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Opinion- Issue 1 Vol 1- The Fog in Foggy Bottom

Few in Washington defend Barack Obama’s strategy in the Middle East over the last 5 years. Often, what is heard is criticism of the “lack” of any coherent strategy. This criticism has been directed at almost every president in the ...

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Could Iraq Become A Potential Proxy Battleground Between Saudi Arabia And The US?

Could Iraq Become A Potential Proxy Battleground Between Saudi Arabia And The US?

The Oct 30th visit of Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki may prove to be a turning point in the US-Iraqi relations.  Since Washington withdrew its forces from Iraq in 2011, the U.S. has chosen to be a mere spectator ...

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Obama Open To `Global Deal’ With Iran

Obama Open To `Global Deal’ With Iran

Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman, who is the chief Obama Administration negotiator with Iran, has recently written a confidential policy memorandum suggesting that a “global deal” covering a wide range of issues may be possible in ...

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The Other Side Of The Nuclear Equation In The Middle East

The Other Side Of The Nuclear Equation In The Middle East

  While global attention is focused on the P5+1 and IAEA talks with Iran over its nuclear power program and the danger of the Islamic Republic obtaining a nuclear bomb, elsewhere in the region, a far different nuclear policy is ...

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