While at CRASSH Dr El Harthi will be researching Planning of Quality Assurance Institutionalization Politics: Libyan University Education Development Policy 2025. This project is based on preparing the study plan, examining the necessity for quality assurance institutionalization planning politics in the Libyan university institution, and providing it as an indicator, concepts and policy formulation for the strategies and quality of university education.
Dr El Harthi will also be working on the Understanding and Emerging Political and Social revolts from the Arab Streets and Squares: Challenges and Prospects for Younger Generation Revolts.
Dr Milad El Harthi is currently a visiting fellow at CRASSH. He is a former Chair of the Political Science Department at the University of Benghazi, Libya, where he specialized in international political theory, comparative politics, politics of power and civic society agencies, particularly in modern Libya. He was also formerly Director of the Researching and Training Center at Benghazi University. He has been a Visiting Professor at both Moscow State University and the Arab Academy in Denmark. He is a member of the editorial board of several European journals. He was awarded his PhD in 1996 at the University of Warsaw. His main teaching interests are European Politics, Political Science, Public Administration, Humanity and Social Science Methodology, Foreign Policy and Intenational Politics.
Libyan Sate: From Personalization to Institutionalization (2013)
“Reforming Political Science in the ARab Universities”, Arab Culture Journal (2008)
“Understanding Political Culture in the Arab Mediterranean Revolts: Challenges and Prospects for EU”, World Affairs Journal
“Islam and Democracy”, Shu”UN al-Awsat Journa,l, spring (2013)
“Political Science in Libya”, Arab Culture Journal (2008)
“Reforming the Political Science in the Arab Universities: The Approach towards the Arab Plan of New Political Scientific Research”, Arab Journal of Political Science (2009)
“Arab African Northern Revolt States” ( 2010-2014): “The Missed path of Re-institutionalization and Democratic transformation”, African Journal of political Science and International Relations, (2014)
“Libya and NATO: Revolt, War and Intervention”, Journal of South Asian Studies, October, 2014,ISSN: 2307-4000 (Online), 2308-7846 (Print) http://www.escijournals.net/JSAS.
“Libyan Foreign Policy During Kaddafy’s Rule”, Shu”UN al-Awsat Journal (Meddle East Affairs Journal), Winter, No.147, 2014, Beirut, Lebanon.
The First Annual Amartya Sen Prize Contest, “Sustainable Governance Development in Fighting Illicit
“Financial Flows and Poverty in Africa” Essay, November 7-9, 2014, Yale University, New Haven.
Multidisciplinary International E-conference, world Peace Day 2014, 21 September 2014, Scientific Committee member, Spain.
-Global Insecurities International Conference 2014 (21-22 November 2014) (Friday & Saturday), University of Bristol “A Framework for Understanding Order With in Regional Security Complexes in the Western Mediterranean Rim” Paper.
– 3th Global Academic Meeting, GAM 2015, “ Health, Climate Change and Environment “ Global Societal Challenges” , Scientific Committee member, 2015.
_ “ Total Quality Management Technicality in Higher Education from Distance ” – AROQA 6th annual conference 2014, Oman, Muscat, December, 11, 2014.
– Is Libya in Unstable State: Democratic Arab Center, Berlin/ Germany http://democraticac.de.w0124385.kasserver.com/?s=Milad+ELHARATHI
– Secular Party in Libya:Can Secular Party Lead the New Libya?:http://democraticac.de/?p=742.
– The Muslim World and the Conspiracy Theories: http://democraticac.de/?p=3744.