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Opinion (Issue Zero-E) High Time To Restart U.S.-Saudi Dialogue

High Time To Restart U.S.-Saudi Dialogue: The Saudis’ concept of their security is naturally regional in essence, and this involves many intersections where the US and Saudi strategic and tactical lines cross. Neither country can afford to downplay the importance ...

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Washington Courts Baghdad With $14 Billion In New Arms Sales

Washington Courts Baghdad With $14 Billion In New Arms Sales

Since July, the Pentagon has sent authorization requests to the U.S. Congress for $14 billion in sales of military equipment to Iraq.  The U.S. Arms Export Control Act requires the U.S. President to alert Congress at least 30 days before ...

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A New Muslim Brotherhood International Rising

A New Muslim Brotherhood International Rising

The role of the International Muslim Brotherhood (IMB) may be shifting to become the center of the movement’s sphere in the post-Mohammed Morsi era.  The arrests of most of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood leaders not only created total organizational chaos in ...

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Ali Saleh’s Political Return to Sana’a

Ali Saleh’s Political Return to Sana’a

While the Yemeni national dialogue is coming to its conclusion, the main benefit achieved from this encouraging development may not necessarily be reaching a national reconciliation.  Rather, it could serve to reveal to each participant the real positions of all ...

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