from From the Potomac to the Euphrates and Middle East Program

Weekend Reading: Tension in Turkey, Kuwait’s Election, and Reexamining Tunisian History

Kuwaiti women cast their votes during parliamentary election in a polling station in Kuwait City, Kuwait (Stringer/Reuters).

Reading selections for the weekend of December 2, 2016.

December 2, 2016

Kuwaiti women cast their votes during parliamentary election in a polling station in Kuwait City, Kuwait (Stringer/Reuters).
Blog Post

Nick Ashdown discusses the tense political and social climate in Turkey in the months after the failed coup attempt.

Habib Toumi argues that reforms to Kuwait’s electoral law in July 2006 have succeeded in diminishing the influence of large tribal coalitions in last weekend’s parliamentary elections.

More on:

Turkey

Kuwait

Tunisia

Sarah Souli explores how Tunisians are reexamining the history of modern Tunisia.

More on:

Turkey

Kuwait

Tunisia

Up
Close