Economic Reform in Morocco, The Road Not Taken Fair Observer, Samia ErrazzoukiThe recent self-immolations of unemployed graduates in Morocco’s capital illustrate an increasingly dire economic situation created by decades of authoritarian politics.
Year One of the Egyptian Revolution: Some Lessons Al Musry Al Youm, Roger OwenProfessor Owen looked at Egypt's Tahrir Square revolution in the light of the revolutions of 1919 and 1952, drawing on them to indicate some of the problems and possibilities ahead.
Algeria: Sidi Bouzid Fever Spreads AlAkhbar, Mourad al-TraboulsiThe threat of larger protests throughout Algeria has been growing for some time as President Bouteflika’s five-year plan appears to be lagging behind.
Major Tunisian Secular Parties Announce Merger Tunisia Live, Asma GhribThree major secular opposition parties announced their decision to merge at a press conference held on Wednesday in downtown Tunis.
Egypt's women missing from formal politics Ahram Online, Hania SholkamyThe remarkable revelation of the Egyptian revolution concerns women. It turns out that the women of Egypt are at the heart of our politics.
The Current Media Landscape in Egypt Jadaliyya, InterviewWith the first anniversary of the January 25 uprising in Egypt fast approaching, Egypt’s military junta has stepped up its media campaign against democracy activists.
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