On December 7 and 8, 2022, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center is hosting its sixth annual conference, consisting of ten discussions that will focus on the most significant and challenging global issues for the upcoming year.
Across the Arab world, different education reform initiatives have had varying levels of success in different contexts. This report explores some types of education reform that could serve as groundwork for broader change. | عربي
Saudi Arabia’s security is contingent on Yemen’s stability and economic prosperity. As such, Riyadh should help revive Yemen’s moribund economy, in both the borderlands and the inland agricultural sector.
The landmark agreement is far from a peace deal, but both countries now have vested economic interests in maintaining calm along their common border regions. | عربي
Tunisia's planned free trade zone in Ben Guerdane has stalled while similar projects in Libya have advanced. If Tunisian authorities move quickly to revitalize the plan, they can boost the economy and give hope to the marginalized border population.
Founded in 2006, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center, based in Beirut, Lebanon, draws on top regional experts to provide in-depth analysis of political, socioeconomic, and security issues in the Middle East and North Africa. The center seeks to cultivate a deeper understanding of the region by offering insights into the challenges faced by states and citizens and by addressing long-term trends. As freedom of expression has been increasingly curbed, the center has served as a space for individuals to express their views on the region and reflect on solutions.