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  • After Mubarak

    After Mubarak
    • February 16, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.
    • عربي

    Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has stepped down, handing authority to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. What can be expected from the country’s new military rulers and what does this signal for the rest of the Arab world?

  • Arab Youth Unemployment (Panels I and II): Roots, Risks, and Responses

    Arab Youth Unemployment (Panels I and II): Roots, Risks, and Responses

    The unemployment rate in the Arab region is one of the highest in the world and Arab governments need to institute political and socioeconomic reforms in order to counter the negative effects of youth unemployment in their countries.

  • Egypt on the Brink

    Egypt on the Brink
    • February 03, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.
    • عربي

    As protests in Egypt escalate into a full-fledged uprising that threatens to unravel Egypt's existing political order, President Mubarak's announcement that he will not run for president again in September does not seem to be enough to appease the protesters and end the protests.

  • From Tunisia to Egypt: Protests in the Arab World

    From Tunisia to Egypt: Protests in the Arab World

    Protests in Tunisia that pushed President Ben Ali to flee the country have sparked mass protests in the region, spreading to Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen. The protests in Egypt are growing and unlike anything seen in decades. Will Tunisia remain an isolated case or the beginning of a wave of change?

  • The New Iraqi Government: Implications for U.S. Policy

    The New Iraqi Government: Implications for U.S. Policy
    • January 25, 2011 —  Washington, D.C.

    As U.S. troops continue to withdraw from Iraq, America’s relationship with the emerging democracy is evolving from a security-dominated military alliance into a more traditional bilateral relationship based on cooperation between civilian institutions.

  • The Blue Peace: Rethinking Middle East Water

    The Blue Peace: Rethinking Middle East Water
    • January 20, 2011 —  Beirut

    While water and water scarcity are often seen as a source of potential conflict in the Middle East, policy measures can be taken that could turn tensions around water into opportunities for socio-economic development.

  • Economic and Political Outlook for the Middle East and North Africa

    Economic and Political Outlook for the Middle East and North Africa
    • December 15, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    While almost every economy in the Middle East and North Africa region is projected to accelerate in 2011-2012, significant downside risks to this forecast remain.

  • Egypt's Political Future: The Parliamentary Elections and Beyond

    Egypt's Political Future: The Parliamentary Elections and Beyond
    • November 18, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    As voters prepare to head to the polls for parliamentary elections on November 28, the Egyptian government has tightened restrictions on independent media and civil society and has already disqualified one-quarter of the Muslim Brotherhood's candidates.

  • Without The Peace Process, What Will Palestinians Do, and Why?

    Without The Peace Process, What Will Palestinians Do, and Why?
    • November 10, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    With the peace process halted and little hope for reinitiating direct talks, Palestinians are discussing the possibility of formulating an alternative strategy for achieving statehood.

  • The Heart of the Conflict in the Middle East

    The Heart of the Conflict in the Middle East
    • November 04, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    His Royal Highness Prince Turki Al-Faisal discussed the current state of the Middle East peace process and the Saudi-U.S. relationship.

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