Recent government decisions to expand English language instruction in Algerian schools, though seemingly educational in nature, are only the latest developments in a longstanding national dispute.
Since the defeat of ISIS forces at Al-Baghouz in 2019, five factors have stymied the group’s revival in Syria and Iraq.
In the wake of Erdogan’s electoral victory, Türkiye will continue to deepen ties with the Tripoli government, but may also seek reconciliation with Benghazi.
With the king’s prolonged absence from the public sphere, the reins of power in Morocco are in the hands of a “security alliance" with troubling implications for democratic reforms and freedom of expression.
While the Turkish president will continue to renew relations with countries across the Middle East, the possibility of a Türkiye-Syria rapprochement may depend on Iran’s involvement.
Arab public opinion is shifting on the topic of great power competition in the Middle East, with implications for the future of the region.
As one of the most-affected countries in North Africa, Morocco has moved to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change, but many difficulties lie ahead.
Researchers in Morocco are studying ways to use solar and wind energy for a faster transition to a green economy. This documentary tells the story of Morocco's quest to produce clean, renewable energy.
This will likely be Erdogan’s last term, as his electoral alliance is not large enough to hold a constitutional referendum to extend presidential term limits.
This article discusses Hamas’s motives for avoiding involvement in the recent military confrontation between Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and Israel in the Gaza Strip.
Saudi efforts to attract superstars in entertainment and sports are part of two government programs aimed at transforming the identity of Saudi cities and citizens.