Thu, Apr 11, 2019
On the afternoon of April 5, 2019, just three days after the resignation of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, demonstrators took to the streets once again after nearly eight weeks of protest. As many predicted, the demand to end Bouteflika’s twenty-year rule was one of many to come.
MENASource by Emily Burchfield
Thu, Aug 22, 2019
The Tunisian presidential and parliamentary elections in 2014 marked the beginning of a new democratic era. In the aftermath of the first wave of the Arab Spring, Tunisia remains the only country to have successfully transitioned from an authoritarian to a democratic government.
MENASource by Iyad Yousef
North Africa Program
Providing transatlantic and regional policy makers with a nuanced analysis of current events in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia
Fri, May 31, 2019
The forces of Libya’s rebel army officer Khalifa Haftar are on the outskirts of Tripoli, the capital of Libya, in his ongoing bid to claim the city. Some of his forces traveled more than 1,000 kilometers from Libya’s eastern towns where Haftar has his stronghold.
MENASource by Borzou Daragahi