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September 26, 2021
List of Publications

List of Publications Research and Publications Books & Monographs Hellyer, H.A. & Grossman, Michele. Radicalisation and Religion: A Global Question. Forthcoming (Tentatively, Bloomsbury in 2022) Hellyer, H.A. & Springborg, Robert (ed). Egypt’s Revolution of 1919 – Challenges and Legacies. London: Bloomsbury (2021/2) Hellyer, H.A. In the Shade of Mountains: A Makkan Shaykh of South Africa. […]

July 16, 2021
Egypt Regains Its Role as a Middle East Power Broker [RUSI]

July 16, 2021 Egypt played a critical role in brokering a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza during the flare-up of violence in May. In this QandA, the Editor asks our Senior Associate Fellow, H A Hellyer, about the significance of this event. Jonathan Eyal: Do you think that the government in Cairo stepped […]

June 30, 2021
Does teaching cadets the history of racism make the US army ‘too woke’? [NATIONAL]

June 30, 2021 It is not often that a senior officer in the American armed forces is said to be politically progressive. But earlier this month, General Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the highest-ranking military officer in the US, was said to be not only progressive, but also responsible for the US military becoming too “woke” […]

June 13, 2021
From Ontario to Bordeaux, Islamophobia and right-wing terrorism must be confronted head-on [WASHINGTON POST]

June 13, 2021 H. A. Hellyer is a Carnegie Endowment for International Peace scholar in Washington and senior associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London. On June 6, four members of the same family in Ontario were struck and killed by a vehicle. The police said the victims were targeted “because of their […]

June 11, 2021
Islamophobia inquiries only work if people take them seriously [NATIONAL]

June 11, 2021 There is something rather eerie about seeing a review into Islamophobia in the UK’s ruling Conservative party, followed by an example of complicity by the British prime minister. But that is what happened when Boris Johnson hosted Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary, in London last month. It makes a postmortem of […]

May 31, 2021
Losing the Narrative [CARNEGIE]

May 31, 2021 The violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is bleakly asymmetrical. At least 213 Palestinian civilians, including 61 children, were killed after Israel began bombarding Gaza on May 10, following rocket attacks by Hamas against Israeli territory. Israeli deaths numbered ten. The lack of parity has been evident for decades. What has also been typical for decades is the […]

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