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A decade of upheaval, lost hopes after Arab Spring

15 December, 2020

From a time after 2011, the surge towards the dreams of the Arab Spring seemed irreversible. Now they are further than ever.

How Morocco-Israel normalisation could push Algeria closer to Russia

15 December, 2020

Analysis: Threatened by Arab-Israeli normalisation deals and US recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara, Algeria's ties to Washington could weaken as it moves closer to Russia.

Putin's 'chef' pays Russian operatives released by Libya

14 December, 2020

Yevgeny Prigozhin, an ally of Russian President Vladmir Putin, will reportedly support the two men with 18 million rubles ($246,420) each.

Libyan MP dies in Morocco hospital after Covid-19 infection

14 December, 2020

A Libyan MP who was infected with Covid-19 several weeks ago has died, reports confirmed on Monday.

Macron and Sisi: Geopolitical ambitions eclipse human rights abuses

11 December, 2020

Analysis: Macron views Sisi's human rights violations as a minor inconvenience to France's strategic objectives in the region.

EU plans more sanctions against Turkey over Med drilling

11 December, 2020

EU leaders invited ministers to draw up a list of targets for "restrictive measures" in response to Turkey's gas exploration in waters claimed by Greece and Cyprus.

The case for an Arabian Universal Basic Income

10 December, 2020

Comment: While a generous UBI remains unaffordable in western countries, in MENA oil states it could offer a way to reform welfare and an inflated public sector, writes Steffen Hertog.

EU leaders weigh sanctions over Turkey's Mediterranean drilling work

10 December, 2020

European Union leaders will give the green light to the expansion of sanctions against Turkey over its exploration of gas reserves in Mediterranean waters.

Libyan oil flows resume, along with a revenues feud

09 December, 2020

Comment: A resolution to Libya's enduring conflict will require resolving how oil revenues are distributed, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Yemen ‘on edge of precipice’: UNICEF

08 December, 2020

Yemen, which plunged into chaos and civil war after Iranian-backed Houthi rebels captured the capital in 2014, may be the most challenging area for UNICEF.

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