Week in Review: TRE Deadline Today


Our podcast guest this week was Adria Lawrence, talking about the elections in Morocco.


Today is the deadline for our winter TRE grants. More details here.

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies is offering one-year fellowships to outstanding scholars of Middle East politics, economics, history, religion, or social developments for the 2017-2018 academic year. More details here.

Recently in the Monkey Cage:

Calls for prosecuting war crimes in Syria are growing. Is international justice possible? by Mark Kersten.

In Morocco’s election, the major Islamist party won again, by Mohamed Daadaoui.

Beirut’s lessons for how not to rebuild a war-torn city, by Julia Tierney.

Why some dictators are more likely to get nuclear weapons, by Malfrid Braut-Hegghammer

How social media undermined Egypt’s democratic transition, by Sean Aday, Deen Freelon and Marc Lynch.

Winners in Morocco’s election tomorrow won’t have much real power, by Adria Lawrence.

How Jordan’s election revealed enduring weaknesses in its political system, by Kristen Kao.

It’s not funded just by oil and looting. How the Islamic State uses agriculture, by Eckart Woertz and Hadi Jaafar.

Why it’s good for dictators to have dictator friends, by Kevin Koehler, Alexander Schmotz and Oisín Tansey.

How migration to the Gulf is influencing Egyptian voters, by Ekrem Karakoç.