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Carnegie Middle East Center

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The Carnegie Middle East Center is one of five regional, public policy-focused think tanks established and operated by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The Center specifically concerns itself with political and economic developments within the Arab World, Turkey and Iran.

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Publications

The Popular Mobilization Forces and Iraq´s Future
Coming Home? A Political Settlement in Syria Must Focus on Refugees
How Regional Security Concerns Uniquely Constrain Governance in Northeastern Syria
Local Wars and the Chance for Decentralized Peace in Syria
Too Big to Fail: Egypt´s Large Enterprises after the 2011 Uprising
Eastern Expectations: The Changing Dynamics in Syria´s Tribal Regions
Egypt´s Regime Faces an Authoritarian Catch-22
Dilemmas of Reform: Policing in Arab Transitions
Strength in Weakness: The Syrian Army's Accidental Resilience
The Sunni Predicament in Iraq
A Quiet Revolution: The Tunisian Military After Ben Ali
Loyalties and Group Formation in the Lebanese Officer Corps
Shia-Centric State-Building and Sunni Rejection in Post 2003 Iraq
An Unhappy Marriage: Civil-Military Relations in Post-Saddam Iraq
Kurdistan’s Political Armies: The Challenge of Unifying the Peshmerga Forces
For Money or Liberty? The Political Economy of Military Desertion and Rebel Recruitment in the Syrian Civil War
Refugees in the Making of an Arab Regional Disorder
Early Spring in Jordan: The Revolt of the Military Veterans
Assad's Officer Ghetto: Why the Syrian Army Remains Loyal
Women in the Men's House: The Road to Equality in the Algerian Military
Egypt's Escalating Islamist Insurgency
Market for Jihad: Radicalization in Tunisia
Low-Cost Authoritarianism: The Egyptian Regime and Labor Movement Since 2013
Crumbling States: Security Sector Reform in Libya and Yemen
The Assad Regime's Hold on the Syrian State
The Islamic State's Strategy: Lasting and Expanding
Jordan's Refugee Crisis
Kurdistan's Politicized Society Confronts a Sultanistic System
Qatar and the Recalibration of Power in the Gulf
The Economics of Egypt's Rising Authoritarian Order
Kuwaiti Salafism and its Growing Influence in the Levant
From Transformation to Mediation
Egypt's Post-Mubarak Predicament
Tehran Calling: Understanding a New Iranian Leadership
In the Crossfire: Islamist's Travails in Tunisia
The Private Sector in Postrevolution Egypt
A Review of Citizenship Education in Arab Nations
The Price of Stability in Algeria
The Syrian Opposition's Leadership Problem
Contested Consolidation of Power in Iraq
Building Cooperation in the Eastern Middle East
The Arab State
Managing Arab Sovereign Wealth in Turbulent Times – and Beyond
The Oil Boom in the GCC Countries, 2002-2008
European Conflict Management in the Middle East
In the Shadow of the Brothers
When Money Talks
Salafism and Radical Politics in Postconflict Algeria
The Middle East: Evolution of a Broken Regional Order
EU and U.S. Free Trade Agreements in the Middle East and North Africa
Morocco's Experience with Poverty Reduction
Trading High Unemployment for Bad Jobs
Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Santiago Principles
From Violence to Moderation
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood
Between Government and Opposition
Fixing Broken Windows
Algeria Under Bouteflika
Lebanon's Sunni Islamists
The Political Economy of Reform in Egypt
Rethinking Economic Reform in Jordan
Kuwait: Politics in a Participatory Emirate
Women in Islamist Movements
The Challenge of Economic Reform in the Arab World
Can Lebanon Survive the Syrian Crisis?
Religious Education and Pluralism in Egypt and Tunisia
Above the State: The Officers' Republic in Egypt
Libya's Troubled Transition
The Economic Agenda of the Islamist Parties
The Arab World's Education Report Card
Tunisia's Economic Challenges
Challenges of Egypt's Economic Transition
Education for Citizenship in the Arab World
Policing the People, Building the State: Authoritarian Transformation in the West Bank and Gaza

Series

Carnegie Middle East Center Papers

Articles

Strength in Weakness: The Syrian Army's Accidental Resilience
An Unhappy Marriage: Civil-Military Relations in Post-Saddam Iraq
Kurdistan’s Political Armies: The Challenge of Unifying the Peshmerga Forces
Assad’s Officer Ghetto: Why the Syrian Army Remains Loyal
The Ongoing Marginalization of Morocco’s Largest Islamist Opposition Group
The Egyptian Armed Forces and the Remaking of an Economic Empire
Algeria's Shale Gas Experiment
The Nusra Front’s Game-Changing Rise in Syria
The Coptic Church and Politics in Egypt
The Future of Big Business in the New Egypt
The Egyptian State and the Religious Sphere
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s Failures
Lebanon's Precarious New Government
Unifying Syria's Rebels: Saudi Arabia Joins the Fray

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