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1. AlMostaqbal: Envisioning a Better Arab Future

2. Turkey as Normative Power: Connections with the Muslim Brotherhood during the Arab Spring

3. Labor and Politics in the Middle East and North Africa

4. A U-Turn in Israeli-Turkish Relations: The Fall of Ikhwanism and the Rise of the Abraham Accords

5. International Dimensions of Authoritarian Persistence in the MENA Region: Revisiting US Foreign Aid to Egypt in the post-2011 Arab Uprisings Era

6. NRGI Impact: Knitting the Fabric of Civil Society Activism in Tunisia (2013-2020)

7. Civil Society & Political Transformations (Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy, Fall 2021)

8. No Going Back: Activists Reflect a Decade After the Arab Spring

9. Youth political participation in post-2011 Tunisia: Exploring the impact of the youth quota system through the prism of local municipal councillors

10. Tunisia’s Parliament: A Series of Post-Revolution Frustrations

11. Youth and the Future of Libya

12. Q&A with CCAS Assistant Professor Killian Clarke

13. Oman, Ten Years After the Arab Spring: The Evolution of State-Society Relations

14. Why the Phrase “Arab Spring” Should be Retired

15. The Sikh Struggle for Khalistan: Refocusing on the Punjabi Suba (Province) Movement in India

16. The Arab Spring: A Decade Later

17. North Africa 2030: What the Future Holds for the Region

18. Ten Years After the Arab Spring: Middle East Writers Reflect on the Arab Uprisings

19. After Sparking the Arab Spring, Is Tunisia Still a Success Story?

20. Collective Memory of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution: Surveying Egyptians a Decade After

21. Tunisian Democracy 10 Years after the Revolution: A Tale of Two Experiences

22. From the Barcelona Process to the Programme for the Mediterranean, a fragile partnership with the Pierre MIREL European Union

23. Washington and the Next Arab Spring

24. Unconstitutional Populism: A Peril to Democracy In Sub-Saharan Africa?

25. Muhammad Bin Salman’s Vision 2030: Strategy of the Kingdom in the Facade of Modernization

26. Sectarianism and International Relations

27. Education Reform in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia: Between Covid-19 and a Divided Civil Society

28. Democratic Change and Urbanisation in the Aftermath of the Arab Revolts: Euro-Mediterranean Cultural Cooperation in Local Urban Development in Morocco and Tunisia

29. Protest and State–Society Relations in the Middle East and North Africa

30. An Analysis of European Union Policy towards Syrian Refugees

31. Interview with Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi

32. Comprehensive, Contentious, Convulsive, and Continuing: Some Observations on the 2010–2020 Arab Uprisings

33. Diasporas: A Global and Vibrant Force for Arab Democratization

34. Egypt after the Coronavirus: Back to Square One

35. What Has Changed in Policing since the Arab Uprisings of 2011? Challenges to Reform and Next Steps

36. Foreign Policy as a Contested Front of the Cultural Wars in Turkey: The Middle East and Turkey in the Era of the AKP

37. Decentralisation: The Search for New Development Solutions in the Arab World’s Peripheries

38. Local Activism in post-2011 Egypt

39. From Rise to Crisis: The Qatari Leadership

40. Coups and Revolution: Mass Mobilization, The Egyptian Military, and The U.S. From Mubarak to Sisi

41. The Clash of Values: Islamic Fundamentalism Versus Liberal Nationalism

42. The Tumultuous Decade: Recapping a Decade of Polling in the Middle East

43. Egyptian Plague or Spring of Youth? The Israeli Discourse regarding the Arab Spring

44. The New Arab Uprisings: How the 2019 trajectory differs from the 2011 legacy? (Part 1)

45. The Politics of Pandemics. Evolving Regime-Opposition Dynamics in the MENA Region

46. Never-Ending Reformism from Above and Dissatisfaction from Below: The Paradox of Moroccan Post-Spring Politics

47. Shifting Global Politics and the Middle East

48. Post-Hegemonic (Dis)order and Regional Balancing Strategies in the Middle East

49. To Shoot or to Defect? Military Responses to the Arab Uprisings

50. Tunisia and Its Relations with Israel Following the Arab Spring

51. Managing the Secure Release of Sensitive Detainees in Libya

52. The fate of Tripoli and the democratic dream for Libya

53. Algeria’s Uprisings in Context: An Interview with Prof. El Mouhoub Mouhoud

54. Strong Organization, Weak Ideology: Muslim Brotherhood Trajectories in Egyptian Prisons Since 2013

55. Decentralization in Morocco: Promising Legal Reforms with Uncertain Impact

56. Twenty Days of Lebanese Protests: Between Continuity, Innovation and Uncertainty

57. From “Overthrowing the Regime” to “All Means All”: An Analysis of the Lebanonisation of Arab Spring Rhetoric

58. The Middle East economy in the last decade

59. Tunisia 2019: The Success and Failures of the Arab Spring

60. Civil Trends in Israel’s Arab Society in Light of the "Arab Spring"

61. Enlightenment on the Eve of Revolution: The Egyptian and Syrian Debates

62. Politics and Social Media in the Middle East and North Africa: Trends and Trust in Online Information

63. Social Capital in the Middle East and North Africa

64. Turkish-Russian Relationships in the Context of Syrian Conflict

65. Concerns for Jordan's Stability

66. Societal Rather than Governmental Change: Religious Discrimination in Muslim-Majority Countries after the Arab Uprisings

67. The Second Wave?

68. Arab Spring: The Second Coming?

69. Islamist Archipelago: The Turkey-Qatar Nexus

70. Norm and Dissidence: Egyptian Shiʿa between Security Approaches and Geopolitical Stakes

71. Fragile States Index 2019

72. Social Currents in North Africa

73. The JDP’s Changing Discursive Strategies towards Israel: Rhetoric vs. Reality

74. The Arab Revolutions Seven Years On: The State of Social Movements in Egypt and Syria

75. Gulf Countries as a Destination for Syrian Financial Capital: The Case of the United Arab Emirates

76. Islamists and Human Rights in Morocco

77. Artist Q&A

78. Amplifying Voices, Responding to Crises: Media Technology and the Arab Spring

79. The Revolutionary Seeds of Mass Media

80. Q&A with Political Cartoonist Khalid Albaih

81. Tunisia’s Fraying Governing Coalition Threatens to Undermine CVE/CT Strategy

82. Democracy in the Middle East and North Africa: Five Years after the Arab Uprisings

83. The Saudi Revolution

84. Why It Matters What We Do: Arab Citizens' Perceptions of the European Union after the 2011 Uprisings

85. Skeptical of the Saudis

86. Transitional Justice in the Middle East and North Africa

87. Democratization in Tunisia and Elite Theory

88. The External Dimension of European Union Counter-Terrorism Discourse: Good Governance, the Arab “Spring” and the “Foreign Fighters”

89. The Historical Compromise Between Civil State and Religion in Post-Revolution Tunisia

90. Yemen: drained, uncertain, and ignored – a series on Yemen, part 3

91. Militarizing the Nation: The Army, Business, and Revolution in Egypt

92. Violent Non-State Actors in the Middle East: A Conversation with Dr. Carmit Valensi

93. Islamic State in Yemen – A Rival to al-Qaeda?

94. Explaining Miscalculation and Maladaptation in Turkish Foreign Policy towards the Middle East during the Arab Uprisings: A Neoclassical Realist Perspective

95. On the Borders of Cultural Relativism, Nativism, and International Society: A Promotion of Islamist Democracy in the Middle East after the Arab Uprisings

96. Continuity or Change in Turkish Foreign Policy? Analyzing the Policy Fluctuations during the Justice and Development Party Era

97. The Arab Spring, Dominoes, and Turkey

98. Openness and Closedness of the Political Systems That Caused the Arab Spring

99. What does Turkey want in Syria and why?

100. The Military, the Media and Public Perceptions in Egypt: Communication and Civil-Military Relations