Kais Saied’s Resolute Strategy to Uproot Tunisia’s post-2011 Governance Model
As the president erodes Tunisia’s democratic norms, independent civil institutions have become a major target.
May 24, 2022
  • Chiraz Arbi


Eritrea: Supporting Russia to Stay in Power
Eritrea is the only African country that voted against the United Nations General Assembly resolution demanding that Russia withdraw its military forces from Ukraine—a strong statement of support for Russia.
Apr 13, 2022
  • Habtom Ghebrezghiabher
  • Tesfazion Gerhelase

U.S. Middle East Policy

Vice President Joe Biden arrives in Saudi Arabia
Growing Pains: The Promise and Reality of Biden’s Middle East Policy
A year after Joe Biden’s inauguration, expectations for a shift in America's Middle East policy have not materialized. Gulf monarchies are warily looking on as Washington continues to debate the U.S. role in the region.
Jan 24, 2022
  • Leonardo Jacopo Maria Mazzucco
  • Kristian Alexander


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