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Fanack launched chronicle.fanack.com, the Chronicle of the Middle East & North Africa, in September 2011. The website, which provides analysis and fact-based information about the region, grew rapidly in breadth and depth and today forms a rich and valuable source of information on 20 countries, from Morocco to Oman and from Iran to Yemen.
Fanack Water provides accessible, well-researched information on the state of water resources in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region through peer-reviewed country files and special reports, as well as interviews and opinion pieces on latest developments in the water sector of each MENA country.
The Middle East is in a deep crisis and there is no easy way out. The region is facing a breakdown of power structures and continuous escalation of violence. Meanwhile, the international community remains divided. Where do we go from here and how can we understand the current situation better? This was the theme of an event organized by Fanack Chronicle for the Middle East and North-Africa and hosted by The Hague Institute for Global Justice on 26 May 2015.
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