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Can dialogue resolve Libya’s political divisions?
Can dialogue resolve Libya’s political divisions?
Azza Kamel Maghur, lawyer and writer, examines the UN Support Mission in Libya and argues that all sides must recognise that political dialogue is the only solution to put their country back on the road to stability.
 
Azza Kamel Maghur
Egypt’s hopes for Gulf aid
Egypt’s hopes for Gulf aid

After years of relying on financial aid from Gulf states during its political crises, Egypt is hosting an Economic Summit hoping to attract foreign investors and donors to get the economy back on track.

Omar El-Shenety
A force for Syria's future: a proposed national army
A force for Syria's future: a proposed national army
Abdulnasser Al-Ayed, playwright and writer proposes in his article the idea of a Syrian National Army. This he sees is the only real solution for the conflict that is being fought more and more between three opposing groups - the Assad regime, extremist Islamist forces that seek the establishment of a religious Sunni state in which the role of minorities would remain secondary, and the national democracy movement.
Abdel-Nasser al-Ayed
Algerian angst: can it agree on constitutional change?
Algerian Angst: Can It Agree on Constitutional Change?
Bouhania Goui, Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Kasdi Merbah de Ouargla University in Algeria looks at the options to resolving its constitutional crisis and asks whether a solution can be found that delivers on democracy, governance and changes in the rule of law.
Bouhania Goui
Governance in Morocco: Discourse, Policies and Reality
Governance in Morocco: Discourse, Policies and Reality
What have the 2011 protests in Morocco achieved in terms of governance reforms? The constitutional reforms undertaken by Morocco since the 2011 protests have modified legislative and institutional procedures, yet their real impact on governance needs to be assessed.
Mohamed Benhlal

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