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  • Palestine and the Arab Spring

    Palestine and the Arab Spring
    • May 27, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.

    The transformation underway in the Middle East has already affected Palestine by facilitating reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas, but the impact could grow in the coming months. What are the implications of the Arab Spring for Palestine and the search for peace in the Middle East?

  • Turmoil in Syria and the Regional Consequences

    Turmoil in Syria and the Regional Consequences
    • May 25, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.
    • Français

    Following the protests and upheaval throughout the Arab world, Syrians took to the streets beginning on March 15, demanding a more responsive and democratic government. What happens in Syria in the coming months will play a critical role in the future of the region.

  • The Future of Kirkuk

    The Future of Kirkuk
    • May 20, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.

    Five years after the adoption of the new Iraqi constitution, the status of Kirkuk remains a flashpoint that threatens Iraq’s future stability.

  • Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf States

    Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf States
    • May 19, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.

    Yemen's power structures are under great strain as the political elite struggles to adapt to nationwide demands for a more responsive and inclusive government. Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states will play a critical role in Yemen's future.

  • Egypt's Transition and the Challenge of Security Sector Reform

    Egypt's Transition and the Challenge of Security Sector Reform
    • May 18, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.

    After the dismantling of the Mubarak regime’s State Security Investigations apparatus, questions remain about how the new National Security sector will differ from its predecessor and what security sector reforms will be implemented.

  • Reflections on Citizen Revolt in the Middle East

    Reflections on Citizen Revolt in the Middle East
    • May 17, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.
    • Français

    The uprisings sweeping across the Arab world will carry far-reaching—and difficult-to-predict—consequences for regional and international politics.

  • The Economic and Political Outlook for the Middle East in Turmoil

    The Economic and Political Outlook for the Middle East in Turmoil
    • May 09, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.

    The Middle East and North Africa have seen more change in the last three months than in the previous fifty years and the current turmoil will have far-reaching and, in the short-run, adverse economic implications both within the region and beyond.

  • The Need for Inclusive Growth: The IMF Economic Outlook for the MENA Region

    The Need for Inclusive Growth: The IMF Economic Outlook for the MENA Region

    The latest uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa have put socioeconomic issues at the forefront of the political debate, and achieving a more inclusive growth has become a key challenge for the region's governments.

  • Middle East Peace: The Time is Now

    Middle East Peace: The Time is Now
    • May 03, 2011 —  Brussels

    Contrary to conventional wisdom, the revolutionary change sweeping across the Arab world may provide a distinct opportunity to push for a lasting settlement between the Arabs and Israelis.

  • Turkey’s Relations with a Changing Arab World

    Turkey’s Relations with a Changing Arab World

    As Turkey's influence in the Middle East continues to grow, it is important to understand the dynamics of the changing relations between Turkey and the Arab countries of the Middle East and their regional implications.

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