MENASourceNov 13, 2023
On a knife’s edge: How the conflict in Gaza could tip the scales in North Africa
By Karim Mezran
Western countries should take into consideration the ongoing tensions in North Africa to make their decision-making process regarding the events in Gaza more precise and holistic.
EconographicsOct 30, 2023
Israel’s neighbors are in dire financial straits. Here’s what that could mean for the war in Gaza.
By Josh Lipsky
While past flashpoints posed challenges for Israel’s neighbors, they did not have to contend with the risk of recession or worse at the same time. That means that economic statecraft by the United States and its partners could be particularly effective in navigating the current crisis.
EnergySourceOct 13, 2023
COP28 and the growing Europe-MENA hydrogen connection
By Giampaolo Cantini
A key piece of the COP28 plan to double global hydrogen production by 2030 will be connecting hydrogen-hungry Europe to the potential green hydrogen powerhouse of the MENA region.
New AtlanticistOct 9, 2023
Go behind the scenes as financial leaders gather in Marrakesh for the IMF-World Bank meetings
By Atlantic Council
Atlantic Council experts are on the ground in Morocco to gauge whether global financial leaders can get the world on a trajectory toward ending poverty and attaining sustainable growth.
The Freedom and Prosperity EquationSep 18, 2023
The freedom and prosperity equation: Government interventions in Nigeria
By Danladi Verheijen
The Nigerian government should prioritize assuring economic and legal freedoms, with a focus on reducing its involvement in the economy and enhancing its role in providing security.