A political scientist and a specialist on the Maghreb and the Arab world, Khadija Mohsen-Finan obtained her MA in History at the Aix-en-Provence University and her PhD in Political science at Sciences Po, Paris. A researcher at the Sorbonne University (SIRICE laboratory), she has been in charge of the Maghreb program at the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) for nearly fifteen years. Her research focuses on political regimes and conflicts in the Arab world, new forms of citizen demands and the integration of Muslims in France and Europe. She is the author of Tunisie : l’apprentissage de la démocratie (2011-2021) (Nouveau Monde Éditions, 2021), Dissidents du Maghreb depuis les indépendances (Belin, 2018, with Pierre Vermeren) and the co-editor of Le Maghreb dans les relations internationales (CNRS Éditions, 2011) and Les médias en Méditerranée et dans le monde arabe (Actes Sud, 2009).
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