Egyptian court drops murder charges against Hosni Mubarak sparking mass protests.
Terror in the Capital
In her latest article, Sayde-Hope Crystal discusses the latest attack in a wave of violence that Israeli leaders are struggling to contain.
Unrest in Jerusalem
In her latest article, Sayde-Hope Crystal discusses the wave of terror attacks sweeping the streets of Jerusalem, and the escalation of tensions over access to the Temple Mount.
The Arms Trade Treaty: A Promising Start?
In his latest work, Ben Abonyi examines the Arms Trade Treaty.
Who said foreign policy couldn’t be “domesticated”?
Anojan looks at how different diaspora communities in the United States and Canada have sought to include their interests within the wider foreign policy goals of their adopted homeland
The Party of God: From Periphery to Core
In his latest piece, Samir Mourani illustrates the transition of Shiites from second-tier citizens to political relevancy and the resulting rise of the Hezbollah movement.
The Growth of Israel’s Energy Sector and its Geopolitical Clout
In her latest article, Sayde-Hope Crystal examines the political and economic implications of the massive natural gas reservoirs discovered off the coast of the Israel.
L’interdiction de manifestations pro-palestiniennes en France : faisons la part des choses
Tina Bouffet nous dresse un bilan de l’interdiction par la France de certaines manifestations pro-palestiniennes ainsi que de la réaction démesurée de la presse étrangère.
Reporting From Tamarev: A Fable
This piece is a satire fable written by Seoren A’Garous, attempting to reflect the dynamics behind a variety of real world issues – specifically those of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Return of the Old Guard in Egypt
Samir Mourani examines the role of Egyptian and Israeli elites in the illicit trade of natural resources.