The ceasefire has been extended in Yemen, but all the signs are that the war may be set to continue.
In an interview, Marsin Alshamary discusses the current crisis in Iraq, and the possibility of a wider armed confrontation.
The major issue in Tunisia remains the ailing economy, and it may yet undermine President Qaïs Saied’s autocratic ambitions.
By ignoring soft power in the Middle East, Iran may be undermining its regional project down the road.
Lebanon’s and Jordan’s efforts to advance female participation in their armed forces are discussed in a pair of podcasts.
Hamas’ influence may be on the rise, but the movement has yet failed to assume national leadership.
While the United Arab Emirates is highlighting female participation in the armed forces, the reality is somewhat different.
The greatest casualty from President Joe Biden’s recent visit to the Middle East was peace.
A general has been placed in Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court, perhaps subjugating the institution.
To examine the implications of the Russia-Ukraine conflict for Europe, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center is organizing a public panel discussion on Wednesday, July 20 from 16:00 till 17:30 Beirut time with Benedetta Berti, Marc Pierini and Sinan Ülgen.