In an interview, Hamza Meddeb discusses Tunisian President Qaïs Saied’s further consolidation of power.
In an interview, Sarah Yerkes discusses President Qaïs Said’s sidelining of the country’s cabinet and parliament.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
The border towns of Ouargla and Tataouine, suffer from a profound socio-economic marginalization by comparison to the northern and coastal regions.
Tunisia’s informal trade is thriving as thanks to the rise of maritime networks responsible for importing goods.
In an interview, Dalia Ghanem discusses the recent elections in Algeria.
Russia is in the Mediterranean to stay. As long as the Kremlin remains locked in a tense standoff with NATO, it will aim to prevent the alliance from dominating the region.
Tunisia's informal trade networks reflect growing trends: the country's progressive shift away from Europe, and the rise of Turkey and China as major trade partners.
The lack of trust between citizens and their civilian institutions has led to a total inability of political institutions to respond to peoples’ demands.
Turkey is advancing economic, energy, and military objectives in North Africa, particularly in Algeria.