Mustapha Khalfi

Former  Visiting Scholar

Ph.D. candidate – Mohamed V University, Rabat; M.L., B.A., Mohamed V University, Rabat; B.A., B.S., Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra

  • Arabic
  • French
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Mustapha Khalfi, editor-in-chief of the Moroccan daily newspaper “ATTAJDID,” writes on Moroccan politics, regional politics and political Islam. He was also a visiting scholar in Carnegie’s Democracy Rule of Law project, where he analyzed political reform trends in the region and the changing role of Islamist movements and parties.

Khalfi’s three-month residence began a year-long Fulbright/American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow studying U.S. policy in the Middle East, with a focus on democracy promotion efforts. Khalfi has published more than 200 articles and reports for a number of newspapers and journals.

Selected Publications: The Parliamentary Experience of “Justice and Development Party” (Rabat: Palmares , 2002); Political Participation of the Moroccan Islamic Movement (Rabat: Palmares, in press); Morocco and the Struggle Against Poverty (Attajdid, January, 2005); The Iraqi Election and Its Impact on the Bush Policy Towards Iran (Attajdid, December, 2004)

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