Publications

Inside Libya - March Edition

Monthly Reports on inner-Libyan Developments

The Regional Program Political Dialogue South Mediterranean (PolDiMed) of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in cooperation with LIBYA DESK™ is delighted to present our monthly report on Libya. This format examines the most important political, economic and social developments of the previous month, which are of central importance for understanding the situation in Libya. The report is based on reliable Libyan sources and provides first a summary and then a contextualization of developments in the wider Libyan context.

Economics in the Middle East and North Africa

KAS PolDiMed Survey Report

The report places special emphasis on the results of the KAS-PolDiMed survey on the perceptions and attitudes of the population regarding the economic situation in the Middle East and North Africa among respondents in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Jordan, and Lebanon.

Migration in the Middle East and North Africa

KAS PolDiMed Survey - What are the Public Perceptions in the Region?

At a time of severe socioeconomic challenges, the KAS PolDiMed survey conducted by Arab Research and Analytics Associates (ARAA) shows that the desire to emigrate is very high among the better educated and among the youth, contributing to the already problematic brain drain in the region. To learn more about attitudes toward migration in the region, download the focus report as a pdf to the right.

Democracy & Political Systems In the Middle East and North Africa

KAS PolDiMed Survey

The report places special emphasis on the results of the KAS-PolDiMed survey regarding public perceptions of preferred political systems and the status of democracy in the Middle East and North Africa among respondents in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Jordan, and Lebanon.

International Relations in the Middle East and North Africa - What are the Public Perceptions?

KAS PolDiMed Survey

The report places special emphasis on the results of the KAS-PolDiMed survey with regards to public perceptions towards international relations in the Middle East and North Africa among respondents in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Jordan and Lebanon.

Inside Libya - February Edition

Monthly Reports on inner-Libyan Developments

The Regional Program Political Dialogue South Mediterranean (PolDiMed) of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in cooperation with LIBYA DESK™ is delighted to present our monthly report on Libya. This format examines the most important political, economic and social developments of the previous month, which are of central importance for understanding the situation in Libya. The report is based on reliable Libyan sources and provides first a summary and then a contextualization of developments in the wider Libyan context.

Trust in Political Institutions in the Middle East and North Africa

KAS PolDiMed Survey

The report places special emphasis on the results of the KAS-PolDiMed survey on trust in political institutions among respondents in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Jordan and Lebanon.

Covid-19 Challenges in the Mediterranean: What are the Perceptions in the Region?

KAS PolDiMed Survey

As part of our KAS PolDiMed survey conducted by Arab Research & Analytics Associates, we are pleased to share with you an in-depth analysis of public perceptions in the Mediterranean region regarding the Covid-19 challenge. The report shows that in addition to the serious challenge posed by this pandemic, there is an impetus for governments to regain the trust of citizens through successful and transparent management of the crisis.

Vaccine Diplomacy in the Mediterranean: The Contest for Influence

Mediterranean Dialogue Series no. 36

Samer Al-Atrush takes a closer look at the current state of affairs regarding vaccination programs in the Mediterranean. He analyzes the geopolitical competition between global players to take the lead in supplying vaccines to the region and thereby advance their standing in the wider region.

Unpacking the Arab part of Identity, Spring and World

Mediterranean Dialogue Series no. 35

Amro Ali explores the subliminal connotations of the term "Arab" and what collective identity implementations it has - what are the problems with the term? What are alternative options? A worthwhile read 10 years after the uprisings.