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With the city of Idlib now completely liberated by pro-revolution forces, including Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat al-Nusra, there are risks of the city descending into chaos should opposition forces, the Etilaf and the international community fail to take the necessary precautions.
Malak Chabkoun
The implications of the military strikes launched by Saudi Arabia in collaboration with ten other countries against the Houthis in Yemen last night have several implications for the participating coalition, for Yemen, for the region at large and for other international players.
Al Jazeera Centre for Studies
This report reviews expected scenarios post-Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei and provides a list of the most prominent candidates which could succeed him, as well as their weaknesses and strengths.
Dr. Fatima AlSmadi
In the last one year, Nigeria has witnessed increasing feminisation of terror by Boko Haram in two paradoxical ways - involving young girls as both the victims and vanguards of terror.
Freedom C. Onuoha and Temilola A. George
Tunisia’s democratic consolidation will be at risk should civil society organisations (CSOs), donors and the state fail to address the responsibilities that come with foreign funding. This report is based on the author’s fieldwork in Tunisia last year. المزيد
Malak Chabkoun
As the forthcoming presidential election in Nigeria has been delayed by Nigeria’s Electoral Commission to March 28, 2015, this report looks at the state of the country’s political economy affected by the fight against the terror organization, Boko Haram, and the two main candidates'. المزيد
Benjamin Augé
In his recent visit to the United States, Emir Tamim bin Hammad Al Thani emphasised Qatar's deep commitment to peace and stability in the region and offered his vision to assist in attaining it. المزيد
Dr. Jamal Abdullah and Dr. Ghassan Shabaneh