The Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center and UNDP invite you to the regional launch of the Human Development Report 2020 and a conversation to explore the implications of the report for the Arab states region.
As border crossings reopen, Jordanian authorities might have to tolerate a degree of informal petty trade with Syria to revive Ramtha's economy and prevent social unrest.
Ouargla Province, in central Algeria, is a resource-rich but infrastructure-poor province. As protests there ramp up, Algiers may find itself squeezed on solutions.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
Lebanon and Syria are using the fate of Syrian refugees to advance their economic and political agendas.
In an interview, Hamza Meddeb discusses the 2020 protests in the impoverished Tunisian region of Tataouine.
Despite statements to the contrary, Lebanon’s political class seems unenthusiastic about forming a government today.
A recent survey of experts on the region indicates a shift in views that Arab decisionmakers cannot ignore.
When Naim Attallah died recently, few remembered the role he played in one of the Middle East’s worst financial scandals.
The 2019-2020 crises not only swept away the idea that Lebanon is a paragon of economic success, but also made blatant another kind of exceptionalism in the country—its record-high income and wealth inequality, which is perpetuated by the corrupt political economy.