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  • Struggle for Democracy in the Middle East: Regional Politics and External Policies

    Struggle for Democracy in the Middle East: Regional Politics and External Policies
    • April 12, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Carnegie's Nathan Brown discusses the experiences of activists, political parties, religious groups, and governments in the Middle East and highlights the difficulties involved in bringing democracy to the region.

  • Armenia and Turkey: Bridging the Gap

    Armenia and Turkey: Bridging the Gap

    The rapprochement between Armenia and Turkey is in crisis. The protocols on normalization and recognition have not been ratified and a process of great historic and strategic importance is in danger of collapse.

  • Tribal Conflict and Resolution in Yemen

    Tribal Conflict and Resolution in Yemen
    • March 19, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Since Yemen became a policy priority three months ago, there has been much discussion about the emergence of under-governed spaces in the country as host for Al-Qaeda. It is critical to understand how these alternatively governed areas function, deal with conflict, and how traditional methods of conflict resolution work.

  • After the Elections: A New Beginning for Iraq and the United States?

    After the Elections: A New Beginning for Iraq and the United States?
    • March 19, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    On March 7th, Iraqis went to the polls to vote in their second free parliamentary elections. The subsequent government formation process will have implications on the stability of Iraq and the U.S. effort to withdraw combat forces.

  • The Iraqi Political Landscape before the March 2010 Elections

    The Iraqi Political Landscape before the March 2010 Elections

    The Iraqi elections are decisive in determining the leadership and makeup of the next Iraqi government, which will face critical challenges in the areas of political inclusion, maintaining security, managing internal tensions over Kirkuk, and rebuilding relations with the GCC and other neighbours.

  • Labor Protest Politics and Worker Rights in Egypt

    Labor Protest Politics and Worker Rights in Egypt
    • February 17, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Since 2004, Egypt has experienced more than 1600 labor protests, which have dwarfed political protests in scale and consequence. What are the political ramifications of increased labor unrest? Are the labor movements a harbinger for a more active and mobilized Egyptian society?

  • Labor Market in the Maghreb Countries: Structures, Institutions, and Policies

    Labor Market in the Maghreb Countries: Structures, Institutions, and Policies

    High unemployment rates among women, youth, and educated job seekers in the Maghreb countries suggests that more needs to be done to improve not only the quantity of job opportunities but also their quality.

  • BBC Live at Carnegie: Obama’s Foreign Policy—One Year On

    • January 14, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    In a special live broadcast of the BBC’s prestigious The World Tonight, leading foreign policy experts assess President Obama's first year in office and the chief challenges that lie ahead: strengthening the nonproliferation regime, climate change, the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, Iran, and Afghanistan.

  • Food Security in the Arabian Peninsula

    Food Security in the Arabian Peninsula
    • January 14, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Food security is fast becoming a critical issue for Persian Gulf countries as they face three converging factors: tighter global food markets with strained export surpluses, a decline in domestic production, and continuous population growth.

  • In-House Briefing on the 2010 Iraqi Parliamentary Elections

    In-House Briefing on the 2010 Iraqi Parliamentary Elections
    • December 16, 2009 —  Beirut

    The Iraqi parliamentary elections in 2010 will determine whether the country moves toward consolidating a stable democracy, or slides deeper into sectarian turmoil.

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