Books and Reports
Dr. Jon Alterman, Natasha Hall, and Will Todman examine the power, water, and sanitation sectors in Jordan, Lebanon, and Tunisia and explore how environmentally sustainable public utilities could help bridge the trust deficit between citizens and their governments.
Report by Jon B. Alterman , Natasha Hall , and Will Todman — May 18, 2021
Report by Natasha Hall — February 14, 2022
Report by Jon B. Alterman — December 2, 2019
Podcast Series by Jon B. Alterman
Middle East Notes and Comment
Dr. Jon B. Alterman calls attention to a transition in the Middle East that receives little attention, and how the United States can help regional states approach the looming changes to the benefit of U.S. strategic interests.
Commentary by Jon B. Alterman — July 21, 2022
Commentary by Jon B. Alterman — June 23, 2022
Commentary by Jon B. Alterman — May 12, 2022
Mezze: Assorted Stories from the Middle East
Egypt's fish farmers are struggling for various reasons, but farmers say the real culprit lies beneath the surface: they are competing against the Egyptian military, which has become one of the largest players in the industry.
Newsletter by Caleb Harper — October 19, 2022