Ali Alsayegh is a PhD Candidate and Postgraduate Teaching Associate of Middle East politics at the University of Exeter, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies (IAIS). He previously worked as the Communications Officer for the United Nations Development Programme in Kuwait. His current academic work revolves around developing the theory of Emotional Entrepreneurialism which seeks to capture how political leaders can stimulate emotional arousals within their followers to motivate both peaceful and violent political mobilization.
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