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El Issawi, Fatima (2016) A Comparative Analysis of Traditional Media Industry Transitions in Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt. In: Zayani, Mohamed and Mirgani, Suzi, (eds.) Politics and the Media in the Post Arab Spring Middle East. Bullets and Bulletins: Media and Politics in the Wake of the Arab Uprisings. Hurst & Co., London, UK. ISBN 978-1849045643

El Issawi, Fatima (2016) Moroccan media: between change and status quo – new research report. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (28 Apr 2016). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima and Cammaerts, Bart (2016) Shifting journalistic roles in democratic transitions: lessons from Egypt. Journalism, 17 (5). pp. 549-566. ISSN 1464-8849

El Issawi, Fatima (2016) Moroccan national media: between change and status quo. LSE Middle East Centre Report. London School of Economics and Political Science, Middle East Centre, London, UK.

El Issawi, Fatima (2015) Tunisian media and political polarization: glorifying the self, rejecting the other. In: Longo, Pietro and Meringolo, Azzurra, (eds.) The Tunisian Media: Between Polarization and Compromise. Arab media report. Reset - Dialogues on Civilizations, Rome, Italy, pp. 33-48. ISBN 9788898593088

El Issawi, Fatima (2015) 'I am Charlie' versus 'I am not Charlie'. Al-Araby al-Jadeed.

El Issawi, Fatima (2014) Sex, bombs and no control in Egypt's press. Al-Araby al-Jadeed.

El Issawi, Fatima, Charlton, Meg, Kageura, Asuka and Fuller-Jackson, Kailey (2014) Conference 2014 speaker series: an interview with Fatima El Issawi. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (20 Mar 2014). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2014) Egyptian media under transition: in the name of the regime... in the name of the people? . POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

El Issawi, Fatima (2014) Women and media: Libyan female journalists from Gaddafi media to post-revolution: case study. CyberOrient, 8 (1). ISSN 1804-3194

El Issawi, Fatima (2014) The role of Egyptian media in the coup. In: IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook 2014. European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), Barcelona, Spain, pp. 299-304.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Libya: where ghosts, guns and crooked politicians hold sway. The Conversation.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) The unbearable lightness of Arab ‘liberals’. openDemocracy.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Egypt's media war. Polis blog (16 Aug 2013). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Egypt’s media war. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (16 Aug 2013). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Biased media the new norm. Correspondents.org.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) The nascent professional standards of traditional media in post-Arab Spring countries. The Majalla: the leading Arab magazine (11 Jul 2013). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Is Libyan media more free after the revolution? (New research report). Polis blog (09 Jul 2013). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Libya media transition: heading to the unknown. . POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) Transitional Libyan media: free at last? The Carnegie Papers. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

El Issawi, Fatima (2013) The painful rebirth of Libya’s mainstream news media (guest blog). Polis blog (03 Feb 2013). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) In post-revolution Egypt, talk shows redefine the political landscape. Foreign Policy.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) All talk? Egypt’s complex media revolution (guest blog). Polis blog (09 Aug 2012). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) Tunisian media in transition. The Carnegie Papers. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and POLIS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) The road to professionalism for local Arab media after the Arab Spring will undoubtedly be very long and thorny. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 May 2012). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) Tunisia: winter of politics, spring of media? Middle East Centre Blog (18 Apr 2012). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) Islamists of Tunisia: reconciling national contradictions. International Affairs at LSE (13 Apr 2012). Website.

Kitchen, Nicholas, Dodge, Toby ORCID: 0000-0003-1262-4921, Lawson, George, El Issawi, Fatima, Stein, Ewan, Ulrichsen, Kristian Coates, Alaaldin, Ranj, Phillips, Christopher, Thiel, Tobias, Rafati, Naysan and Voller, Yaniv (2012) After the Arab Spring: power shift in the Middle East? IDEAS reports - special reports, Kitchen, Nicholas (ed.) (SR011). LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

El Issawi, Fatima (2012) The Tunisian transition: the evolving face of the second republic. In: Kitchen, Nicholas, (ed.) After the Arab Spring: Power Shift in the Middle East? IDEAS reports - special reports. LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK, pp. 18-22.

El Issawi, Fatima (2011) Tunisia’s media spring?: new research project. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 Dec 2011). Website.

El Issawi, Fatima (2011) The Arab Spring and the challenge of minority rights: will the Arab revolutions overcome the legacy of the past? European View, 10 (2). pp. 249-258. ISSN 1781-6858

El Issawi, Fatima (2011) Did the Arab Spring find its roots in the new Iraq? openDemocracy.

El Issawi, Fatima (2011) Lebanon and the "Spring" of others. openDemocracy.

El Issawi, Fatima and Georgiou, Myria ORCID: 0000-0001-8771-8469 (2010) Media use at the crossroads: Nicosia. Journalism, 11 (6). pp. 758-763. ISSN 1464-8849

El Issawi, Fatima and Baumann, Gerd (2010) The BBC Arabic Service: changing political mediascapes. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 3 (2). pp. 137-151. ISSN 1873-9857

El Issawi, Fatima (2001) A female journalist or a woman who happens to be a member of the press? In: al-Amin, Anisah, Hamadeh, Najla, al-Kadiri, Nahawand and Nasr, Marlene, (eds.) Information and Communication in our Society. Bahithat (1999-2). Lebanese Association of Women Researchers, Beirut, Lebanon.

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