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Turkish-Dutch row: electoral posturing or deeper troubles?

Turkish-Dutch row: electoral posturing or deeper troubles?

Amin Saikal asks 'What does all this mean for Turkish-European Union relations and its implications for Muslims in Europe?'

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The Day After: Iraq in the wake of the Caliphate

The Day After: Iraq in the wake of the Caliphate

CAIS research scholar, Damian Doyle & Tristan Dunning write in Australian Institute of International Affairs...

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CAIS Persian students

CAIS Persian students

celebrate the Iranian New Year in a traditional style...

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HE Dr Al-Sabah's public lecture

HE Dr Al-Sabah's public lecture

The former Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Kuwait gave a frank and comprehensive presentation on regional security in the Middle East...

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Legalising Authoritarianism in Egypt

Legalising Authoritarianism in Egypt

During his recent visit to ANU, Prof Amr Hamzawy discussed legal and political changes in Egypt, in an interview with Prof. James Piscatori...

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Welcome to the Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies

The Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies (Middle East & Central Asia) forms part of the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences at The Australian National University. CAIS is Australia’s premier location for studies in this field, with a high international standing and links with major counterparts in the Arab & Muslim world, as well as in North America and Europe.

Meet a student

Katja

Katja

Higher Degree by Research (PhD)

Study options

The Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies offers a wide variety of programs. It is currently offering courses in Middle Eastern and Central Asian politics and the three major languages of the region: Arabic, Persian and Turkish.

 

 

 

Updated: 27 March 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head of CAIS / Page Contact:  Web publisher