In an interview, Ibrahim Jamali discusses Lebanon’s economy and says talk of a pound devaluation is premature.
In an interview, Ruslan Mamedov unpacks Moscow’s policy in Syria and its attitude toward Bashar al-Assad.
In an interview, Kristine Beckerle discusses human rights in Yemen and concern that the country may not be able to rebuild.
In an interview, Mustapha Noman discusses the situation in Yemen as the country faces new complications.
Carnegie’s Marwan Muasher discusses the possible U.S. plan to achieve a Palestinian-Israeli settlement.
Mélisande Genat discusses the fluid identities in Sinjar, where even the Islamic State’s presence did not greatly alter ties.
Haizam Amirah-Fernández discusses the ongoing protests in Algeria and their broader regional context.
Amel Belaid discusses the role that economic conditions have played in the Algerian protests.
Ali Vaez discusses Iran’s dwindling options as tensions flare with the United States.
Younes Abouayoub of the United Nations discusses interaction between the political situation in Algeria and Libya.
In an interview, Dalia Ghanem examines the political transition in Algeria and sees signs of danger ahead.
Assaad al-Achi discusses where the foes of the Assad regime are today, and why Syrian NGOs are proliferating.
Sawsan Abou Zainedin discusses how Syria’s recent reconstruction legislation has served political priorities.
Yezid Sayigh discusses Palestinian-Israeli relations and sees little prospect of a breakthrough.
Khalif Abdirahman discusses the ties between Yemen and Somalia, at a time of crisis in the two countries.
Edward Thomas discusses the ties between Sudan and South Sudan in the midst of the South Sudanese civil war.
Carnegie’s Jarrett Blanc discusses the future of the nuclear deal with Iran, as Washington reimposes sanctions on the country.
Ibrahim Mneimneh discusses Lebanese civil society and his experiences as a parliamentary candidate in Beirut.
Carnegie’s Wael Gamal talks about the middle class in the Arab world, and what its weakening means.
Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck discusses the mechanisms that the Algerian regime uses to perpetuate itself.