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Popular Protest in North Africa and the Middle East (VIII): Bahrain’s Rocky Road to Reform

Unless all sides to the conflict agree to an inclusive dialogue in order to reach meaningful reform, Bahrain is heading for prolonged and costly political stalemate.

Also available in العربية, Русский

Popular Protests in North Africa and the Middle East (III): The Bahrain Revolt

Bahrain’s crackdown and Saudi Arabia’s 14 March military intervention could turn a mass movement for democratic reform into an armed conflict while regionalising a genuinely internal political struggle.

Also available in العربية, Русский

Disengagement and Its Discontents: What Will the Israeli Settlers Do?

Scheduled for 15 August 2005, Israel's disengagement from Gaza and parts of the northern West Bank has already begun. How Israel for the first time evacuates settlements in the Palestinian Occupied Territories will have profound implications for Israeli-Palestinian relations, but also for Israeli society.

Also available in العربية

Bahrain's Sectarian Challenge

A little over four years after Sheikh Hamad bin ’Isa al-Khalifa announced a sweeping reform plan, Bahrain’s fragile liberal experiment is poised to stall, or, worse, unravel. The overlap of political and social conflict with sectarian tensions makes a combustible mix.

Also available in العربية