Hannah Wallace

Researcher/writer

Where do Lebanese Christians stand on Hezbollah?

At present, Lebanon remains one of a few safe havens in the Middle East for Christians, who make up an …

Did ISIS “hijack” the Arab Spring?

Across the Middle East, ISIS emerged out of the ashes of failed aspirations. The Arab Spring promised so much and, …

Should the international community welcome Saif al-Islam’s political comeback?

It was announced at the end of 2017 that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the former Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi, is …

Could the GCC replace the EU as a British trade partner?

With the clock ticking towards Brexit, the UK government is under pressure to spell out its vision for future trade …

Mubarak and Sisi: two sides of the same coin?

More than a million Egyptians took to the streets in the 2011 revolution to protest against autocratic governance, poverty, unemployment and …

Egypt’s political prisoners: who they are and why they should be released

In October 2017, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi claimed in an interview with France 24 that ‘there are no political …

How Morocco is helping counter terrorism in Europe

Moroccan intelligence services are playing a central role in Europe’s efforts to counter ISIS terrorism. Despite a sharp increase in the number …