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19 May 2018, 10:30 am by Jen Patja Howell
On Friday, Lawfare senior editor Scott Anderson spoke with Khaled Elgindy, Natan Sachs, and Sarah Yerkes to sort through the headlines. [read post]
30 Apr 2016, 7:34 am by Alex R. McQuade
Sarah Yerkes questioned whether the latest blunder by Egypt’s President Sissi be is a nail in his own coffin. [read post]
19 Mar 2016, 8:09 am by Alex R. McQuade
Sarah Yerkes argued that fixing Tunisia’s terror program should begin at home. [read post]
13 Aug 2016, 6:18 am by Rishabh Bhandari
Sarah Yerkes documented the considerable challenges that Tunisia’s Prime Minister-designate will face in the coming months as the leader of the only democratically-elected government in the Arab world. [read post]
30 Apr 2016, 7:34 am by Alex R. McQuade
Sarah Yerkes questioned whether the latest blunder by Egypt’s President Sissi be is a nail in his own coffin. [read post]
5 Nov 2016, 7:09 am by Zachary Burdette
Sarah Yerkes argued that protests in Morocco are unlikely to escalate into a new Arab Spring. [read post]
7 Jan 2017, 7:32 am by Quinta Jurecic
Joel Braunold and Sarah Yerkes asked whether a peace deal is possible if Israelis and Palestinians just don’t trust each other. [read post]
2 Jul 2016, 7:54 am by Rishabh Bhandari
Sarah Yerkes highlighted the one-year anniversary of the brutal attack in Tunisia that claimed 38 beachgoers and the country’s ensuing economic struggles. [read post]
5 Jan 2017, 11:22 am by Quinta Jurecic
Joel Braunold and Sarah Yerkes asked whether a peace deal is possible without trust between Israelis and Palestinians. [read post]
26 May 2018, 7:19 am by Rachel Bercovitz
Patja Howell posted the Lawfare Podcast, featuring interviews with Khaled Elgindy, Natan Sachs, and Sarah Yerkes on “The Jerusalem Embassy Opening and Protests in Gaza. [read post]
3 Nov 2016, 12:55 pm by Zachary Burdette
Sarah Yerkes argued that protests in Morocco are unlikely to escalate into a new Arab Spring. [read post]
2 Nov 2016, 8:00 am by Sarah Yerkes
Brookings' Sarah Yerkes explains the difference between these events and argues that, while these protests should be taken seriously, they are unlikely to escalate. *** The ongoing protests in Morocco, sparked by the death of a fish vendor last week, have led some to speculate that Morocco might be on the verge of a second Arab Spring. [read post]
8 Nov 2015, 7:17 am by Sarah Yerkes
Sarah Yerkes, a visiting fellow with us in the Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings, details the troubling increase in media censorship in the Middle East and argues that such pressure is likely to backfire. *** The recent awarding of the EU’s top human rights prize to imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi is shining the spotlight once again on the rampant abuse of freedom of expression in the Middle East and North Africa. [read post]
14 Nov 2015, 5:18 am by Elina Saxena
In this week’s Foreign Policy Essay, Sarah Yerkes examined the “unintended consequences of media crackdowns in the Middle East and North Africa. [read post]
11 Aug 2016, 12:41 pm by Rishabh Bhandari, Quinta Jurecic
Russia announced plans for a daily three-hour ceasefire in Aleppo, beginning Thursday, to allow aid convoys to enter the city safely. [read post]
27 Apr 2016, 11:58 am by Elina Saxena
The BBC reports that up to $800 million dollars of the Islamic State’s cash have been destroyed by U.S. strikes after U.S. forces stepped up their efforts to target the group’s funding. [read post]
9 Nov 2015, 11:40 am by Elina Saxena, Cody M. Poplin
After hearing an explosion in the last seconds of the cockpit recording, investigators are “90 percent sure” that a bomb brought down the Russian jetliner that crashed in the Sinai and left all 224 passengers on board dead. [read post]
8 Jul 2019, 8:39 am by Vishnu Kannan
The event will feature a panel discussion with Michael Robbins, Director of the Arab Barometer; Sarah Yerkes, a fellow in Carnegie’s Middle East Program; Emir Sfaxi, a Fulbright fellow and a public policy consultant; and Oumayma Ben Abdallah, a human rights researcher and Tunisia analyst; moderated by Sonia Dridi, a journalist covering U.S. news for various French media outlets. [read post]