Algeria’s new president has been going overboard to win the approval of a population that doesn’t want him.
In an interview, Marc Pierini explains Turkish and European maneuvers in Libya and in the seas near Greece and Cyprus.
The death of Mustafa Kassem, a U.S. citizen incarcerated by the Egyptian government since August 2013, represents a failure of U.S. policy toward Egypt
As the tenth anniversary of the first uprising of the Arab Spring approaches, massive and sustained popular uprisings in Sudan, Algeria, Iraq, and Lebanon have shown that the Arab world is far from finished with the question of democracy.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
In an interview, Jalel Harchaoui discusses the regional repercussions of the proxy war in North Africa.
As Tunisia marks the ninth anniversary of its revolution, the country faces a new set of challenges.
A dynamic region amidst great change, the Maghreb is also home to the conservative, literalist interpretation of Islam known as Salafism, which has emerged as a major social and political force.
More robust U.S. diplomacy is urgently needed in Libya, not just to halt Haftar’s destructive campaign but to salvage U.S. credibility in a region marked by multipolarity and increasing defiance of the West.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.