Originally published in Foreign Affairs
Pour les chercheurs d’ICG, Michaël Ayari et Issandr El-Amrani, le pouvoir tunisien doit parachever la transition démocratique sept ans après la chute de Ben Ali.
Originally published in Le Monde Afrique
Without addressing head-on the drivers of the protests and pursuing popular reform, the Iranian leaders are only buying time until the next standoff between the state and the society.
Originally published in Open Democracy
From North Korea to Venezuela, here are the conflicts to watch in 2018.
Most went back home from Bangladesh in two earlier exoduses, but this time is different.
Originally published in Nikkei Asian Review
Quelles leçons tirer des accords qui ont mis fin au long conflit en Irlande du Nord ? Une délégation de la droite religieuse israélienne s’est rendue sur place en février 2017. Les convictions de ses membres en ont-elles été changées ?
Originally published in ORIENT XXI
Originally published in Just Security
Originally published in Turkish Policy Quarterly
Trump may have earned himself goodwill in Israel, but at the cost of inflating annexationist sentiment and stirring trouble at Jerusalem’s Holy Esplanade.
Originally published in Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Economically and politically, Uganda's government’s actions are leading to growing frustrations and lawlessness.
Originally published in African Arguments