Michael Barak analyzes the attempts by leaders of Palestinian discourse, particularly the Fatah and Hamas movements, to inflame passions and provoke mass protests in response to U.S President Donald Trump's December speech, which recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
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Nachum Shiloh analyzes the recent reforms in the civil rights of Saudi women. In Hebrew.
Adam Hoffman reviews the state of global jihad at the end of 2017.
Guest author Omer Keynan analyzes the way that the boundaries between the personal and the social are blurred in contemporary hip-hop music, using Kendrick Lamar's song 'Alright' as a case study.
Senior Research Fellow Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman has published a chapter in Volume II of Emerging Actors in Post-Revolutionary North Africa: Berber Movements: Identity, New Issues and New Challenges, which examines the interface between Berber identity and post-2011 events in North Africa.
Harel Chorev explains the relationship between social media and the phenomenon of Palestinian "lone wolf" attacks.
Citizenship, Identity and Political Participation: Measuring the Attitudes of the Arab Citizens in Israel
Arik Rudnitzky and Itamar Radai present extensive findings from a public opinion poll conducted by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), Israel, in the summer of 2017.
מאמרה של גב' אילת לוי עוסק במשבר המהגרים והפליטים בלוב כמשבר אפריקני ותוצאותיו
Senior Research Fellow Paul Rivlin analyzes recent trends in the global energy markets and how they reflect, and influence, regional events in the Middle East.
Gilad Shiloach explores how the Islamic State propagandists mark the Christmas holidays.