In the wake of the Turkish president’s referendum victory last month, the government is arresting and deporting Arab students.
American-style democracies won’t emerge in the Middle East, a political scientist says. In a new book, he predicts shared power agreements among communities, or “communitocracies.”
As the power struggles in Libya intensify, Libyan banks are literally without enough paper money, and the challenges Libyan students face increase.
The American University of Beirut’s City Debates conference reflects a growing conflict between city gentrification and citizens’ needs.
As the country’s conflict drags on, university buildings have been bombed, professors have lost their salaries and university students find their lectures empty.
Iranian universities are reaching out to the Arab world but are silent about their motives, creating suspicion in many quarters.
Jordanian universities restrain student movements by expelling their leaders.
The president’s executive order has provoked criticism from U.S. academics, but little debate in the Arab world.
Awarding symbolic doctorates to political rulers has a long and controversial history at Arab Universities.
Cairo University and Ain Shams University have stopped requiring applicants and students to list their religion on official forms.