Dr. Abdelilah Bouasria taught Middle East politics at American University in Washington DC and George Mason, Virginia. He is the author of Sufism and Politics in Morocco: Activism and Dissent (Routledge:2015) as well as Master and Disciple (Author house: 2007) and Mamlakat al Qaht (Nadacom: 2006) and several other articles and book chapters. He received his PhD in political science from American University in Washington DC and his Masters in international relations from Sussex University in the UK, and his B.com in economics from McGill University in Canada, and his Associate degree in Law from Mohamed V university in Rabat, Morocco. He speaks Five languages including Arabic and Spanish, and has published in four of them. He has worked as a journalist at Voice of America, DC, the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California and the embassy of Qatar in Washington DC.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
OPI and DLPT methodologies, Intercultural awareness, Gender in the Arab World, Islamic studies, Sufism, Social Movements, Theories of Power, Latin America and the Arab World, Youth, Monarchies and their resilience, and Parapsychology.
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