: the case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik Discussion paper 5/2015, Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Bonn, July 2015
The Declaration of Principles on Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam: A breakthrough or another unfair deal?, German Development Institute (DIE), DIE Current Column, March 25, 2015, https://www.die-gdi.de/en/the-current-column/article/the-declaration-of-principles-on-ethiopias-renaissance-dam-a-breakthrough-or-another-unfair-deal/
‘Water and Development in shared rivers: Sustainable development for all’, DIE Current Column, March 19, 2015, https://www.die-gdi.de/en/the-current-column/article/water-and-development-in-shared-rivers-sustainable-development-for-all/
‘Are Egyptian State and Society Ready for Transitional Justice and Reconciliation? lessons from South Africa’, Siyasat Arabiyya (Arab Politics), Qatar: Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, Issue 6, January 2014.
‘North African studies in South Africa: A Research and Policy Agenda’, in Hamdy Hassan, ed., Regional Integration in Africa: Bridging the North- Sub-Saharan Divide The African Institute of South Africa, Pretoria, 2011.
‘Egypt’s Regional and International Roles: A Hegemon in Decline?, South –South Collaborative Programme Occasional Paper Series, No.5, The Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA), 2008.
‘NEPAD and African Development: Towards a New Partnership between Development Partners in Africa’, African Journal of International Affairs, vol.11,no.1,2008.
‘Reviewing Good Governance : Towards a methodology for the African Peer Review Mechanism’, The South African Institute of International Affairs , SAIIA Reports , no.42, 2004.
‘Land and Agriculture in NEPAD: implications for North Africa’, in: Saruchera M. (ed.), Securing Land and Resource Rights in Africa: Pan-African perspectives; Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape; Cape Town, 2004.