Andrea Teti is Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Aberdeen, Associate Editor of Middle East Critique, co-founder of the Critical Middle East Studies (CMES) group, and Trustee of the British Society for Middle East Studies (BRISMES). Previously Visiting Professor at the universities of Bologna (2020), Cagliari (2018), Ghent (2017/18) and Amsterdam (2015), he was Consortium Lead for the EU-funded Arab Transformations Project (2015-16). With Gennaro Gervasio and Luca Anceschi, he edited Informal Power in the Greater Middle East (2014) and is lead author of The Arab Uprisings in Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia (2018) and of Democratization Against Democracy: How EU Policy Fails the Middle East (2020). He is also editor of the 2019 report The EU’s Partnership with the Southern Mediterranean: Challenges to Cohesion and Democracy, published by the European Parliamentary Greens/EFA group.
- Egypt’s Repression Against Civil Society September 24, 2020