In a recent cabinet meeting in Tehran, President Rouhani stated "Trump is dead but the nuclear deal is still alive". From the Iranian perspective, the ball is now in the United States' court to mend r...Show More
This webinar will be the launch of Yezid Sayigh's latest report 'Praetorian Spearhead: The Role of the Military in the Evolution of Egypt’s State Capitalism 3.0' published under the LSE Middle East Ce...Show More
PLEASE NOTE: We apologise for any Arabic interference you may hear during the recording which was due to technical difficulties.
This webinar will be the launch of Professor Madawi Al-Rasheed's lates...Show More
This webinar was organised as part of the LSE Middle East Centre's 10th anniversary programme of online events.
For a decade, the LSE Middle East Centre has been committed to rigorous research of the...Show More
Across many developing countries, the delivery of basic social services is not universal, and often skewed along politicised identity cleavages. The Middle East and North Africa region is no exception...Show More
This webinar was organised with the Society for Algerian Studies.
In 1990, a year after the creation of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA), the then-King of Morocco, Hassan II, best summed up pan-Maghreb a...Show More
On this special episode of Instant Coffee as part of our 10-year anniversary celebrations, we spoke with renowned food writers Claudia Roden and Sami Zubaida reflecting on all things gastronomic in th...Show More
Held on 8 December 2020, this Kuwait Programme, LSE Middle East Centre event was a discussion about the 2020 parliamentary elections in Kuwait.
After Kuwaitis go to the polls on 5 December amidst the...Show More