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.
Hamas is losing popularity and support among the Palestinian population and its key regional allies. How will that shape the group’s future?
The ongoing conflict in Saada exposes the divides in Yemeni politics, which are likely to obstruct the National Dialogue Conference and country’s political transition.
Left with a tattered economy after nearly three years of war, an effective economic recovery plan should be a cornerstone of Syria’s reconciliation.
Syria’s Kurdish parties have an unprecedented opportunity to establish political autonomy, but internal rivalries and the dividing influence of regional patrons could stand in the way.