Abdallah Hendawy is the Head of Digital Strategy at the Arabia Foundation. He specializes in Egypt affairs, violent extremism, and radical social movements in the Middle East. He previously worked at a number of think tanks and government agencies, including the U.S. Government, United States Institute of Peace, the German Friedrich Naumann Stiftung, among others. Hendawy has a Master's degree in Conflict Resolution and a Ph.D. in political sociology from George Mason University. He writes occasionally on Egyptian affairs for a number of publications, including The Washington Post and Bloomberg.
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Hendawy, Abdallah. 2018. "The danger that lurks in Sisi’s Egypt." Reuters.
Hendawy Abdallah, Abdo Geneive. 2018. “Iran's Latest Revolution Won't Fade Away” Bloomberg.
Hendawy Abdallah, Abdo Geneive. 2017. “Saudi Arabia is trying to contain the spread of Salafism. It won’t work” Washington Post.
Hendawy, Abdallah et al. 2017. “The Big Spin: Corruption and the growth of violent extremism” Transparency International. UK.
Hendawy, Abdallah and Vali Mansouri. 2016. Fooled By the Folol? How Antagonisms and Misrecognitions within Social Currents Stunted the Egyptian Revolution. in Understanding Southern Social Movements: Routledge. UK.
Hendawy, Abdallah. 2015. “Sisi’s Failed Attempt to be Mubarak.” International Policy Digest. USA.
Hendawy, Abdallah. 2015. “In search of a legacy, Egypt’s leader buys arms” Mada Masr, Egypt.