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- Author: Stig Jarle Hansen, Mohamed Husein Gaas, Ida Bary
- Publication Date: 09-2017
- Content Type: Working Paper
- Institution: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
- Abstract: Although it may seem that the Muslim Brotherhood has weakened since the onset of the "Arab Winter" in 2013 and onward, organizations with their origins in the Brotherhood still have access to power in countries as diverse as Somalia, Bahrain, Morocco, and Yemen, and might regain power in other countries as well. Most Brotherhood-affiliated movements are committed to some form of democracy, unlike many of their rivals in the Middle East. Even the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have sought allies among Brotherhood affiliates, despite banning a majority of affiliated organizations.
- Topic: International Affairs
- Political Geography: Middle East