Timothy E. Kaldas is a nonresident fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy focusing on political and economic analysis of Egypt. His research interests include transitional politics in Egypt, regime survival strategies, sectarianism in policy and practice, U.S.-Egyptian relations as well as Egypt’s economic policies and challenges. Beyond Egypt, his research examines the social and political history of sectarianism in Iraq, U.S. policy toward the Arab-Israeli conflict, and discrimination against Muslim Europeans, particularly in France. Mr. Kaldas has also worked as a visiting professor of Politics at Nile University in Cairo. His commentary and analysis have been featured on CNN, France 24, BBC World, Radio France International, Al Jazeera English, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, London Independent, The Guardian and Mada Masr. He contributed a chapter to Looming Shadows: Migration and Integration at a Time of Upheaval on the politics and history surrounding discrimination against French Muslim citizens. Mr. Kaldas holds an M.A. in Arab studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. You can follow him on Twitter: @tekaldas.