Carnegie’s Intissar Fakir discusses Morocco’s PJD and what its experience of governing has meant for the kingdom.
What were the particular features that set Tunisia apart from its neighbors? Is the country a model that can be replicated in other Arab countries, or simply an anomaly?
Morocco’s Party of Justice and Development sought to show that it is possible to carve out a larger role for government while remaining loyal to the palace.
Tunisia was a pioneer in digital currency, but the political will to advance further in the field has diminished.
Michele Dunne discusses the shifts in U.S. relations with Egypt and recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
U.S. and Egyptian interests are increasingly divergent and the relationship now has far less common purpose than it once did.
President Emmanuel Macron’s recent visit to Algeria was about future relations, but will the past allow that?
In Egypt, the United States can make a difference when it comes to protecting principles.
Algeria is facing the consequences of the high instability in neighboring Tunisia, Libya and the Sahel.
The argument that is often made against active engagement on human rights issues in Egypt is that no matter what the United States does, the situation will not improve. This is not true.