- Noam Raydan
Democracy & Reform
Policy Analysis on Democracy & Reform
The conflict will make it more difficult for Washington and Israel to preserve—let alone expand—the diplomatic progress they have made with North African governments in recent years, particularly as public opposition intensifies.
Oct 25, 2023◆
- Sabina Henneberg
Navigating the confusing Iraqi electoral landscape is just one of many obstacles in the way of reformers, but if emerging political reformist players can form a unified front, put forth a concrete political platform, and resist being coopted by ruling powers, then there is a real possibility for substantive political change in the upcoming elections.
Oct 19, 2023◆
- Haider al-Musawi
Scholars will explore past and current attempts to establish Islamist governance by groups across broad swaths of the globe, from North Africa to the Indonesian archipelago. This event, originally scheduled for October 10, 2023, has been postponed.
This event, originally scheduled for October 10, 2023, has been postponed.◆
- Matthew Levitt
- Aaron Y. Zelin
- Joana Cook
- Shiraz Maher
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