Two years after the Arab Spring, the fate of democracy is still uncertainCDDRL, FSI Stanford, ARD in the news
Two years after the events marking the Arab Spring, Hicham Ben Abdallah assesses the state of democratic development across the Middle East and North Africa in a piece for Le Monde Diplomatique and an interview with the Brazilian publication O Globo. Abdallah, a consulting professor at FSI and CDDRL, describes the stalled democratic transitions in Egypt and Tunisia, growing opposition to Arab monarchies, and the Syrian civil war that could ignite religious tensions across the region.
- » Le Monde Diplomatique, "Are the Arab monarchies next?"
- » O Globo, "There is debate about new economic opportunities" (Translated from Portuguese to English)