This concluding volume of the MEI Viewpoints series on the Environment and the Middle East explores the scope and modalities for region-wide and international cooperation to address the environmental challenges facing the Middle East.
While scholars of the Middle East can only speculate which autocratic ruler will be the next to fall, the Middle East Institute opens its series on Revolution and Political Transformation by reexamining and placing into context the events of the Arab Spring.
As the deadline approaches this week to name the members of a committee tasked with writing Egypt's first post-revolutionary constitution, women look likely to be sidelined, a bad omen for the full protection of their rights in the post-Mubarak era
The last special edition in the MEI series, “Crossing Borders,” explores some of the key public health challenges facing Middle Eastern countries, and the efforts that can, should, and are being made to address them.
The second volume of the three-part series, Revolution and Political Transformation, seeks to answer the question of why the popular protests of the Arab Spring are succeeding or failing by examining regime responses.