As Egypt and Ethiopia negotiate the details of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, tensions are on the rise. Sudan, which has vested interest in the dam, too, could be an essential third party to smooth over the disputes.
While the Algerian state, like many others in the region, debates human security and the protection of the most vulnerable, it is this very same state that put women and children at risk.
As conflicts in Syria, Yemen, Libya, and Iraq move toward de-escalation, postwar reconstruction will be complicated. Each country has a unique postwar outlook, but in all four countries, political reconstruction is a key foundation for long-term economic stability.
Protesters in the marginalized city of Tataouine have successfully forced the hand of Tunisia's government, becoming an inspiration for other struggling regions. But while under tremendous constraints, including a pandemic, is Tunis even capable of delivering on its commitments?
By impeding research, Egypt curtails knowledge that can help resolve crises, especially in border areas.
Ten years after its protests sparked the Arab Spring, Tunisia remains the lone country in the Middle East to have effectively changed its system of governance. Yet many Tunisians have mixed feelings about how much progress their country has made.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
Two military generals and the brother of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika have been acquitted by a military court.
Despite the Hirak’s few tangible successes, one thing remains sure: there is before and after February 22, 2019.
In an interview, Sherif Mohyeldeen discusses the challenges of healthcare in Egypt’s border areas.