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.
Economic and demographic strains from the Syrian refugee crisis are impacting Jordan’s own domestic balance of power.
Despite resisting military rule following the revolution, Egypt’s liberal opposition gambled on an alliance with their former foes that may eventually prove detrimental to their own interests.
Kuwait’s one man, one vote law, though the cause of previous unrest, has fractured the opposition and empowered independents.
Moroccan reactions to Egypt’s coup are threatening to marginalize the PJD.
Egypt’s revolutionaries have opened the door to an authoritarian comeback by supporting the bloody crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood. Now, they seem to be closing their eyes and hoping for the best....
Lebanon’s leaders are undermining its institutions and dragging the country faster into the Syrian conflict.
Ennahda has sought to engage Tunisia’s Salafi groups, but that approach has only undermined the party’s authority amid growing violence.
Despite a new constitution aimed at devolving power away from the palace, Morocco’s executive branch continues to show its hand in legislative affairs.