Narrow by
Use this menu to filter your search results. Check boxes below to return search results related to any combination of issue and regional interest.
Issues
Regions
Stay Connected to Sada Subscribe Sada is published in English and Arabic and available as articles are published or in a weekly digest.
Enter name and address (All fields are required)
Select Delivery
x
 Print
 

December 2011 Library

عربي

Weeks of December 18 & 25, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

Bahrain

Egypt

Iraq

Libya

Morocco

Syria

Tunisia

Yemen

EU and US Policies in the Middle East

Week of December 11, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

  • “The Arab Uprisings’ Impact,” by Efraim Inbar (Middle East Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 2012). [Print edition only].
  • “The Arab Spring Risks Turning Sour,” by Georges Corm (Europe’s World, Vol. # 19, Autumn 2011).
  • “The Saudi Arab Spring Nobody Noticed,” by Russ Baker (Business Insider, December 7, 2011).
  • “The Arabs’ Perpetual Spring,” by Daniel Wagner and Daniel Jackman (The Journal of International Security Affairs, No. 21, Fall/ Winter 2011). [Print edition only]
  • “The Precarious Economies of Arab Springs,” by Robert Springborg (Survival: Global Politics and Strategy,The International Institute for Strategic Studies, Vol. 53, # 6, December 2011- January 2012). [Article excerpt, print edition only].

Egypt

Iraq

  • “Iraq: Goodbye and Good Luck,” (The Middle East, # 428, December, 2011). [Print Edition Only]  

Jordan

Lebanon

  • “The Pragmatics of Lebanon’s Politics,” by Hilal Khashan (Middle East Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 1, winter 2012). [Print edition only].

Libya

Morocco

Palestine

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

  • “Riyadh Enters the Yemen- Huthi Fray,” Lucas Winter (Middle East Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 2012). [Print edition only].
  • “Repressions in the Name of Security,” (Amnesty International, December, 1, 2011).

Syria

  •   “Hal Ya ’ridh al-Asad  Fikrat Hukumet WaHda Wataniyya” [“Would Al-Asad Propose National Unity Government Idea?”], Arab Center for Future Studies (December, 16, 2011). In Arabic.
  •  “Syrian Rebels Seek Help Waging Civil War,” by Tony Badran (Foundation for Defense of Democracies, December 12, 2011).
  • “The Syrian Crucible,” by Michael Doran and Salman Shaikh (The American Interest, Vol. VII, No. 3, January/February 2012. [article except, print edition only].

Yemen

EU and US Policies in the Middle East

Week of December 4, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

Egypt

Saudi Arabia

Syria

  • “How Not to Interfere in Syria,” by Richard Gowan (Foreign Policy Online, The Middle East Channel, December, 1, 2011).
  • “Giving Cover to Assad,” by Lee Smith (The Weekly Standard, December, 7, 2011). 
  • “Al-thawra al-suriyya: min an-Nidhal al-Watani ila al-siraa’ al-taaifi” [“Syrian Revolution: from National Struggle to Sectarian Trap”], Arab Center for Future Studies (December, 7, 2011). 

EU and US Policies in the Middle East

 
 
Source: http://carnegieendowment.org/2012/01/13/library-december-2011/90j0

Twitter

Trending Topics

 

Stay Connected

Subscribe to Sada:
 
Subscription Options Sada is published in English and Arabic and available as articles are published or in a weekly digest.
Select Delivery
 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20036-2103 P: 202.483.7600 F: 202.483.1840
Carnegie Middle East Center Emir Bechir Street, Lazarieh Tower Bldg. No. 2026 1210, 5th flr. Downtown Beirut P.O.Box 11-1061 Riad El Solh Lebanon P: +961 1 99 12 91 F: +961 1 99 15 91