The Arab Peace Deals: Why now and what about the Palestine Cause?

By Annabelle Saba MENA Analyst On the 13th of August 2020, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) became the third Arab country to normalise relations with Israel, after Egypt in 1979 and Jordan in 1994. A month later, Bahrain also joined the Washington-sponsored deal and the two nations signed the Abraham Accords with Israel on theContinue reading “The Arab Peace Deals: Why now and what about the Palestine Cause?”

Election Special: Four communication errors which cost Trump re-election in 2020

By Konrad Foote North America Analyst Joe Biden is now the President-elect of the United States, winning a majority in the Electoral College, and in the process flipping those key states in the industrial mid-west Trump won against Clinton (e.g. Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania). Although the election ended up much closer than the polls predicted, PresidentContinue reading “Election Special: Four communication errors which cost Trump re-election in 2020”

How COVID-19 could shape the future of development in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Natalie Domaas Sub-Saharan Africa Analyst Out of all countries who have suffered from the effects of the novel coronavirus, the biggest (and most surprising) success stories come out of Sub-Saharan Africa. Countries such as Senegal, Rwanda, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, and Tanzania have all fared extremely well in the handling of the coronavirus outbreak, muchContinue reading “How COVID-19 could shape the future of development in Sub-Saharan Africa”