Iraqi Elections

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The Harrowing of Mustafa Kadhimi
Militias' repeated targeting of Kadhimi, including this week's attack on his home, emphasizes that Kadhimi has done something right in his past two years as Prime Minister of Iraq.
Nov 9, 2021
  • Michael Knights


A Sudanese protester against military rule
After Al-Burhan’s Seizure of Power, Where Is Sudan’s Democratic Transition Heading?
With Al-Burhan’s coup sparking an international and popular backlash, the military may again look to Hamdok to renegotiate a power-sharing agreement.
Nov 3, 2021
  • Areig Elhag


After Establishing a New Government, Tunisia’s Leadership Must Prioritize Fighting Corruption
The formation of a new Tunisian government under recently-appointed Prime Minister Najla Bourden cements the political dynamics that emerged on July 25.
Oct 25, 2021
  • Oussama Boudhrioua


Women and Politics in Algeria: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
Algeria’s new elections law threatens to derail progress on women’s participation in country politics and leadership.
Sep 15, 2021
  • Ahmed Marwane