Siddique-Wuite

Abul-Hasanat Siddique is the Managing Editor at Fair Observer, and the former Middle East Editor at the publication. Having worked at Fair Observer since May 2011, he has been a pivotal figure with the growth and success of the company. He is currently completing his thesis for his MSc in Middle East Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), and intends to pursue a PhD. Casper Wuite is a Contributing Editor (Middle East) at Fair Observer. Currently based in Cairo, he writes on politics and development in the Arab world. He has worked for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Lebanon, as a youth development consultant in Egypt, and as an international election observer for the National Democratic Institute in Egypt (2011) and Algeria (2012). Wuite holds an MSc degree in Politics and Government from the London School of Economics.

Unrest in the Middle East: A Conversation With Siddique and Wuite

Apr 13, 2013

Abul-Hasanat Siddique and Casper Wuite, co-authors of The Arab Uprisings: An Introduction, talk about the political unrest in the Middle East, the Syrian Civil War, the globalisation of media, and the future prospects for the region. [Note: This article was cross-posted with Foreign Policy Blogs.]

The Arab Street Has Spoken: Change is Inevitable

Feb 03, 2013

The following is the last of a series of excerpts that Fair Observer will be featuring from its first book, The Arab Uprisings: An Introduction. Read the first excerpt here. As the Arab Uprisings enter their third year, the face of the region, marred by political and economic decay, is...

The United States and the Arab Uprisings

Jan 27, 2013

The following is the fourth of a series of excerpts that Fair Observer will be featuring from its first book, The Arab Uprisings: An Introduction. Read the first excerpt here.

After the Arab Uprisings

Jan 21, 2013

The following is the third of a series of excerpts that Fair Observer will be featuring from its first book, The Arab Uprisings: An Introduction. Read the first excerpt here.