Algiers and Beijing have improved their economic ties, but Algeria can certainly benefit more.
If Tunisia’s top-down strategy to boost investment and private-sector growth is to succeed, a bottom-up approach is also needed to address the country’s most urgent challenges.
Tunisia is restructuring the state’s economic role, but the effects could sharpen inequalities and threaten political stability.
The new US president needs to shift American policy towards the Middle East from a predominantly security perspective focused on the fight against ISIS to one that engages with larger socioeconomic triggers for instability.
On the eve of the U.S. election, Carnegie’s Maha Yahya explains what it may mean for the region.
Protests in Morocco reveal anger with the way officials ignore human life and dignity.
Why we are likely to see more female jihadis in the future.
“Madkhali” Salafists in Libya are active in the battle against the Islamic State, and in factional conflicts.
Morocco’s upcoming elections could be a referendum on the Justice and Development Party’s balancing act with the monarchy.
The Carnegie Middle East Center and Middle East Program are happy to announce the launch of Diwan, the new Carnegie blog featuring timely analysis on the region’s most pressing issues.