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Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi’s resignation has completely tipped the political scales in Yemen. This paper argues that the powers that forced him to resign are now politically compromised, while those who continue to view him as the legitimate president are in a stronger bargaining position.
Al Jazeera Center for Studies
For the third year in a row, AlJazeera Centre for Studies (AJCS) has been rated sixth out of 521 of the best think tanks in the MENA. The 2014 Global Go-To Think Tank Index (GGTTI) report, also rated AJCS as the topmost Arab think tank operating in the Gulf region.
Al Jazeera Center for Studies
This report highlights key 2014 developments in the Maghreb region, namely, in Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and looks forward at possible scenarios and factors that will impact the region's future geopolitical landscape.
Kamal Qsiyer
The Saudi-Iran showdown is playing out in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan. The oil price drop is the latest point of contention, but the reality is several regional issues predate it. Iran’s continued regional expansion means that Saudi will face larger challenges in rectifying Arab relations.
AlJazeera Centre for Studies
Judging by the timing, location and results of the 35th Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit in Doha in December 2014, the leaders of the six GCC states seem to have set aside the internal disagreements that strained relations between them for much of 2014. المزيد
Dr. Jamal Abdullah
Beheadings and other attacks on journalists and aid workers in the Arab world will negatively impact and limit coverage in the region, reversing recent gains in giving a voice to previously-suppressed peoples in the region. المزيد
Thembisa Fakude
AlJazeera Centre for Studies will be hosting its seminar, “Media in Political Transition: The Case of Tunisia", on 6 December 2014 at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Doha. المزيد
Al Jazeera Center for Studies