On this week’s conversation, Marc Lynch speaks with Rory McCarthy about Tunisia’s Ennahda party, and its transition through the uprisings to present day. Rory McCarthy is a doctoral candidate in oriental studies at the University of Oxford and a former Middle
We’ve collected a few interesting and relevant journal articles as part of our new series From the Journals. This week, we’re highlighting: Unequal Ground: Homelands and Conflict by Nadav G. Shelef. Nadav received a Travel-Research-Engagement from POMEPS in 2011, spoke
The George Washington University’s Marc Lynch, director of the Project on Middle East Political Science, with Michael Wahid Hanna & Thanassis Cambanis of The Century Foundation. They talk about the upcoming fifth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution on January 25,
We’ve collected a few interesting and relevant journal articles as part of our new series. This week, we’re highlighting: The Unintended Consequences of Emergency Food Aid: Neutrality, Sovereignty and Politics in the Syrian Civil War, 2012–15 by Jose Ciro Martinez
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