Betty Chemier

Betty Chemier is a Researcher and Communications Director at Ethnographic Edge. She is also a graduate student at Pukyong National University focusing on the impact of media on territorial disputes. Chemier holds a BA in Communications from USMA, University of Panama.

The PJD in Morocco: Strengths and Weaknesses

September 05, 2014

The Justice and Development Party’s weakness is a penchant for making promises that are very difficult to deliver upon. At the beginning of August, the picture of Mr. and Mrs. Obama with Morocco’s Prime Minister Abdellilah Benkirane and his wife in the White House toured the web and trended on...

Tanger Med: Renault’s Investment in Morocco

July 06, 2014

Amid migrant issues, Renault’s investment in Tangier will benefit the company as well as the Moroccan economy. According to the United Nations World Investment Report, Morocco is the top recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) in North Africa, with France as the leading contributor. Morocco has become a coveted investment destination in...