Archives: Arab Spring
Faisal Al Yafai writes exclusively for CMEC on what the Arab revolutions mean for women in the Middle East.
Tamirace Fakhoury writes exclusively for CMEC on the factors at the heart of the Arab world that are paramount in our assessment of the situation today, and examines possible courses of action for the international community.
Michael Herzog, a fellow at The Washington Institute, analyses the evolving challenges emerging from the Middle East and what that means for Western and Israeli policy.
Tariq Ramadan, in the New York Times, argues that the political revolutions of the Middle East need to be supplemented by an ‘Arab Spring of ideas’…..
Exclusive guest post by Todd Thompson, Assistant Professor at Qatar University, about Salafism, which is particularly relevant with the rise of Salafist politics since the Arab Spring began.
Exclusive guest post by Tamirace Fakhoury, Assistant Professor at the Lebanese American University, about the role academia has in shaping policy since the Arab Spring.
Writing exclusively for CMEC, Shashank Joshi from the Royal United Services Institute considers whether the Arab League can be an effective actor in the Middle East following the events of the Arab awakening and recent turmoil in Syria.
CMEC hosted a Policy Forum event with The Rt Hon Alan Duncan MP, Rory Stewart MP and Eugene Rogan, looking at the impact of the Arab Spring on British Policy.