Ben Mendales has published an article in the peer-reviewed journal "Israel Affairs," where he examines the role of the Arab minority in Israel in national politics between the years 1949-77.
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MDC Director Uzi Rabi and Chelsi Mueller have published an article in the peer-reviewed, "Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies," where they discuss the sectarian rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Yitzhak Gal investigates the possibility of economic cooperation between Israel and the Gulf States. In Hebrew.
MDC Junior Researcher Carl Yonker examines how the ruling Baʿth Party has evolved during more than seven years of war in Syria.
Rina Bassist takes a look at Israel-Rwanda strengthening relations.
In a New Media Campaign, the Islamic State (IS) Targets Egypt's Presidential Elections and Democracy
Adam Hoffman analyzes the IS social media efforts against the backdrop of the Egyptian presidential campaign.
Paul Rivlin traces possible directions for post-conflict reconstruction of Syria.
Blending in, but not Necessarily Optimistic: Bassam Beroumi, Arab Rocker in Israel - Between the Personal and the Political
Shlomi Daskal surveys Bassam Beroumi's music and analyzes the social and political context of its content.
Itamar Radai discusses the alternative civics curriculum presented recently by the High Follow-Up Committee for Arab Citizens of Israel.
Jihadi #MeToo? New al-Qaʿida Magazine for Women Calls on Them To Stay Indoors and Serve Their Jihadi Husbands
Gilad Shiloach takes a look at al-Qaʿida's new magazine for women.