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May 2012 Archive

June 5, 2012 عربي

In this section, you can read the latest publications published elsewhere by scholars, journalists, and think tanks on reform and transition in the Middle East. Articles are in English and in Arabic, updated weekly (archived by month). Their content does not reflect the views of Sada or the Carnegie Endowment.

Week of May 20, 2012

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

Freedom of Expression

Algeria

Bahrain

  • “Bahrain: Political Development in a Modernizing Society” by Emile Nakhleh, Reviewd by Kristin B. Bishku (The Middle East Institute, The Middle East Journal, Vol 66, No. 2, Spring 2012). [Print Edition Only]

Egypt

Lebanon

Libya

Morocco

  • “Islamist Opposition in Authoritarian Regimes: The Party of Justice and Development in Morroco,” by Eva Wegner Reviewed by Jacques Roussellier (The Middle East Institute, The Middle East Journal, Vol 66, No. 2, Spring 2012). [Print Edition Only]

Palestine

  • Al-rabi‘ al-filastini.. hal yasna’ho al-laji`un?", [“The Palestinian Spring; Can the Refugees Create It?] by Tareq Hamood (Al Jazeera, May 21, 2012). [In Arabic]
  • “Bibi’s Choice,” by Richard Stengel (Time, May 28,2012). [Print Edition Only]
  • “The Potential Impact of Palestinian Nonviolent Struggle on Israel: Preliminary Lessons and Projections for the Future,” by Omri Arens et al (The Middle East Institute, The Middle East Journal, Vol 66, No. 2, Spring 2012). [Print Edition Only]

Syria

Yemen

  • Al-dam al-yemani fi zekra al-wahda we al-infasal,” [Yemeni Blood on the Aniversary of Unity and Sedation] by Fawaz Tarabolsy (Shorouk, May 24, 2012).
  • Reform of the Security Sector in Yemen,” by Abdul Kafi Sharaf al-Din al-Rahabi et al (Arab Reform Initiative, May 21, 2012). [PDF Document]
  • “What the Social Sciences Can Tell Policy-Makers in Yemen,” by Robert E. Mitchell (The Middle East Institute, The Middle East Journal, Vol 66, No. 2, Spring 2012). [Print Edition Only]

GCC

US and European Policies in the Middle East

Week of May 1, 2012

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

  • Azma kashifa lil-wahn al-arabi, [A Crises that Reveals the Arab Weakness] by Fahmi Huweidy (Assafir, May 1, 2012). In Arabic. 
  • “No Arab Spring for Christians,” by Bettina Marx (Qantara, April 26, 2012). 
  • “Al-Qaeda is Still Alive!” by Mashari Al-Zaydi (Al-Arabiya News, April 30, 2012). 
  • “The Languages of the Arab Revolutions,” by Abdou Filali- Ansary (Journal of Democracy, Vol. 23, No. 2, April 2012). PDF document. 
  • “The Freedom House Survey for 2011: The Year of the Arab Uprisings,” by Arch Puddington (Journal of Democracy, Vol. 23, No. 2, April 2012). (Print edition only). 

Freedom of Expression

Bahrain

Egypt

Iraq

Jordan

Libya

Palestine

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Sudan

Syria

Tunisia

Yemen

GCC

US and European Policies in the Middle East

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Source: http://carnegieendowment.org/2012/06/05/may-2012-archive/b6yv

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