Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki spoke with JMEPP’s Anna Boots about human rights, Tunisia’s young democracy, and American support for dictatorships in the Middle East. “The main challenge is to promote...
Author: Samuel Bollier
Latin America presents a promising opportunity to resettle some of the millions of Syrian refugees in camps and urban slums in Europe.
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.
When it comes to IT, tech-savvy Turkey has big potential and ambitions – but could be hampered by government censorship and wary investors.
Lebanon’s democracy might feel the biggest sting at the ballot box if the country’s politicians fail to agree on a new electoral law.
A Saudi government agency tasked with providing entertainment options in the kingdom came under fire after approving a comic convention.
Middle East Weekly examines the plight of Egypt’s Coptic Christians, Turkey’s constitutional referendum, and the disputed Western Sahara.
In our seventh episode, Middle East Weekly looks at the prospects of a one-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict, the Iraqi government’s campaign against ISIL in western Mosul, and how...
JMEPP speaks with Gregory Aftandilian on the devastating battles for Aleppo and Mosul -and what’s next for Syria and Iraq.