Join Ambassador Edward P. Djerejian and Carnegie Vice President Marwan Muasher for a discussion of the prospects for peace in the Middle East.
Since the Arab Spring first broke out in December 2011, Russian policymakers have viewed regional developments with unease. They now wonder what rising Islamist parties in the Middle East will mean for Russia's relationship with its own Muslim minority.
Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, it is important to examine Iraq’s trajectory today, the war’s cost, and the geopolitical lessons learned.
Deadlock at the UN Security Council has so far dashed international hopes for finding an end to the Syrian crisis. The United States and Russia must now find a practical mechanism for implementing political transition in Syria.
Two years after the democratic revolutions in several Arab countries, the economic situation in the region remains precarious.
Although Arab states have made admirable progress in reducing the gap between men and women in areas such as access to education and health care, more female participation in the region’s political and economic life is still needed.
For the first time on film, six victims of Iran’s torture chambers speak. These are not criminals, but acclaimed writers, journalists, and scholars.
The first meeting of the regional think tank support project sought to explore the challenges and opportunities facing Arab think tanks during the Arab transitions and what role they can play in creating conditions for change.
The first introductory meeting of the youth network initiative took place in Egypt and sought to identify the primary issues facing the youth in the Middle East and North Africa, and map their priorities in terms of research and activism.
Bahrain epitomizes a U.S. dilemma in the Gulf that is likely to worsen as pressure for social and political change grows throughout the region.