Analysis

03/07/2014 . By Sultan Al Qassemi

Over the past week, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE took the unprecedented step of collectively withdrawing their ambassadors from Qatar, citing the latter’s disregard for their security. The following

03/06/2014 . By David Johnson

Congress, having received some positive coverage after actually managing to pass the 2014 Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), also disappointed some by failing to maintain earlier draft language providing for some

03/05/2014 . By Amro Ali

“Would you allow your unmarried daughters to live alone in their own apartments in Cairo?” This was the question asked by American journalist Milton Viorst to the late Naguib Mahfouz

02/26/2014 . By Mai El-Sadany

In an Egypt that is fighting a self-declared “war on terror” and awaiting a possible nomination of Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for the presidency, the issue of national security

02/24/2014 . By Nesreen Salem

Elizabeth Wickett, a lecturer on Upper Egyptian folk styles and performances who has lived in Egypt for over 15 years, recalls Amm Rizq Būlos’ name elegiacally. She has roamed Upper

02/20/2014 . By Allison McManus

In Algeria in the late 1980s, a sense of despair hung over the country. After decades of oil-infused growth and increasing prosperity, the downslide in oil prices after 1986 virtually

02/13/2014 . By Allison McManus

Tunisian and Egyptian Political Context On Sunday, January 26, 2014, the Tunisian National Constituent Assembly (NCA) members celebrated the adoption of a new Tunisian Constitution – the second constitution in

02/12/2014 . By Nelly Ali

Whether it is in the face of personal or structural violence enacted in the forms of physical, sexual, emotional, cultural, verbal, or financial abuse or neglect, children in Egypt face

02/11/2014 . By Dr. Nancy Okail

Would Egypt be in the same place today? Three years ago, the streets of Egypt were filled with joy at the news of Mubarak’s resignation. People set off fireworks and

02/06/2014 . By Sara Khorshid

While some Egyptians marched to protest “the coup’s injustice” and to demand the reinstatement of ousted President Muhammad Morsi, and while other Egyptians called upon Defense Minister (and now Field