Moatamer received his bachelor degree from AUC, majoring in Political Science & minoring in Computer Science. He has been actively involved in political life since his graduation by contributing to leading Egyptian newspapers and media about the Domestic Politics and Regional Affairs.
In 2013, Moatamer was chosen to represent the youth and was one of the members of the Committee of 50 in drafting Egypt's Constitution. Since 2012, Moatamer has been working in the sector of NGOs and in 2015 he established his own NGO dedicated to education & sustainable development.
Moatamer obtained his M. A. in Political Science - International Relations from Cairo University. The title of his thesis is “The Impact of the Energy Issues on Regional Balance. Comparative study between the Caspian and East Mediterranean Regions.” He is currently enrolled in Cairo University PhD programme and writing his dissertation that is due 2023.
Ph.D. candidate in Political Science, International Relations, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University.
M.A. in Political Science, International Relations, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University.
B.A. in Political Science, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, The American University in Cairo.
- International Relations
- Energy Issue
- Political Economy
- Regional Balance
- Strategic Studies
- World Order
- Non State Actors
Amin, M. (2020), United States and Eastern Mediterranean Gas Pipeline Projects. Marsad El-Taqa. Ahram Center for Political & Strategic Studies. Issue # 104. Cairo, Egypt. Page 5-8.
Amin, M. (2018). “Repercussions of ‘Turk Stream’ on Turkish Policy in the Middle East.” Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies. Cairo, Egypt.
Amin, M (2020), New Balance or New Front? Egyptian Foreign Policy in Eastern Mediterranean, 2013-2019, (Paper Presentation). BAEPS Annual Conference 2020. Cairo.
Amin, A. (2020). “The Impact of Energy Issues on Regional Balance. Comparative Study Between the Caspian and Eastern Mediterranean Regions.” The Emirates Center For Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR). Abu Dhabi, The United Arab Emirates.
Amin, A. (2016). “Malek, Raees, Thawra” (king, President, Revolution) Kotob-Khana. Cairo, Egypt [in Arabic]