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Volume 15,
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June 2022
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Youssef Mohammad Sawani
This article argues that the transitional justice (TJ) approach in post-Gaddafi Libya has failed because it lacked national reconciliation. Libya’s transition experience did not include reconciliation and agreement on a new social contract, and this ...
Amir Magdy Kamel
This paper explores the prisoner’s dilemma in the context of interactions between Libya’s Tripoli- and Tobruk-led actors in the period between Gaddafi’s 2011 ousting and the 2015 Libyan Political Agreement. In so doing, it reveals the extent to ...
Ahmed El Morabety, Mohamed El Morabety
Brain drain, or human capital flight, is the emigration of highly educated individuals and well-experienced professionals from low-income economies to more prosperous ones. Brain drain in Morocco has dramatically increased over the last years, and ...
Dmitry B. Grafov
In his foreign policy, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has reconsidered commitments to the United States and NATO allies that limit his political ambitions. Turkey’s military power is actively involved in Syria, Iraq, Libya, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the ...

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Contemporary Arab Affairs is the international quarterly journal of the Centre for Arab Unity Studies. It is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality and original research from and on the Arab region. Contemporary Arab Affairs seeks to publish work by specialists, policy experts, and scholars from the Arab world or those who have academic interest in the region. Drawing on the expertise of the Centre for Arab Unity Studies, a well-established publisher of research in Arabic, Contemporary Arab Affairs has the objective to publish and circulate authentic research and studies originally produced in Arabic by Arab researchers and intellectuals and make them available to a global international audience and with the aim of promoting constructive dialogue between Arabs and the West.

ISSN: 1755-0912         eISSN: 1755-0920

Published Quarterly – March, June, September, December

Editor-in-Chief: Ali E. Hillal Dessouki, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Cairo University, Egypt

Editor: Youssef Sawani, Professor of Politics & International Relations, University of Tripoli, Libya

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