In an interview, Lorenzo Kamel argues that external actors continue to play a negative role in the Middle East.
In an interview, Marc Pierini explains Turkish and European maneuvers in Libya and in the seas near Greece and Cyprus.
In an interview, Jalel Harchaoui discusses the regional repercussions of the proxy war in North Africa.
In an interview, Maha Yahya says that following Saad al-Hariri’s resignation the country faces a difficult transition.
In an interview, Joseph Bahout discusses Lebanese anti-government protests and where they might lead.
In an interview, Makram Ouaiss says Lebanese politicians may provoke a new trash crisis to reach their favored waste solutions.
In an interview, Kristine Beckerle discusses human rights in Yemen and concern that the country may not be able to rebuild.
Carnegie’s Marwan Muasher discusses the possible U.S. plan to achieve a Palestinian-Israeli settlement.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
In an interview, Haroutioun Akdedian discusses his recent Carnegie article on the expansion of Syria’s religious domain.
In an interview, Edward Thomas unpacks the recent protests in Sudan, where the president has just been removed from office.
In an interview, Michele Dunne speaks about the growing number of Egyptian exiles, and the consequences of this.
In an interview, Dmitri Trenin outlines the broad principles guiding Russian policy in the Middle East.
In an interview, Syrian author Subhi Hadidi helps take us into the system and mind of Bashar al-Assad.
In an interview, Emadeddin Badi talks about today’s Libya, which faces both civil war and state collapse.
In an interview, activist Norman Finkelstein discusses his new book on the Palestinian territory and the situation there today.
Carnegie President William J. Burns discusses the Middle East and what the future may hold for a troubled region.
In an interview, Maren Koss argues that while Hezbollah and Hamas split over Syria, they see advantages in reconciliation.
Nicholas Haslam of Adam Smith International discusses local administration in Syria, and prospects for local autonomy.
Danyel Reiche discusses the ongoing World Cup and what it tells us about the Middle East and beyond.