The Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood Movement: From Pillar of Monarchy to Enemy of the State
Jordanian state intelligence fight against the Muslim Brotherhood as the only force capable of challenging the monarchy led to internal divisions but is preventing the regime from engaging with the sole coherent political voice in the country.
Origins, Evolution and Challenges to the Human Rights Movement in Tunisia
Focusing on the evolution and current challenges of the human rights movement in Tunisia, the paper assess its relationship with politics, the generational chasm among activists, and internal governance issues.
Mohamed Kadiri tackles the evolution of the human rights movement through studying the context and conditions under which human rights actors appeared and the influences that shaped their development, current challenges and could dictate their prospects.
The Formal Birth of the Human Rights Movement in Egypt
While laying out a chronology of the birth and evolution of different human rights actors and their contribution to the movement, the paper sets the framework in which the work of human rights actors unfolds by dissecting four challenges.
National Reconciliation and Protection of Minorities
In this new research paper, ARI’s Deputy Director, Salam Kawakibi analyses the Assad regime’s exploitation of sectarian and confessional divisions and deconstructs the myths used in its political rhetoric to gain power and present itself as the ultimate line of defence for minorities.