Sahara Desert, Morocco
A list of resources from around the Web about unrest in the Arab world as selected by researchers and editors of The New York Times.
- Arab Spring: an Interactive Timeline of Middle East Protests
- The Guardian
- Eye on the Middle East and North Africa
- United States Institute of Peace
- Uprisings in the Arab World
- International Crisis Group
- Change in the Middle East and North Africa
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- "Countries at the Crossroads 2011"
- Freedom House, November 2011
- "Egypt in Transition"
- Congressional Research Service (via U.S. Dept. of State), Aug. 23, 2011
- Remarks by the President on the Middle East and North Africa
- The White House, May 19, 2011
- "Future Challenges for the Arab World: The Implications of Demographic and Economic Trends"
- Rand Corporation, May 18, 2011
- "The American Public and the Arab Awakening"
- Brookings Institution, April 20, 2011
- "Political Transition in Tunisia"
- Congressional Research Service (via FAS), Feb. 12, 2011
- "The Arab Awakening"
- The Brookings Institution (November 2011)
- "Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World"
- By Robin Wright (July 2011)
- "The New Arab Revolt: What Happened, What It Means, and What Comes Next"
- Council on Foreign Relations (May 2011)
- "One Year Later: Five Lessons from the Arab Revolts"
- The Brookings Institution, Dec. 20, 2011
- "Is the Arab Spring Bad for Women?"
- Foreign Policy, Dec. 20, 2011
- "After the Hope of the Arab Spring, the Chill of an Arab Winter"
- The Washington Post, Dec. 1, 2011
- Arab Public Opinion Poll
- The Brookings Institution, Nov. 21, 2011
- "The Syrian Problem"
- The New Yorker, May 30, 2011
- "After the Arab Spring"
- The Atlantic, March 28, 2011
- "In Tunisia, Act of One Fruit Vendor Unleashes Wave of Revolution through Arab World"
- The Washington Post, March 26, 2011
Museum of Marrakech, photo: vtveen
A list of Web sites about Morocco as selected by editors of The New York Times.
- Economic outlook for the most developed countries (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development)
- Statistical profiles of the least developed countries (U.N.)
- World Bank country brief
- Resources and trends (U.S. D.O.E.)
- Regional assessments (U.N.)
- Country profile (World Health Organization)
- Children's health (Unicef)
- Development indicators (World Bank)
- Natural disasters and relief efforts (ReliefWeb)
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
- Weather (World Meteorological Organization)
- Government statistics
- International postal codes
- Calling codes
- Country comparisons