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Jonathan Fenton-Harvey


Jonathan Fenton-Harvey is a journalist and researcher who focuses on conflict, geopolitics and humanitarian issues in the Middle East and North Africa.

Analysis: Sudan continues to reel from divisions within both the street and the government as the country's political crisis deepens.

19 October, 2021

Analysis: Libya's post-conflict transition has faced a bumpy road, with profound divisions still lingering between the administrations of Tripoli and Tobruk against a backdrop of geopolitical complexities.

07 October, 2021

Analysis: With a deadly attack on a military base and continued fighting in the Marib province, there is no end in sight to Yemen's devastating war.

09 September, 2021

Analysis: Renewed drone strikes under the Biden administration have raised questions about the future direction of US foreign policy in Somalia.

16 August, 2021

Analysis: Water shortages have sparked a wave of protests in the Khuzestan province of southwest Iran, but the demonstrations are driven by deep-lying social grievances and deteriorating living conditions.

27 July, 2021

Analysis: Decisive action is needed from the international community to avert Tigray's growing humanitarian catastrophe as hopes for a ceasefire go up in smoke.

19 July, 2021

Analysis: After a year of strained ties, France and Turkey are working to find common ground, but tensions will likely remain under the surface.

15 June, 2021

Analysis: Despite claiming to have disengaged from the war, the UAE is shifting its attention to Yemen's islands.

09 June, 2021

Analysis: Ethiopia's contested dam on the Nile has pitted it against both Egypt and Sudan, with a border dispute between Khartoum and Addis Ababa further complicating strained relations.

06 April, 2021

In-depth: A decade after the Arab Spring, exiled activists have not given up hope, with groups and individuals working to bring justice and reforms to their homelands.

23 March, 2021