Egypt has no choice but to hope that its short-term wagers in Libya pay off down the road.
Turkey’s military intervention in Libya, involving the deployment of Syrian fighters, is the latest chess move in a long-running civil war that followed the 2011 revolution, the NATO-led intervention, and the overthrow of the dictator Muammar Qaddafi.
Algeria’s new president has been going overboard to win the approval of a population that doesn’t want him.
In an interview, Marc Pierini explains Turkish and European maneuvers in Libya and in the seas near Greece and Cyprus.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
As the tenth anniversary of the first uprising of the Arab Spring approaches, massive and sustained popular uprisings in Sudan, Algeria, Iraq, and Lebanon have shown that the Arab world is far from finished with the question of democracy.
In an interview, Jalel Harchaoui discusses the regional repercussions of the proxy war in North Africa.
Qaboos seemed an anachronism in his final years on the throne, a temperate leader in an intemperate Middle East. His passing has huge consequences for the fate of his temperate model, with all its imperfections.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
As the news of the killing of Qassem Suleimani sunk in, the differences between how it was covered in the West and the reaction in the wider Arab world became clear.