Addressing the issues of displaced persons starts not by envisioning an ending point for those no longer living in their homes, but instead by understanding the mobile nature of displacement and empowering those affected.
From a political economy perspective, there are four key forces working against the peace and prosperity of Middle Eastern and North African states. To defeat them, robust institutions are essential.
Sudan’s path to democracy has been a rocky one, and there are several key players who need to ensure it never returns to an autocratic state
U.S. and Saudi confrontations with Iran are causing proxy-warfare in weak or failing Arab states and escalating tensions in the Gulf, but there might still be a chance for diplomatic progress with the right combination of measures targeting Gulf-specific, regional, and international issues.
From Algeria to Sudan, the time for good governance is now
In Northeast Africa today, Middle Eastern states vie for influence, and African governments accede—with conditions
Nile Basin countries must establish a wider cooperative framework to achieve efficient transboundary cooperation.
The presence of foreign armed groups in Libya’s south poses an increasing threat to local security and regional political ties.