The escalating dispute between Mahmoud Abbas and Mohammad Dahlan divides and weakens Fatah, and it complicates the issue of internal succession.
The falling out between Riyadh and Doha leaves Yemen divided over which patron to follow.
Fears stemming from the radicalization of Iraq’s Sunni population—and Iraqis’ disillusionment with politics—could propel Maliki into an unpopular third term.
Algeria’s political season exposes the deep divides within the country’s political class and power centers, and regardless of who wins the upcoming presidential elections, no significant reform ...
New General National Congress elections will not solve the fundamental and structural flaws in Libya’s transitional system.
Weakened by the events of 2011, Morocco’s Party of Authenticity and Modernity (PAM) is working to improve its reputation while avoiding the political frontlines.
Tunisia's draft constitution is turning into a text full of contradictions, reflecting the divided nature of Tunisian society.
Transitional justice in Egypt cannot be pursued effectively in the current climate of division and polarization.
Due to divisions within Iraq’s Shia establishment, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is losing the allies he would need to achieve re-election in 2014.
Egyptians’ growing distrust of the judiciary highlights the need for a detailed, efficient, and independent transitional justice system.