The conflict in Ukraine is exacerbating an already poor economic situation in Tunisia.
As Israel’s president prepares to visit Turkey, the two countries have much to discuss that is mutually beneficial.
As Yemen’s conflict rages on, the main obstacle to achieving southern Yemenis’ political aspirations has become rivalries among southern political groups. Here’s where the rivalries come from and how they shape southern Yemen today.
The U.S. administration should adopt more cohesive policies in the region, otherwise U.S. actions may not bring greater stability, but the contrary.
Adopting radical measures to limit Tehran’s influence has usually failed, so it’s best to try something else.
After using the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to crack down on opposition figures for more than a year, the Algerian authorities are intensifying repression against the last voices of dissent, hoping to put an end to the Hirak once and for all.
For Egypt to deliver on its economic projects, the tentacles of military retirees in the state bureaucracy must be cut.
What is behind Turkish President Erdogan’s visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates?
Three targeted recommendations would help transform the military economy in Egypt.
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