May 04, 2022
Cornered Tunisian president faces ticking clock
Cornered Tunisian president faces ticking clock
Cornered Tunisian president faces ticking clock - Alexander Kozul-WrightA little over a decade since protests in the town of Sidi Bouzid sparked the Arab Spring movement, events of the past month have undermined Tunisia’s claim of being the only democracy to emerge from that groundswell of popular unrest.On March 30th, president Kaïs Saïed dissolved Tunisia’s parliament after more than half of the…
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Elections and Change in Lebanon
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On the New Development Paradigm in Morocco: Development for Whom?
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Confronting the Occupation in the Palestine Valley
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Analytical reading on the status of Arab countries in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index 2021
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Between the "Opportunism" of the Clientelistic Regime and its "Hostility": The prospects for civil society in Lebanon