Muslim-Christian relations are beset by escalating tensions comprising new dimensions that threaten the Egyptian model of coexistence and unity.
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In Jordan, a network of laws is in place that acts to entrench corruption.
Somalia was left to its fate, or so it seemed, until it was necessary to deal with the external consequences of conditions within the country, specifically piracy and the consolidation of terrorist organisations.
The previous round of elections (2005) confirmed the division of the political landscape between the ruling party and the delegitimized opposition movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, at the expense of the remaining political parties.
Re-legitimizing the state through voting or discrediting it through widespread insecurity were the political issues that took Algeria during the 1990s into a downward spiral of violence not seen since the colonial period.
The signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Naivasha (Kenya) on January 9th, 2005 was greeted by a torrent of optimism, generated by the international guarantees and momentum, and promises of economic assistance and political bac
There are two fundamental aspects to reform in Libya.
With the beginning of Damascus Spring, 2000-2001, a new expression entered the Syrian political and cultural dictionary: the civil society.
For Palestinians to develop en effective national strategy, re-take the initiative and make the Palestinian state a real option requires first of all that they give up the illusion that "the state is a stone-throw away", and that "the so
Tunisia’s presidential elections scheduled to take place on October 25 will be held in the shadow of five defining characteristics: