Governance & Political Reform
Morocco’s November 2011 Elections: Enough to Ensure a Political Transition?
The question is whether theelections constitute a case of “Moroccan catch-up” with the dynamic of events further east along North Africa’s littoral or whether they reflect the culmination of domestic pressures.20 December 2011
Transition All Over? Lessons from the Experience of the Post-Communist Countries for the Countries of the Arab Spring
The events have given hope to millions in the MENA region of a politically more open and prosperous future. The experience of the post-Communist countries shows that there are many challenges on the way, but also that progress is possible.19 December 2011
Elections législatives au Maroc : enjeux, défis et perspectives
Plus que les élections tunisiennes du 23 octobre, celles du 25 novembre au Maroc déterminent clairement les enjeux politiques, sociaux et idéologiques auxquels le Maghreb est confronté depuis le début du printemps arabe.15 December 2011
Ways of Participation: Democracy and Citizenship14 December 2011
Transition in the Southern Mediterranean: An Opportunity for Improved Cooperation Between the Two Shores?
Many political leaders shut their eyes to the nature of existing regimes as long as they brought stability. Economists and donors relied on economic growth, overlooking the fact that it was associated with a growth of inequality.28 November 2011