MDC Research Assistant Ben Silsbee analyzes the effect of media on the Arab Spring
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Tel Aviv Notes: Instability and State Weakness: The 'Post-Revolutionary' Challenge in the Arab World
Dr. Benedetta Berti and Yoel Guzansky analyze the challenges that the 'Arab Spring' have posed to state cohesion in the Middle East.
In this edition of Iqtisadi: Middle East Economy, Dr. Paul Rivlin discusses Islamic economic thought and its meaning for Egypt's economy following Mohamed Morsi's election to the presidency.
MDC Principal Research Fellow Dr. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman analyzes the effect of the Arab Spring on the Arab League's effectiveness.
MDC Junior Researcher Samir Ben-Layashi examines sexual harassment against women in Tahrir Square and in the broader context of Egyptian society.
Principal Research Fellow Dr. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman discusses the political situation in Egypt, following the victory of the Muslim Brotherhood's presidential candidate.
Prof. Asher Susser, the MDC Stanley and Ilene Gold Research Fellow, discusses the term "Arab Spring" and Western observers' tendency to ignore the uniqueness of the Middle East in the name of post-modern paradigms.
Magdalena Kirchner, visiting scholar, takes a closer look at both the dynamics of the “Arab Spring” conflicts and their effects on other regional crises.
Research fellow Mira Tzoreff discusses the success of the Islamist parties in the recent Egyptian elections, and what this means for the Egyptian political future.
Principal Research Fellow Dr. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman analyzes the dynamics and challenges facing Tunisia, Libya, Morocco and Algeria, the countries of the “Maghreb” (Arab-Islamic “West”), in the wake of the upheavals of 2011.