Hear ye, hear ye: Latest MEC podcasts on #Jordan and #Algeria

Are you looking for a bit of context following the Jordanian elections last week  or in  the wake of Algeria’s In Amenas gas plant attack?  We have some podcasts for you:
On 23 January, Dr Tariq Tell, a political economist currently teaching at the Centre for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies at the American University of Beirut, examined the history of […]

Competing Economic Visions in the Arab Uprisings: Navigating without Roadmaps

On 19 November, Dr Nasser Saidi gave a lecture at LSE on the need for economic reforms and roadmaps across the Middle East and North Africa. 

“Roadmaps, of course, is a dirty word,” said Dr Saidi in the lecture. “It’s a four-letter word in our part of the world. We’ve had so many roadmaps that have led nowhere, but I chose it [in my title] […]

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