Rose Worden is a researcher and writer based in New York. She holds a Masters Degree in International Affairs from The New School and is focused on development and security in the Horn of Africa and MENA.
Comment: Despite fierce public opposition, leaders in Sudan, Morocco and Tunisia know their path to the US lies through Israel, writes Rose Worden.
Comment: Instead of salving their conscience by pledging aid, arms sellers should stop peddling their wares altogether, writes Rose Worden.
The New Arab Meets: Palestinian artist Ahmed Hmeedat who grew up in Bethlehem's Dheisheh refugee camp and is now exhibiting work at the Museum of the Palestinian People in Washington.
The New Arab Meets: Bshara Nassar, the director of the Museum of the Palestinian People to learn more about his vision for a cultural institution in the US capital.
Comment: If 'war makes states' then IS and al-Shabaab's elaborate taxation system and a monopoly on violence are the tools they use, writes Rose Worden.
Comment: John Bolton's opposition to the International Criminal Court puts him in the same camp as some of the world's worst war criminals, writes Rose Worden.
Comment: Trump’s foreign policy has contributed to the emboldening of human rights abusers, writes Rose Worden.
Comment: The UAE is taking advantage of regional fragmentation throughout Yemen, Somaliland and Puntland to strike long term commercial deals, writes Rose Worden.
Comment: If the UAE is genuinely supportive of development and security in Somalia, it should enforce the charcoal ban and eliminate a crucial revenue source for al-Shabaab, writes Rose Worden.
In-depth: As the question of Yemen's economic future looms, the call to action to restore financing for emergency relief and everyday life is urgent, writes Rose Worden.