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♦ Sanctions are back ♦ The struggle for the rule of law in Iran ♦ Iran’s environment amidst economic uncertainty ♦ In cannabis veritas ♦ Recreating the Citadel ♦ ‘For everything there is a season…’ ♦ Postcard from Iran ♦ The Ferdowsi Library ♦ A new chapter ♦ PLUS Reviews and events in London
China and the Middle East
♦ China’s One Belt, One Road initiative ♦ From ‘economy only’ to ‘keeper of international order’ ♦ China’s participation in Middle east security affairs ♦ Following in American footsteps? ♦ China ‘East of Suez’ ♦ China’s contradictory policy towards Israel ♦ Cultural encounters along the Silk Roads ♦ Translating Arabic literature in China ♦ PLUS Reviews and events in London
♦ What to expect from El-Sisi's second term? ♦The January 25th Revolution as liminal crisis ♦ Setting the platform for Egypt's next economic crisis ♦Egypt is failing its people ♦ Workers and military entrepreneurs in neoliberal Egypt ♦ The Muslim Brotherhood in El-Sisi's prisons ♦ Giulio Regeni's murder ♦ Psychoanalysis, criminality and the law in post-WWII Egypt ♦ PLUS Reviews and events in London
New Regional alliances and the Palestinian struggle ♦ Is Trump the Grinch who stole Palestinian Christmas? ♦ Gaza in a wheelchair ♦ Israel as a 'Jewish and democratic' state? ♦ Palestinian youth formations ♦ Palestinian musial experiments ♦Bringing Arab musicians to British stages ♦The SOAS Palestine Studies book series ♦ Palestine as an academic field of study ♦PLUS Reviews and events in London
December 2017–January 2018
Tunisia: seven years later ♦ Tunisia's ballooning civil society ♦ Literature unchained ♦ The cultural environment in post-2011 Tunisia ♦ Authoritarian revival and elite reconfiguration in Tunisia ♦ Al-Nahda ♦ Women's rights in Tunisia since the 2011 uprisings ♦ Reforming Tunisia's informal economy ♦ Photo competitions results ♦ PLUS Reviews and events in London