In Libya, Politics Precedes Victory

Libyans and their international partners can unite against the Islamic State, but external political and military engineering is undermining the prerequisite nation building.

Tarek Megerisi May 18, 2016 قراءة المزيد بالعربية
 
 
  • Egypt’s Protests by the Numbers

    Amy Austin HolmesHussein Baoumi عربي
     

    Despite unprecedented repression and media censorship, Sisi has faced on average five times as many protests as Mubarak did between 2008 and 2010.

     
  • A Silver Lining in the Nidaa Tounes Split

    Scott Williamson عربي
     

    Upheaval in Nidaa Tounes comes at a bad time for Tunisia, but it may also create an opportunity for an effective opposition party to emerge in parliament.

     

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