A recently approved amendment regarding Suez Canal operations highlights the problems inherent to the Egyptian regime’s model of capitalism.
The long-running dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is about more than physical resources.
The Moroccan regime continues to silence voices through censorship and arrest, apparently feeling vulnerable in the face of widespread popular criticism.
In a step that is considered a victory for Sudanese civil society, the military leadership and other political groups have agreed to a transitional constitution document.
The outcomes of the recent summit are promising, but they appear to be a rubberstamp of policies already in motion behind the scenes.
Recent talks between Al-Burhan and the FFC serve only to advance Al-Burhan’s presidential ambitions.
In attempting to shift the focus from “women’s issues” in Sada’s new podcast, we were reminded that these issues should be defined by women themselves.
After a two-year hiatus, the Arab League will convene in Algiers in November against a backdrop of uncertainty and discord.
The showdown between Libya’s rival prime ministers could continue indefinitely unless Turkey plays a more assertive mediation role.
In a recent interview, former President Moncef Marzouki said that Saied’s coup would not prevail and has proposed a road map to confront the crisis.
As a result of Spain reversing its position on the Western Sahara in favor of Morocco’s autonomy plan, Algeria has suspended its long-standing friendship treaty with Madrid.
Tunisia is staring down an unprecedented fiscal crisis while a would-be dictator smashes checks and balances.
Although many Arabs express sympathy for the Ukrainian people, social media reveals a current of support for Russian President Vladimir Putin that is rooted in polarization.
For years, economic growth rates have obscured the flaws of Egyptian state capitalism, trapping the economy in a cycle of debt, poverty, and massive crises.
Following a crackdown on the independent press in Morocco, human rights activists face increased repression and extended prison sentences.
The two neighbors’ diplomatic relations ceased last summer. But this recent break merely sheds a light on a history of tensions and mistrust.
Although the issue of women is prominent in the artwork of Arab women artists, the freedom that women artists enjoy is limited due to censorship, whether it is self-imposed or institutional.
A decade after their successful uprising, Tunisians are still waiting for the realization of their political, economic, and social demands, despite frightful signs of a lagging economy and stunted politics.
A growing alliance between Cairo and Paris is resulting in significant foreign policy coordination and in political and economic repercussions in both Egypt and France.
The recent agreement between Al-Burhan and Hamdok is unlikely to be recognized by protestors, which will likely cause continued instability in Sudan.