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  • Algerian Presidential Elections: Prospects for Change? Pluralism, Economy and Foreign Policy

    Algerian Presidential Elections: Prospects for Change? Pluralism, Economy and Foreign Policy
    • April 06, 2009 —  Beirut

    As Algerian President Bouteflika moves into his third term, he is increasingly circumventing political institutions, such as parties or parliament, by using the distribution of rent to buy loyalty.

  • Government Response to International Crisis: The Case of Morocco

    Government Response to International Crisis: The Case of Morocco

    The ‘emergency plan’ enacted in Morocco to stave off the repercussions of the global crisis focused on selected segments of the manufacturing sector while failing to prevent a downward trend in the economic indicators.

  • Gaza War: Effects and Repercussions

    Gaza War: Effects and Repercussions

    The violence in Gaza results from a region divided by Arab official institutions, popular movements, and regimes more concerned with immediate tactics than long-term options, all exacerbated by an Israeli army engaged in the use of excess force.

  • BBC Live at Carnegie: Foreign Policy For Obama

    BBC Live at Carnegie: Foreign Policy For Obama
    • December 18, 2008 —  Washington, D.C.

    In a special live broadcast of the BBC’s <i>The World Tonight</i> program, Carnegie experts assessed the foreign policy priorities facing President-elect Barack Obama. The wide-ranging discussion focused on issues from Iraq, climate change, and the Middle East peace process, to Russia and Iran.

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