A Fatah-Hamas Agreement in the Shadow of Egypt
Leïla Seurat, Mohamed Younis, 17 October
Does the rapprochement between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority, drafted under the watchful eye of Egypt, have a better chance of uniting the Palestinian people than the previous attempts? This time, many factors militate in favor of a compromise, but there are still pitfalls ahead.
After the Defeat, The Arab Left on the Offensive
June 1967, an Endless Six-Day War
Nicolas Dot-Pouillard, 29 August
The defeat of the Arab armies in June 1967 did not immediately lead to the rise of the Islamist movements. During a brief period, the left filled the political void. In November, the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen (South Yemen) came into existence, led by the National Liberation Front (...)