10 July 2020 NESA, in partnership with the Chatham House MENA Programme, held the second event of the Iran Workshop Series in which analysts and experts examined Iran’s domestic scene and the ongoing economic challenges impacting the country since the outbreak of COVID-19. Read meeting summary here. The views presented in this article are Read More >
Inside India Today: Politics, Security and the Rivalry with China – An Interview with Professor Christophe Jaffrelot
This is the second engagement of NESA’s South Asia Interview series. NESA Distinguished Professor Hassan Abbas interviews Christophe Jaffrelot who is Avantha Chair and Professor of Indian Politics and Sociology at the King’s India Institute and also the Research Lead for the Global Institutes, King’s College London. Hassan Abbas: Welcome Professor Jaffrelot. I am borrowing Read More >
Covid-19: The Moroccan Experience in Managing the Crisis
Hicham Tahiri-Alaoui, NESA Alumnus At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, most underestimated the impact and scale of the virus. Citizens in Morocco thought this epidemic and later pandemic, would follow the course of previous health crises that spread on a more limited scale. The decision-makers, on the other hand, were anxiously observing the quick Read More >
Coronavirus and the Arab Gulf States: Modernization Delayed?
باللغة العربية en français David Des Roches, NESA Center, 29 March 2020 In a pandemic, there are three sources of societal damage. The first is damage from the disease; the second is damage from any panic which may accompany the disease, the third is economic damage due to the disease and the measures taken to Read More >