The Private Sector in the Arab World – Road Map Towards Reform
Security Sector Reform in the Arab Region: Challenges to Developing an Indigenous Agenda
Jordan: the Possibility of Transition from Electoral Rut to a “Constitutional Democratic Monarchy”
Critical dialogue between diverse opposition groups: Final report
The New Protest Movements in Egypt: Has the Country Lost Patience?
Algeria’s May 17, 2007 parliamentary elections or the political representation crisis
Lebanon’s Future at a Crossroads
Political Reform and the Reconfiguration of National Identity in Syria
The 18 October Coalition for Rights and Freedoms in Tunisia
The Equity and Reconciliation Committee and the Transition Process in Morocco
Hezbollah and the Lebanese State Reconciling a National Strategy with a Regional Role
Electoral Law Reform in Lebanon: The Experience and Recommendations of the National Commission
“Charter for Peace and National Reconciliation” in Algeria: Threatening Contradictions
Prospects for Political Reform in Kuwait. An Analysis of Recent Events
What is Happening in Mauritania? An Analysis of the Post-Coup Transitional Period
The Palestinian Electorate: Islamists are more capable of leading the reform and state building process.
Syria: What Reforms While a Storm Is Building?
Egypt’s Bewildering Parliamentary Elections
Presidential Election in Egypt: Limits of the Reform Process
Peace and Constitution in the Sudan
The Municipal Elections in Saudi Arabia 2005
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