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Rising Crisis In Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood

Rising Crisis In Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood

The “Arab Spring” was viewed in the debate that shaped Western strategies in the Middle East almost three years ago as launching the ascendance of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB). However, with the current free fall of the organization, it is ...

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A Revolution In Sudan? Not Yet

A Revolution In Sudan? Not Yet

Protests that erupted throughout Sudan during the last week of September have raised the question of whether Sudan will join the “Arab Spring” camp in the next few months. But MEB’s assessment is that what happened in several cities in ...

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China’s New Silk Road And Syria

China’s New Silk Road And Syria

As part of a new Obama Administration foreign policy of “major countries engagement,” Washington has initiated secret talks with China covering Afghanistan and Syria. China is already the largest foreign investor in Afghanistan, having put up $1.4 billion to buy ...

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Opinion (Issue Zero-B)

Is It Really Possible To De-Chemicalize Bashar Al Assad?   To answer this question, the calculations of the Syrian president in his prompt acceptance of the US-Russian agreement must be viewed from the standpoint of the historical “raison d’etre” of Syria’s ...

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