A recently approved amendment regarding Suez Canal operations highlights the problems inherent to the Egyptian regime’s model of capitalism.
Liberated after the end of the 2017 blockade and encouraged by the United States declaring it a “major non-NATO ally,” Qatar resumes its mediatory role in Lebanon.
In addition to championship matches, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar also witnessed significant controversy in relation to human rights and skepticism about the feasibility of recent Arab normalization deals with Israel in the context of robust support for the Palestinian cause.
The United Arab Emirates’ approach to post-U.S. Afghanistan highlights agility in Abu Dhabi’s foreign policy.
The long-running dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is about more than physical resources.
The Moroccan regime continues to silence voices through censorship and arrest, apparently feeling vulnerable in the face of widespread popular criticism.
Ahead of upcoming elections, Kemalism has made a surprising comeback in Turkey.
Unexpectedly, Hezbollah, which has a long history of rejecting all direct negotiations with Israel, declared the recent demarcation agreement a historic victory for the Lebanese state.
In a step that is considered a victory for Sudanese civil society, the military leadership and other political groups have agreed to a transitional constitution document.
A new generation of tech-savvy and bold Iranians presents an unprecedented challenge to regime hypocrisy.
The term “Tuareg” refers to tribes and nomads who speak dialects of Tuareg and live in Targa, an area in southwest Libya recently renamed Wadi Al-Hayat but previously known as Wadi Ajal.