Algeria’s new president has been going overboard to win the approval of a population that doesn’t want him.
We believe Lebanon’s public debt is unsustainable. We strongly recommend that the Lebanese government commences with a comprehensive restructuring effort to bring down the debt burden to a level the country can afford.
An independent group of development specialists, economists and finance experts met in Beirut late-December to discuss the ongoing economic crisis and the path forward. This note summarizes the deliberations and puts forth a ten-point action plan meant to arrest the crisis and place the country on a path of sustained recovery.
The confrontation and bargaining between the street and the oligarchy will continue, and its outcome will depend on which of the two proves more resilient and adaptive
Since the mass protests in October and the ensuing resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri, Lebanon’s economic and fiscal crisis has accelerated, with the World Bank forecasting a recession.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
Algeria's newly elected Presisend Abdelmadjid Tebboune will have difficulties in bringing people together.
In contesting the political class, independents must consider the importance of municipal elections.
More than protests, Lebanon today is witnessing a profound social revolution.
In Algeria, former Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune has been declared the winner of Thursday's presidential vote.