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Washington Insists, No `Grand Bargain’ Talks with Iran

Washington Insists, No `Grand Bargain’ Talks with Iran

While there have repeatedly been detailed reports from the Gulf region about back-channel discussions of a “global bargain” under negotiation with Iran and Saudi Arabia, a highly placed Washington source close to the Obama Administration has told MEB that there ...

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Saudis Skeptical about Regional Detente

Saudis Skeptical about Regional Detente

There are two issues that are pressing on the story of regional détente in the Middle East. The first, common in the Gulf, is that Washington is working on a bilateral regional “Grand Bargain” with Iran. Obviously, this is not ...

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How Long Will Al Sissi Remain in Power? (3)

How Long Will Al Sissi Remain in Power? (3)

Sheikh Youssuf Al Qaradawi, a prominent Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Egyptian cleric living in Qatar, was said to have been told by Qatari authorities not to give any public statement of any kind.  So, for the past six consecutive weeks, Al ...

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Moscow and Amman Deepen Ties on Economic, Security Issues

Moscow and Amman Deepen Ties on Economic, Security Issues

King Abdullah II of Jordan held high-level consultations with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow last week, and the two countries are deepening their economic and security cooperation.  According to Russian and Middle East reports of the lengthy and cordial ...

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