Topic: Islam and democracy

Clipping from the book cover of ‘The People Reloaded’ (source: publisher)

Interview with Nader Hashemi

''The War of Ideas in Iran Is Over''

Protests on Tahrir Square (photo: AP)

Critical Reflections on the Arab Revolutions

Profiteers from Authoritarian Decay

Women protesting in Cairo against the Mubarak regime (photo: dpa)

Interview with Sami Kilani

''The Symbol of Resistance Is Not the Bullet!''

Protests on Tahrir Square on the ‘Day of Departure’ in Cairo (photo: dpa)

Friday Protests in the Arab World

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More than Religious Symbolism

Statue of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in Ankara (photo: AP)

Islam and Politics in Turkey

A Divided Nation

Erdogan with his wife during the election campaign (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Turkish Elections

From Megalomania to True Greatness?

Demonstration for Secularism in Tunisia in spring 2011 (photo: Lina Ben Mhenni/DW)

Intercultural Dialogue

Goethe Institute Supports Post-Arab Spring Cultural Work

Protests on Tahrir Square (photo: AP)

Interview with Hamid Dabashi

''Another People Now Is Redefining the Idea of Democracy''

Khaled Al-Khamissi (left) and Stefan Weidner (photomontage: Susanne Schanda/DW)

In Dialogue: Khaled Al-Khamissi – Stefan Weidner

The Arab Spring

Muslims pass by the Sehitlik Mosque in Berlin (photo: picture alliance/dpa)

Islam's Internal Debate on Reform

The Battle for Interpretational Supremacy

Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel's ''The People Reloaded''

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The Green Movement and the Struggle for Iran's Future

Tunisians celebrate the fall of dictator Ben Ali (photo: AP)

Education and Democracy in Tunisia

An Ideology-free Sphere in the Shadow of Dictatorship

A boy carries the Turkish and the Palestinian flag (photo: AP)

Turkey and the "Arab Spring"

The Turkish Chimera

Protests on Tahrir Square (photo: AP)

Political Models after the Arab Revolutions

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Islam, Sharia, and Democracy

Man reading the Koran (photo: dpa)

Essay: Sadiq Al-Azm

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The Fight over the Meaning of Islam

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