Strengthening the Canadian Armed Forces through Diversity and Inclusion
Using a number of cases to highlight both challenges and opportunities, Strengthening the Canadian Armed Forces through Diversity and Inclusion provides a timely look at an established Canadian institution in a rapidly changing world.
What's Wrong with the IMF
In this book, Bessma Momani and Mark Hibben dissect the variables and institutional dynamics at play in IMF governance, surveillance, lending, and capacity development to expose the fundamental barriers to change.
Egypt: Beyond Tahrir Square
In this important and necessary volume, leading Egyptian academics and writers share their eyewitness experiences. They examine how events unfolded in relation to key social groups and institutions such as the military, police, labor, intellectuals, Coptic Christians, and the media; share the mood of the nation; assess what happened when three recent regimes of Egyptian rule came to an end; and account for the dramatic rise and fall of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Arab Dawn: Arab Youth and the Demographic Dividend they will bring
In the west, news about the Middle Eastseems to be dominated by an endless stream of stories about civil war, sectarian violence, religious extremism, and economic stagnation. But a change is coming, argues Bessma Momani, and its cause is demographic. Combining careful political analysis, insightful statistics, and numerous interviews conducted with young people from all across the Middle East and North Africa, An Arab Dawn is a study of the Arab world like no other.
co-edited with J. Hennebry
Following 9/11, the securitization of state practices and policies has chipped away at the citizenship and personal rights of all Canadians, particularly those of Arab descent. This book argues that, in a securitized global context and through racialized immigration and security policies, Arab Canadians have become "targeted transnationals." Negative media representations have further legitimized their homogenization and racialization.
Shifting GeoEconomic Power of the Gulf: Oil, Finance and Institutions
co-edited with M. Legrenzi
This book brings together for the first time distinguished Gulf experts to analyse the renewed geo-economic prominence of the Gulf states.
From Desolation to Reconstruction: Iraq's Troubled Journey
co-edited with M. Lamani
Iraq’s streets are unsafe, its people tormented, and its identity as a state challenged from within and without.
Twentieth Century World History, A Canadian Perspective
co-authored with W. Duiker
Twentieth-Century World History attempts to chronicle the key events in this revolutionary century from a Canadian perspective.
Canada and the Middle East
co-edited with P. Heinbecker
From the perspective of Canada’s diplomats, academics, and former policy practitioners involved in the region, the book offers an overview of Canada’s relationship with the Middle East and the challenges Canada faces there.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) - Egyptian Debt Negotiations
This monograph assesses the modus operandi of debt negotiations between Egypt and the IMF, using the four agreements of 1987, 1991, 1993, and 1996.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
“Getting the Politics of Protecting Critical Infrastructure Right” w. Jean-François Bélanger in Stress Tested: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Canadian National Security Eds Leah West, Thomas Juneau, and Amarnath Amarasingam. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. (2021) “Canada-Middle-East Relations” w. N. Shibli. in Handbook of Canada in International Affairs Eds R. Murray and P. Gecelovsky. Palgrave (2021) “Transcultural Identity Formation Among Canadian-Arab Youth: Nurturing Self-Knowledge through Metissage and Blunting Canadianness as an Alterity.” Cultural Production and Social Movements after the Arab Spring: Nationalism, Politics, and Transnational Identity. Eid Mohamed and Ayman El Desouky. Eds. New York: I.B. Tauris. (2021). “Hyphenated Identities: Arab Youth Experiences in Canada” w. N. Shibli. in Arab Worlds beyond the Middle East and North Africa, Eds M. F. Alkazemi and C. E. Youakim, Lexington Books. (2021). "Cultural Production and Social Movements After the Arab Spring: Nationalism, Politics, and Transnational Identity." W. M. Finn. Cultural Production and Social Movements after the Arab Spring Nationalism, Politics, and Transnational Identity “Economics: Bread, Jobs, and Beyond” with M. Morgan in Societies of the Middle East and North Africa edited by S. Yom, Routledge Press (2019) “Global Financial Governance” in International Organization and Global Governance, 2nd Edition. Edited by T. G. Weiss & R. Wilkinson. Routledge Press (In Press, 2018). “Knowledge and Learning in the World Bank: Assessing the Role, Challenges and Prospects for a More Accountable IFI” with T. Kramarz, in Accountability and Governance. Edited by J. Kirton. Ashgate Publishing (2017). “Tracing Participatory Planning in Amman” with L. Khirfan in Order and Disorder: The Middle East’s Urban Governance and Participatory Planning. Edited by L. Khirfan. McGill University Press (2017). “Professional Management Consultants’ Advice on Public Policy Issues: Growing their Transnational Impact on Shaping Solutions to Pressing Government Concerns” in Professional Networks in Transnational Governance. Co-edited by L. Seabrooke and L. Folke Henriksen. Cambridge University Press (2017). “Canada and the Middle East after Afghanistan” with D. Dewitt in Canada after Afghanistan: Reflections on Canadian International Security Policy, Edited by J. Fergusson and F. Furtado. University of British Columbia Press (2016). “Introduction” with E. Mohamed in Tahrir Square and Beyond: Critical Perspectives on Politics, Law and Security. Co-edited with E. Mohamed. Indiana University Press. (2016). “Syria and the Responsibility to Protect” with T. Hakak, in The Oxford Handbook on the Responsibility to Protect. Co-edited by T. Dunne and A. Bellamy. Oxford University Press (2016). "The Hidden History of China and the IMF" with Eric Helleiner. E. Helleiner and J. Kirshner, Eds., The Great Wall of Money: Power and Politics in China’s International Monetary Relations. Cornell University Press (2016). “Hands On or Hands Off? Lessons from the Arab Spring” with F. Hampson, in Arab Spring: Negotiating in the Shadow of Intifadat. Edited by W. Zartman. Georgia University Press (September 2015). “China and the IMF” in Enter the Dragon: China in the International Financial System Co-edited by H. Wang and D. Lombardi. Waterloo, ON: CIGI (2015). “The International Monetary Fund and Surveillance” with K. English, in Handbook on International Monetary Relations. Edited by T. Oakley, E. Elgar (2014). “China and the International Monetary Fund: A Retrospective View” with E. Helleiner, in The Great Wall of Money: Power and Politics in China’s International Monetary Relations, Edited by E. Helleiner and J. Kirshner. Cornell, Cornell University Press (2014). “App-Powered Protests Put Democracy in Peril” in Current Debates in Comparative Politics by J. Tyler Dickovick and J. Eastwood. Oxford University Press (2014). “Global Financial Governance” in International Organization and Global Governance. Edited by Thomas G. Weiss & Rorden Wilkinson. Routledge Press (2014). “Introduction” in with J. Hennebry in Targeted Transnationals: The State, the Media, and Arab Canadians. Co-edited with J. Hennebry. UBC Press (2013). “Globalization and the Middle East” with W. Hassan in Thinking the International Differently Edited by A. Tickner and O. Weaver. Routledge IR Series (2012). “Academic and Think- Tank Assessment of the IEO and its Evaluators” in Independent Evaluation at the IMF: The First Decade. Edited by R. Lamdany and H. Edison. Washington: International Monetary Fund Publication Services (2012). “Gulf Investments in the Mashreq: Political Economy Rationale?” in GeoEconomic Power of the Gulf. Edited by B. Momani and M. Legrenzi. London: Ashgate Press, (2011). "IMF Rhetoric on Reducing Poverty and Inequality" in Global Governance, Poverty and Inequality Edited by R. Wilkinson and J. Clapp. Routledge Press, (2011). “Iraq’s Tangled Web of Debt Restructuring” with A. Garrib in From Desolation to Reconstruction: Iraq's Troubled Journey Co-edited with M. Lamani. Waterloo: WLU Press, (2010). "Canada at the Bretton Woods Institutions" with E. Helleiner in As Others See Us: Canada Among Nations 2009 Edited by F. Hampson and P. Heinbecker. Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP. (2010). "Internal or External Norm Champions: The IMF and Debt Relief" in Owning Development. Edited by S. Park and A. Vetterlein. London: Cambridge University Press (2010). “Proposing IMF Reforms: Cosmetic, Democratic, or Ideological?” in Finance, Development, and the IMF Edited by J. Boughton and D. Lombardi. Oxford University Press (2009). “Slipping into Obscurity? Crisis and Institutional Reform at the IMF” Co-authored with E. Helleiner in How Can We Be Governed? Edited by A. Alexandroff. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press (2008). “Canada’s Economic Interests in the Middle East” with A. Antkiewiez in Canada and the Middle East: In theory and practice. Co-edited with P. Heinbecker. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, (2007). “Introduction” with P. Heinbecker (10 pages) in Canada and the Middle East: In theory and practice. Co-edited with P. Heinbecker. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press (2007).