Tunisia's recent reversal of democratic freedoms under the presidency of Kais Saied has raised concerns about the country's democracy and stability.
Rise of Israel’s Anti-Arab Party Jeopardizes Regional Normalization
Recent Israeli elections have implications for the future of the Abraham Accords, which normalized ties between Israel and the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco but are widely unpopular in the Arab signatory countries.
Lebanon’s Security Forces Struggle with Compounding Crises
As the Lebanese state collapses, security forces in the country have increasingly stood between the country's leaders, factions, militias, criminals, and people.
How Europe Can Free Itself from Russian Energy Sources
The complications Europe’s energy market is facing after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could be solved with locally produced clean energy, though the shift away from fossil fuels would be expensive and would take time.
Visting his home in Latakia after years away, the author found that familiar situations masked deeper changes
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The grand narrative of a 19th-century Arab cultural renaissance enjoys broad appeal but relies on a contentious interpretation of ambiguous evidence
How various generations of immigrants have infused their cultures and flavors into the traditional holiday feast