Assist. Professor. Dr Ramzi Bendebka
Ramzi is a Researcher, Consultant and Lecturer, with a focus on regional studies, sustainable development and economic cooperation. A PhD holder from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), in Kuala Lumpur, He is currently an Assistant Professor at IIUM. He is also a contributor in different well-known sites and platforms like Asia Power Watch and Modern Diplomacy, He is also the author of The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): A Study in New Regionalism, 1989-2009, as well as several articles on Regional Studies, the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East regionalism.
“Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation: A study in New Regionalism, 1989-2009”.With Ishtiaq Hussain. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. Germany. ISBN: 978-659-11058-0.
“International Relations in the Muslim World: Promoting Moderation”, in Moderation: A Multidisciplinary studies. Ed: Ahmad Yousef. New York: LEGAS. ISBN: 978-1-897493-52-6
Territorial Issues and Conflicts in the MENA Region. Atlas Institute of International Affairs, London.
The Future of Asian FTAs and Trade Blocs after Covid-19. Asia Power Watch. France.
Pitfalls of Nationalism in the Middle East and North Africa Region. Current Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (CRJSSH). 3 (1) pp 1-14.
Regionalism from an Islamic Views: the Case of MENA Region. Journal of Islamic, Social, Economics, and Development (JISED). (V: 4, N: 23, 23-35).
New Regionalism. الموسوعة السياسية (Political Encyclopedia) pp.1-5
Open Regionalism. الموسوعة السياسية (Political Encyclopedia) pp.1-7
New Regionalism and Globalization: Identifying the Relationship. Jil Journal of Political Studies and International Relations, 6 (26) pp.61-82.
Regional Cooperation from Islamic Perspectives. International Conference on Islamic Management and Multidisciplinary Studies (IMAMS 2019). Proceedings: eISBN: 978 – 967 – 17343 – 0 – 8.
“Regional Issues in the Arab World”. Jil-International Studies Journal. (V: 5, N: 19, 114-128) Lebanon: Jil Center
“Challenges of Cooperation in Asia-Pacific Region: Highlighting some Probabilities”. International Affairs Forum Journal. Washington DC: Center of International Relations.