26 Aug, 2020

The Failure of Bargain Politics and Tunisia’s Crisis of Democratization

Larbi Sadiki | 26 August 2020 | AR | TR

Under a cloud of uncertainty, Tunisians have been awaiting the formation of a third government since the fall 2019 elections. This article discusses the failure of both political parties and politicians at bargain politics or enacting
The Failure of Bargain Politics and Tunisia’s Crisis of Democratization2020-08-28T14:31:07+03:00
20 Jul, 2020

Government Responses Toward the Coronavirus Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Egypt, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Mohsen | 20 July 2020 | TR | AR

The role of governments in managing the COVID-19 pandemic crisis is what determines the outcomes in each country, among other significant factors
Government Responses Toward the Coronavirus Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Egypt, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia2020-08-17T13:24:23+03:00
10 Jul, 2020

Public Health Systems in the Arab World: The COVID-19 Conundrum and The Way Forward

Omar Asfour Samer Jabbour | 10 July 2020 | TR

The Arab world is made up of countries and communities that share history, language and culture. At the same time, the Arab countries are a heterogeneous group with diverse political and socio-economic contexts that affect health in varying ways.
Public Health Systems in the Arab World: The COVID-19 Conundrum and The Way Forward2020-08-11T12:47:57+03:00
25 Jun, 2020

After Three Elections: The New Cabinet and Prospects for Israeli Foreign Policy

Fatih Şemsettin Işık | 25 June 2020 | TR

As the new Israeli cabinet is finally sworn in and the debate on an annexation plan for the occupied territories in the West Bank is underway, the question of what foreign policy agenda Israel will follow is crucial.
After Three Elections: The New Cabinet and Prospects for Israeli Foreign Policy2020-08-14T13:16:28+03:00
10 Jan, 2020

Longing for a Stable Government: The Challenges Facing the Incoming Prime Minister in Iraq after the Assassination of Suleimani

Mesut Ozcan | 10 January 2020 | AR | TR

Iraq entered 2020 with a caretaker prime minister following his resignation after weeks of protests centered in the Shiite dominated south and the capital
Longing for a Stable Government: The Challenges Facing the Incoming Prime Minister in Iraq after the Assassination of Suleimani2020-08-10T17:39:23+03:00
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