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Abouzzohour, Yasmina

Politics and International Relations


Yasmina Abouzzohour, B.A. (Hons) Columbia University, is a DPhil candidate in Politics at the University of Oxford. Her research interests include Arab authoritarian resilience, non-rent accommodation, and post-colonial political thought in the Maghreb. At Columbia, Yasmina researched Moroccan and Saudi regime reactions to the recent uprisings, as well as the renewal of Pan-arabism during the Arab Spring. Her current work is a post-Arab Spring analysis of the the endurance of Arab monarchies, with a focus on Morocco and Oman.

DISCIPLINE
Political Science
SUB AREAS
Democratization   
Maghreb Studies   
Middle East/Near East Studies   
Comparative   
Ethnic Groups   
Gulf Studies   
AREAS OF INTEREST
All Middle East   
Morocco   
Maghreb   
Oman   
Gulf   
SPECIALTIES
Survival of Arab monarchies   
Authoritarian resilience in the Arab world   
LANGUAGES
Arabic (Native)   
English (Fluent)   
French (Fluent)   
EDUCATION
BA2014Political Science; French and Romance PhilologyColumbia University
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Yasmina Abouzzohour






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