The Wheel of Misfortune – Russia Takes Advantage of US Lethargy in North Africa – Jean R. AbiNader

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC November 20, 2017 Those who follow US policy in the Middle East and North Africa are increasingly concerned with a lack of a robust or consistent American presence in the region outside of support for Israel and mixed messages on Syria and Iraq. Arab governments initially were pleased that the Trump Administration took a high profile on pursuing a Middle East peace settlement, inserting itself into the ...

Good Economic News Across Multiple Sectors, While Government’s 2018 Budget Has Important Business-related Provisions – Jean R. AbiNader

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC November 17, 2017 As the fiscal year-end approaches, Morocco is registering strong growth across a number of sectors. In the film industry, the Financial Times reported that “Last year the country earned an estimated €33m from foreign film and television productions.” The country’s unique geography enables it to replicate almost any Middle East location, and its skilled technicians, business friendly permit system, and low prices continue to ...

Morocco and the United States Officially Launch “Initiative to Address Homegrown Terrorism”

Washington, DC, November 16, 2017 (MACP) – The United States and Morocco officially launched the “Initiative to Address Homegrown Terrorism” yesterday in Malta, convening over 70 government officials, law enforcement officers, and non-governmental representatives from 25 countries to “discuss trends and issues associated with homegrown terrorism, and highlight available tools and programs to address this threat.” Announced in September as part of the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) and in partnership ...

Good Economic News Across Multiple Sectors, While Government’s 2018 Budget Has Important Business-related Provisions – Jean R. AbiNader

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC November 16, 2017 As the fiscal year-end approaches, Morocco is registering strong growth across a number of sectors. In the film industry, the Financial Times reported that “Last year the country earned an estimated €33m from foreign film and television productions.” The country’s unique geography enables it to replicate almost any Middle East location, and its skilled technicians, business friendly permit system, and low prices continue to ...

Morocco looks to make history in its quest to qualify for the 2018 World Cup – Caitlin Dearing Scott

Caitlin Dearing Scott November 8, 2017 This Saturday is the big day for Morocco’s World Cup dreams as the Atlas Lions face off against Ivory Coast in Abidjan. Morocco comes into the match at the top of the Group C table – just one point above the Ivory Coast. In order to qualify for the World Cup, the Lions will need to win or draw. It has already been a ...
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