Latest from USIP on Morocco
- May 10, 2012 | Publication
The U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) held its third annual conference on security sector governance on May 10, drawing in activists from North Africa and the Middle East as well as former U.S. ambassadors to the region to assess the political and security-sector challenges arising from the “Arab Awakening.”
- May 7, 2012 | Publication
The fledgling new governments in Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco are now facing persistent challenges from a different kind of unrest - labor strikes. In all three countries, hundreds of strikes have repeatedly disrupted government services and private industries since the Arab uprisings erupted in January 2011.
- April 19, 2012 | Publication
The Islamists Are Coming is the first book to survey the rise of Islamist groups in the wake of the Arab Spring. In this book, Robin Wright offers an overview and 10 experts identify Islamists in Algeria, Egypt (two), Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, the Palestinian territories, Syria, and Tunisia. Each chapter is designed to help both a general audience and specialists.
- January 13, 2012 | Publication
In a period of tremendous change in parts of the world, we are asking USIP leaders, from board members to senior staff and experts, to explain the effects that events abroad and here at home will have on the United States, and the contributions the Institute can and does make. Steven Heydemann is USIP’s senior adviser for Middle East Initiatives.