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Islamist Parties

v  Political Islam Becomes Less Political,” Imminent Frame, Social Science Research Council blog, March 2014

v  The Brotherhood Withdraws Into Itself,” Project on Middle East Political Science memo, January 2014

v  Roundtable on the Future of Political Islam,” Jadaliyya, November 2013

v  Kuwait’s Muslim Brotherhood under Pressure” (with Scott Williamson), Foreign Policy, November 2014

v  Islam and Politics in the New Egypt,” Carnegie Paper April 2013

v  When Victory Becomes an Option: The Muslim Brotherhood Confronts Success,” Carnegie Paper, January 2012

v The Muslim Brotherhood as Helicopter Parent,” Foreign Policy, 27 May 2011

v  The Brotherhood’s Coming-Out Party,” Carnegie commentary, 24 March 2011

v  Will Slow and Steady Win the Race?Foreign Policy, 28 February 2011

v  Islamists: Politics Beckons Once Again,” Carnegie commentary 22 February 2011

v  The Irrelevance of the International Muslim Brotherhood,” Foreign Policy, 20 September 2010

v  The Muslim Brotherhood's (and Egypt's) Qutb Conundrum,” Foreign Policy, 17 May 2010

v  The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Islamist Participation in a Closing Political Environment,” with Amr Hamzawy, Carnegie paper, March 2010

v  Kuwaiti Democracy in Crisis,” Islam On Line, May 2009

v  Kuwait’s 2008 Parliamentary Elections: A Setback for Democratic Islamism,” Carnegie web commentary, May 2008

v  The Draft Party Platform of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Foray Into Political Integration or Retreat Into Old Positions?” with Amr Hamzawy, Carnegie Paper, January 2008

v  What Islamists Need to be Clear About: The Case of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood,” Carnegie Web Commentary, February 2007 (with Amr Hamzawy and Marina Ottaway)

v  Pushing Toward Party Politics?  Kuwait’s Islamic Constitutional Movement,” Carnegie Paper, January 2007

[Note: Mohammed Hussein Al-Dallal of the Islamic Constitutional Movement issued a response to this paper]

v  Jordan and Its Islamist Movement: The Limits of Inclusion?” Carnegie Paper, November 2006

v  Islamist Movements and the Democratic Process in the Arab World: Exploring Gray Zones,” Carnegie Paper No. 67, March 2006, with Amr Hamzawy and Marina Ottaway