With the exception of the Islamists, Morocco’s political parties have failed to take advantage of the post-2011 openings in political space.
Egypt’s new parliamentary elections law will empower old networks.
Fundamental flaws in the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation deal, including disputes over security cooperation with Israel, may lead to the fall of the unity government.
Judging by recent student council elections in the West Bank, Fatah can expect a narrow lead in the upcoming national elections, as long as voter turnout doesn’t increase, which would play in Hamas’s ...
Recent cases of violence at Moroccan universities expose the depth of the rift between Islamists and leftists, a rift that strengthens the regime’s hand.
The recent efforts to label the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization puts Bahrain’s leadership at odds with its domestic ally against the Shia opposition.
Egypt’s Salafi Nour Party is looking to replace the Muslim Brotherhood as the leading Islamist political force, all the while trying to weather the backlash against Islamists.
The need to improve internal Lebanese security may not be enough to encourage MPs to agree upon a consensus candidate for the presidency.
Though working on the premise of federalism, Yemen’s Constitution Drafting Committee is only reinforcing central presidential control.
Despite curbing polarization and driving the country out of political impasse, negotiations between political elites raised Tunisians’ fears of a regression of the revolutionary tide.