North Africa


The Tumultuous Transition



As Tunisia nears the sixth year of its 2011 popular revolution, the most challenging question is whether these massive protests led to a real change in the lives of the people. Although democratization could not come overnight, the unique successful …

China is Diving into the Gulf, But For How Long?



 It’s getting harder for Beijing to sell the story of non-interference in affairs of sovereign states.Like most other major global powers that have preceded it, China is becoming entangled in the Middle East. A friendlier region to its interests than

Violence Against Women in Egypt



At the political level, Egyptian women have always been warring for their rights since the rise of the political currents In order to prove their political existence. The political arena is considered the most prominent fields where women have been …