In an interview, activist Norman Finkelstein discusses his new book on the Palestinian territory and the situation there today.
Jordan is in dire need of a new social contract, one that regards all citizens as equal and gives them a meaningful voice as the country attempts to address its economic situation.
Given the growing public anger in Iraq, the only path forward is to make the state more efficient and accountable.
Although Western donors’ local political assistance in opposition Syria has differed starkly from prior interventions in two crucial domains, the tensions of previous reconstruction and state-building efforts are being replicated almost wholesale.
Hezbollah will be hard-pressed to balance its regional role with the growing socioeconomic demands of Lebanese voters.
Good governance is no longer seen as being closely tied to the establishment of Palestine.
With his succession looming, the Palestinian president must put his house in order.
U.S. political commitment and leadership are essential to establishing inclusive, stable governance in eastern Syria.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
The United States can still salvage a marginally but meaningfully better outcome for its own interests and the Syrian people by pushing for greater formal decentralization in eastern Syria.