Aymen Briki

Research Fellow

Project Activities

Jordan

Other Activities and Research Interests

Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Constitutional and Civil Rights, Political Sciences, International Relations and Geopolitics, Islamic Law, Administrative Law

Professional and Academic Background

Since 8/2020 Research Fellow, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law

8/2019-7/2020 Associate Programme Officer at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Africa Office, Subregional office North Africa and West Asia, Tunis (Tunisia).

Since 9/2016 PhD candidate in Public Law at Sousse University (Tunisia).

2013-2016 Master’s degree in Political Sciences at Sousse University (Tunisia).

2009-2013 Licentiate degree in Public Law at Sousse University (Tunisia).

Publications
  • The Essebsi Government (2011): continuity or change? Aymen Briki & Reinhardt Rummel, in Tunisia’s International Relations since the Arab Spring: Transition inside and out, London and New York, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2017. 33-55.
  • The German-Tunisian Relations in the Transition Period, Master Thesis in Political Sciences, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Sousse. 2016. 113p (in Arabic).