The Middle East, Peace and Democracy

Green Movement Protests in Iran, 2009. Photo By Ben Curtis on AP Images

The Concept of Democracy in The Middle East

Protesters gather in Tahrir Square on February 1, 2011 During Arab Spring, Photo By Peter Macdiarmid on Getty Image

The Impact of the Challenges of Transition to Peace through democracy on political Development in the Middle East

Demonstrators hold placards during a rally to better implement the Istanbul Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women, in Istanbul, Turkey, August 5, 2020. (AFP)
Political Protest in Baghdad, Iraq, January 24, 2020. (Reuters)

Security-political challenges in the Middle East




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Ahmad Al Jabbouri

Ahmad Al Jabbouri

Freelance Middle East Analyst and Researcher

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