The Observatoire du monde arabo-musulman et du Sahel (Observatoire of Arab-Muslim World and Sahel) aims to give an experts and researchers glances over interconnected and sometimes conflictual zones.
The Observatoire contributes to reinforce the knowledge of this complex area through an interdisciplinary approach mixing French and Foreigners policy analysts, strategy experts, economists, sociologists and anthropologists and the exchange with various administrations. Round-tables, seminars, are organized on a regular basis (with an Annual Conference) and notes and studies published.
We put the hinge on the fact that the Observatoire pursues a weekly survey on Arab social networks (published in French.)
The Return of the Iraqi State to the “Disputed Territories”, Arthur Quesnay, 26 novembre 2017
Morocco’s Regional Ambitions in Sub-Saharan Africa: Royal Diplomacy, Jean-Yves Moisseron (avec Jean-François Daguzan), 04 octobre 2017
Towards reforming the Burkinabé security system?, Ludovic Ouhonyioué KIBORA, Mamadou TRAORE, Niagalé BAGAYOKO, 26 septembre 2017
The Consequences of Hezbollah’s military intervention in Syria on the Lebanese Shia population and Relations with Israel, Joseph Daher, 26 septembre 2017
The Tribal Structure in Libya: Factor for fragmentation or cohesion?, Mohamed Ben Lamma, 20 septembre 2017
The 2018 presidential election in Mali, Adam Thiam, 19 septembre 2017
Lebanon: Political leadership confronted by Salafist ideology, Tine Gade, 20 juillet 2017
The Jordanian Muslim brotherhood movement: from pillar of monarchy to enemy of the state, Hana Jaber, 17 juillet 2017
Russia’s quest for influence in North Africa and the Middle East, Isabelle Facon, 11 avril 2017
Saudi Arabian uncertainties in Lebanon (January 2011 – January 2017), Ziad Majed, 16 février 2017