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Where domestic and foreign policy meet: transnational political Islam in conflict with France and UAE

Where domestic and foreign policy meet: transnational political Islam in conflict with France and UAE

By looking at transnational islamism and the foreign and domestic policies of two concerned states, this webinar shed light on crucial aspects of the dynamics involved in the interplay between and within states and the use of religion.

These dynamics include the potential for political mobilisation through religion, the rightward turn in domestic politics in countries around the globe and the populism that underpins such waves.
 
In Europe France has been on the forefront of several of these issues, most recently the issue of "islamo-gauchisme" (islamo-leftism) which is seen by some politicians as a danger to French democracy and academia. In the Middle East, The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of the countries most involved in combatting what they consider to be the dangers of islamism and religious intolerance.
 
How is religion manifesting itself as a political phenomenon in France and the UAE and how does this connect to the domestic politics of the states and their interaction on the international arena?
 
 
Panel:
Mr. Mohammed Baharoon, Director General of b’huth, Dubai Public Policy Research Centre
Ms. Rim-Sarah Alouane, PhD candidate in Comparative Law at Toulouse-Capitole University
Dr. Lucia Ardovini, researcher at the Middle East and North Africa Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs
 
Moderator:
Dr. Rouzbeh Parsi, Head of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs

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