Five years after the start of the popular protest movement that overthrew Ali Abdullah Saleh’s regime, Yemen is deeply embroiled in a civil war, which has escalated into a regional proxy war, with the Saudi Arabia-led military campaign to oust the Houthis from power.
The Carnegie Middle East Center invites you to attend a public panel with April Alley, Farea al Muslimi, and Mustapha Noman to discuss the current situation in Yemen. Carnegie’s Maha Yahya will moderate. | عربي
The spread of protests in Tunisia since mid-January reveals the depth of its unresolved and festering socio-economic crisis and exposes how little has changed in the relationship between the police and the general public since the 2011 uprising. | عربي
The Lebanese Armed Forces, one of the few state institutions that is regarded by most citizens as trustworthy and legitimate, continues to reflect the communal and political cleavages of broader Lebanese society. | عربي
The measures that the European Union has taken towards the refugee crisis are mostly palliative, temporary fixes that leave the EU largely in a reactive mode. | عربي
As a number of countries in the Middle East and North Africa seek to meet their growing energy needs, they are forced to weigh the highly contested costs and benefits of nuclear power.
A new generation of grassroots activists is shifting the focus from the goal of Palestinian statehood to the pursuit of new tactics to resist the Israeli occupation.| عربي
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