Press Review and Multimedia
10 Jahre neue marokkanische Verfassung
2011 gab sich das Königreich Marokko eine neue Verfassung, die das Niveau & die Qualität politischer Partizipation für Bürgerinnen & Bürger erhöhen sollte. Wo steht Marokko heute?
Assessment and Expectations of the Arab Spring Generation
We asked participants of the MENA Leadership Academy of KAS: What does the Arab Spring mean to them, where does their country stand today and where will it stand in ten years time.
Tunesien zehn Jahre nach der Revolution
Wie ist die Situation im Land heute? Wie haben sich Zivilgesellschaft und Tunesien weiterentwickelt und wie bewertet die internationale Gemeinschaft den Demokratisierungsprozess?
Interview with the Egyptian novelist Alaa Al-Aswany
Alaa Al-Aswani describes how he experienced this revolution, the state of authoritarian regimes in North Africa and the Middle East, and what role literature plays in politics.
Amjad Badr on political developments in Libya
„Digital Democracy“ in Tunisia
How the organisation „Chnowa Barnemjek“ uses the digitalization to strengthen democracy.
Where does Tunisia stand today? A conversation with Maya Ksouri
We talked about this with the Tunisian lawyer Maya Ksouri. The interview is available in French with German subtitles.
Where does Tunisia stand today? A conversation with Hichem Elloumi
We talked about this with Hichem Elloumi, Chairman and CEO of the Cofiab Group and Vice-President of the Tunisian employers' association UTICA.
Where does Tunisia stand today? A conversation with Yadh Ben Achour
We talked about this with Yadh Ben Achour, university professor, president of the Higher Political Reform Commission and member of the UN Human Rights Committee.
Lebanese Activist Hussein El-Achi on the Lebanon Protest Movement
Hussein El-Achi analyzes the emerging motivations of the new protest movement and the particular challenges for political reforms in the Cedar state.
Deutschlands Nahostpolitik 10 Jahre nach dem Arabischen Frühling
Dr. Andreas Reinecke über die Bedeutung Tunesiens für Deutschland sowie die Handlungsoptionen für die deutsche und europäische Nahost- & Nordafrikapolitik.
Zeitzeuge Sadem Jebali über Revolution und Proteste
Sadem Jebali ist Wissenschaftler und politischer Analyst.
10 Jahre Arabischer Frühling. Drei Fragen an Michael Bauer
A decade to the Catastrophe
When Jihad Yazigi, Co-Founder of The Syrian Observer, looks back on the events of the Arab Spring in Syria, only one word comes to his mind: “catastrophe“.
Video series "DIARY OF SYRIA"
Video series "DIARY OF IRAQ"
After launching our series “Diary of Syria” we now present “Diary of Iraq” recounting key events of the beginning of the #ArabSpring from an #Iraqi perspective. 📽️ Watch Episode 1 now. 🇮🇶 pic.twitter.com/qGTAFR5Pby— KAS Syria & Iraq (@KAS_SyriaIraq) February 5, 2021
Watch the fifth episode of our series “Diary of Iraq”, recounting key events of the beginning of the #ArabSpring from an #Iraqi perspective. Today on the occasion of the "Iraqi Day of Rage". 🇮🇶 pic.twitter.com/viN5SxwcJn— KAS Syria & Iraq (@KAS_SyriaIraq) February 26, 2021
„From Beirut to Baghdad – Konrad’s Journey through the Middle East“ - Podcast published by our Beirut office
Interview with Sam Dagher, journalist and author, on the the Arab Spring in Syria and Iraq and what is left of the demands and hopes of 2011
Interview with Inna Rudolf, research fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence in London, on the US elections of November 3, 2020 and its impact on American foreign policy in the Middle East with a special focus on Iraq.
Interview with Hafsa Halawa non-resident scholar at the Middle East Institute and an independent consultant for the MENA region on the protests, the governmental crisis and the impact of Covid-19 in Iraq.
Interview with UNHCR’s spokesperson Andreas Kirchhof on the Covid-19 situation in the refugee camps across the Middle East.
Head of KAS Office Lebanon and KAS Office Syria/Iraq (ad interim)
Desk Officer in the Department Middle East and North Africa