Tunisia is attempting to maintain its foreign policy independence while navigating its triangular relationship with Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE. It’s no easy task.
Egyptian voters are heading to the polls. Their choice: President al-Sisi or President al-Sisi.
Just days from the anniversary of former president Zine El Abadine Ben Ali stepping down, protesters are flooding the streets in the cradle of the Arab Spring.
The Saudi and Egypt-led blockade of Qatar has been a long time coming.
Will Saudi Arabia lose its nerve on economic reform now that oil prices have partially recovered?
Civil war and a Saudi-led naval blockade have Yemen teetering on the brink of a humanitarian disaster.
In accepting IMF funding, President el-Sisi is walking a tightrope between economic reform and popular upheaval.
President Trump’s travel ban is a propaganda windfall for Islamic State and other jihadist groups.
Tunisia is the one success story of the Arab Spring, but it might not remain that way forever.
Drought conditions are driving water conflicts throughout Tunisia, further destabilizing the fragile outpost of democracy in the MENA region.