30 Mar 2012
Islam and Politics
In this audio presentation, three Middle East experts discuss the relationship between Islam and politics in the wake of the recent Arab uprisings, including how Islam affects women's and minority rights, democracy, and secularism.
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28 Jul 2010
Muddling Through in Mexico
President Felipe Calderon's head-on approach has failed to destroy the powerful drug cartels, leaving deeper causes of societal and political malaise unaddressed, and spreading government resources too thin, Samuel Logan tells the ISN.
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20 Jan 2010
EMP: Migrant Morass
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, and other EU programs, groups migration with human and drug trafficking, which as Dr Bichara Khader tells the ISN, is just one of the signs of the Partnership's eurocentric view and needs to be addressed.
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16 Jul 2009
Yemen: A Perfect Storm
Debilitating poverty, a dysfunctional parliament, soaring food prices and a reinvigorated civil war are just some of the issues Yemen faces, and as Dr Elham Manea tells the ISN, the country must solve core issues if it hopes to survive intact.
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