Youth unemployment is a major driver of radicalization in Tunisia, which supplies more fighters to Syria and Iraq than any other country.
Turkey’s Wikipedia ban is not an isolated incident. It’s just the most recent martyr in the government’s ongoing war against information.
Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki spoke about human rights, Tunisian democracy, and US support for Middle East dictatorships.
In our 14th episode, Middle East Weekly investigates what Turkey’s ‘Yes’ vote in the referendum means for the country. Our team of editors also delves into why over 1,000 Palestinians...
Latin America presents a promising opportunity to resettle some of the millions of Syrian refugees in camps and urban slums in Europe.
Despite incurring heavy losses, Hezbollah stands to gain from its participation in the Syrian civil war on the side of Assad.
A special Middle East Weekly episode this week looks at Donald Trump’s u-turns of U.S. policy in the region. Our team looks at U.S. missile strikes on Syria in response to...
According to Robert Ford, former US Ambassador to Syria, there is “not much” the United States can do to shape the outcome of the conflict.
Middle East Weekly’s 11th episode analyzes the release of Egypt’s ex-president, convicted for the killing of protesters in 2011’s uprising, and what this means for Egypt post-Arab Spring. We also...
The journalist couple share their thoughts and insights on Iran, in their first joint public event since being released from prison.
The terrorist group aims to shrink the “grayzone”: the plane of coexistence between Muslims in the West and their non-Muslim countrymen.