Agenda

Algiers-Rabat Relations: Double-Edged Diplomacy

After years of relative calm, these past weeks have seen the rise of one of the hottest levels of diplomatic tension between the Moroccan and...

How the UAE’s Lobbying Instrument Works Abroad

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is actively resorting to means such as lobbying to attain the power and reputation it has failed to achieve with...

Hosni Mubarak’s Political Heritage

Hosni Mubarak, the ousted leader of Egypt, who remained in power for the longest time, died at the age of 92 on February 25. Born in 1928 to a poor...

How a possible US withdrawal from Iraq affects Turkey

The U.S. assassinations of Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis in Baghdad as an attempt to irritate Iran flared up the long-standing debate...

Today's Hirak in Algeria Needs to Take a New Track

The Algerian Mosaic Hirak celebrates its first anniversary with peaceful protests accompanied by the military. The protesters’ bravery took the...

Idlib Knot: Positions of the Parties and Possible Scenarios

Idlib has become a focal point for the armed, political and civilian aspects of the opposition side in the lengthy Syrian crisis. Therefore, the...

Tunisia: Moment for Truth

Tunisians have been very busy. People in coffee shops, barber shops and taxis are talking and it’s not about soccer anymore or the propane gas...

Franco-Algerian ties: A conflict of memory or love-hate relationship?

In a speech in Algiers in February 2017, then-French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron described the French Republic's atrocities in Algeria...