Dr. Mohamed Chtatou is a Professor of Education Science at the University in Rabat. He is currently a political analyst with Moroccan, Gulf, French, Italian and British media on politics and culture in the Middle East, Islam and Islamism as well as terrorism. He is, also, a specialist on political Islam in the MENA region with interest in the roots of terrorism and religious extremism.
Author Archive | Mohamed Chtatou
Morocco and Algeria: The Endless Cold War
Mohamed Chtatou 12.19.18
Reflections on the People of Morocco
Mohamed Chtatou 11.06.18
Is Morocco the New “Andalusia” for Multicultural Diversity?
Mohamed Chtatou 07.27.18
Is the “Moroccan Exception” Myth or Reality?
Mohamed Chtatou 04.12.18
Algeria: The Game is Over
Mohamed Chtatou 03.15.18
Casablanca: A Nightmarish City?
Mohamed Chtatou 01.11.18
On the Radicalization of Young Moroccans
Mohamed Chtatou 09.28.17
Can Algeria be Saved?
Mohamed Chtatou 05.10.17
Are Libyans Ready for Another Qaddafi?
Mohamed Chtatou 03.19.17
Is Democracy out of Reach for Much of the Middle East?
Mohamed Chtatou 01.24.17
The Islamists are Back in Power in Morocco
Mohamed Chtatou 10.18.16
The Maghreb: Any Cure?
Mohamed Chtatou 09.22.16
Moroccan Electoral Duel: Islamists vs. Royalists
Mohamed Chtatou 08.22.16
The Election of Sadiq Khan and Donald Trump
Mohamed Chtatou 05.27.16
Maghreb: Tug of War Between Religion and Tradition
Mohamed Chtatou 04.09.16
The ‘Mule Women’ of Morocco
Mohamed Chtatou 03.20.16
Post-Arab Spring: What Comes First, Bread or Democracy?
Mohamed Chtatou 03.13.16