Dr. Mohammad Fayez Farhat is the Director of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies. He holds a BA in Political Science from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University (1992), a Master’s in Political Science (New Regionalism in Asia) (2001), and a Ph.D. in Political Science (Occupation and Rebuilding the State: A Comparative Study of Post-World War II Experiences and Post-Cold War Experiences) (2013), Cairo University. His research interests are focused on Asian studies.
Dr. Farhat pays special attention to the ongoing transformations in the Middle East, the policies of major powers in the region, political Islam movements, and the transformations underway in the structure of the world economic order, especially the rising international economic blocs. He has authored several books, including Occupation and Rebuilding the State: The Cases of Japan, Afghanistan, and Iraq (The Centre for Arab Unity Studies, 2015) and many papers published in dozens of books by many Arab and international think tanks.