• EPC | 02 Feb 2020

    Libyan Conflict Developments following Berlin Conference

    The German capital witnessed the Berlin conference on January 19, 2020, to discuss ways to settle the conflict in Libya. Although there are indications on the desire of the international concerned parties to make the conference a success, in a way that helps achieve progress in the settlement efforts, the ten days following the conference have seen many challenges, which represent a difficult test to see how much serious the external parties are ready to cooperate put an end to this.

  • EPC | 19 Jan 2020

    What next for Tunisia now that Jemli’s government has been rejected?

    Habib Jemli, the Prime Minister-designate nominated by the Ennahdha Movement, has failed to win Parliament’s confidence for his proposed government, which he presented on January 10, 2020. This serious setback will have an impact on the political map and on the position of the Ennahdha Movement, which stands isolated within Tunisian politics.

  • EPC | 29 Dec 2019

    The Future of Algeria’s Political Landscape in light of Tebboune’s Ascent and Departure of Gaid Salih

    Against the backdrop of continued protests, two recent events in Algeria — the election of Abdelmajid Tebboune as President of Algeria on December 12 and the death of the Military Chief of Staff and Secretary General of Defense Ahmed Qaid Saleh on December 23 — are closely intertwined. This paper will examine these two developments and their impact on the future of the Algerian political scene.

  • Ayman Shabana | 15 Dec 2019

    “Dismantling” the Former Regime in Sudan: Procedures and Repercussions

    On 28 November 2019, the transitional government in Sudan adopted three laws to dismantle the former national salvation regime and remove it from power, relax public freedoms, and achieve justice.