Aggravated tensions between Egypt and Turkey
The power structures in the Eastern Mediterranean region have witnessed major changes throughout the past decades.
What does Candidates' discourse reveal?
Three political issues are considered to be central in the speeches made by each candidate...
Implications of the 2014 Egyptian Elections
Many common negatives are absent from the 2014 presidential election...
The rampant use of victim-blaming rhetoric during Arab crises
Media is a crucial element in crisis management due to its significant role in disseminating information and countering rumors...
Will Floating the Pound Be Corrective for Egypt’s Exchange Market?
Egyptian Central Bank stunned traders on November 3, 2016, with a decision to float the Egyptian pound (EGP) against the dollar (USD).
Establishment parties face, in the coming months, escalating crises impacting their performance, their alliances, and their survival.
Have Egypt, Morocco and Jordan Benefited from the Fall in Oil Prices?
Low oil prices will have various benefits and drawbacks for non-oil producing countries in the Middle East.
On “fragile pockets” and “infinite revolutions” that compound instability in the Middle East.
The trafficking of human organs in the Middle East is referred to as a "silent crime"...
Why sectarian terror is spreading in the Arab world
Over the past two decades, the region has seen a steep escalation in sectarian violence by terrorist organizations.
Recent developments in the Middle East’s oil and natural gas sectors indicate the likelihood of a productivity boom
Some views maintain that gas will replace oil in future conflicts and similarly influence global economy and international security.
The curious case of Ashraf Marwan, the husband of Mona, daughter of former Egyptian president Abdel Nasser, continues to grab attention
Reasons for the Growing Role of Tribes in the Region
The roles played by tribes in several Arab states are growing and shifting from social tasks to security ones.