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Russia intervened in the Syrian war to redefine the international balance of power, not as a brotherly commitment to defend his Arab ally.
Middle East Weekly discusses rebel Aleppo’s final hours, a migration route through Morocco to Europe, and last week’s deadly bombing in Istanbul.
Tawakkol Karman, the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, spoke with JMEPP about women’s role in the Arab Spring and the future of her country, Yemen.
The Middle East is home to massive oil reserves, but some countries in the region are making headway in a very different field: renewable energy.
We discuss OPEC’s oil production cuts, a powerful cyberattack in Saudi Arabia, and a controversial bill in Turkey on statutory rape.
Erdoğan has revealed himself to be the Turkish embodiment of what we in Europe and the US can now appreciate up close: populist, far-right politics.
Since Gaddafi’s fall in 2011, Libya has been wracked by instability. Yet Jacob Mundy challenges the conventional wisdom that tribalism is the root problem.
Embed from Getty Images Kuwait’s opposition notched a major victory in parliamentary elections held on November 26, winning around half of the National Assembly’s 50 elected seats. Though polls were...
Welcome to Middle East Weekly, JMEPP’s very own weekly news podcast. This week we’ll be exploring Cuban leader Fidel Castro’s legacy in the Middle East, Oman’s sometimes difficult relations with the...