Gamal M. Selim is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Port Said University (Egypt). He obtained a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Calgary (Canada). His research interests include theories of international relations, democratization, security studies and Middle East politics. He has given numerous conference papers and has published: Global and Regional Approaches to Arms Control in the Middle East: A Critical Assessment from the Arab World, (New York: Springer, forthcoming); “The Impact of Post-Saddam Iraq on the Cause of Democratization in the Arab World.” International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1 (April 2012); “The Egyptian Revolution: Permanent, Betrayed or Kidnapped?,” in Bichara Khader, ed., The Arab Spring: A First Balance Sheet, (CETRI-Syllepse, 2012); “Continuity and Change in the US Arms Control Policy in the Middle East.” Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 35, No. 1 (Fall 2011); “Perceptions of Hard Security Issues in the Arab World,” in Hans Günter Brauch, et al., eds., Coping with Global Environmental Change, Disasters and Security: Threats, Challenges, Vulnerabilities and Risks, (New York: Springer, 2010); and “The Arabs and Central Asian Republics,” in The State of the Arab World: The 11th Arab National Conference, (Beirut: Center for Arab Unity Studies, 2002).
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