- “Ethiopia could disintegrate like Yugoslavia, with far more serious repercussions”, warn major experts. But no credible international mediation looks in sight
- Palestinian Prime Minister spoke with ResetDOC ahead of his diplomatic tour to Europe. Admitting a new generation needs to take the lead.
- Liberties and economic development, rather than statehood, for Palestinians. Can Micah Goodman’s policy framework become the new Israeli mainstream?
- Despite the critical health conditions of President Miloš Zeman, the country may soon be headed by a new, pro-European government led by Petr Fiala. What will outgoing PM Andrej Babiš make of it?
- Pro- and anti-Saied demonstrators are staging a growing “squares battle” after the centralization of powers in the hands of the President.
- Exploratory talks for an Ampelkoalition (three-way coalition) have started in Berlin between the SPD, the Greens, and the Liberals of the FDP.
- European law has no precedence over the Constitution, says the government-controlled Constitutional Court. Polexit now looks like more than fantasy.
- From Egypt to Tunisia, from Algeria to Morocco, Islamist and democratic hopes alike have been dashed, or crashed. Time to reflect on how that could happen.
- The poorly known Tunisian geologist was tasked by President Saied of forming a new government. Will she have any space to deliver?