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Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Difficult Birth of a New Regional Order

Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Difficult Birth of a New Regional Order

Strategists specialized in the Middle East in relevant capitals around the globe are grappling with the turbulent events of the last three years and how to establish new strategies based on understanding the underlying dynamics of the region. The most ...

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More Details about Obama and King Abdullah Meeting

More Details about Obama and King Abdullah Meeting

  The face-to-face meeting between President Barack Obama and King Abdullah failed to bridge any of the serious differences between Washington and Riyadh.  On the three major topics of discussion during the frank discussion, there remained sharp differences on all ...

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How Long Will Al Sissi Remain in Power (2)?

How Long Will Al Sissi Remain in Power (2)?

  As MEB reported last week, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is in the middle of negotiations with certain Egyptian liberal groups in an attempt to forge a larger coalition against Marshal Abdel Fatah Al Sissi, the next president of Egypt. There are two ...

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Desperate “Free Pollard” Gamble Loses—For Now

Desperate “Free Pollard” Gamble Loses—For Now

Last week, as the deadline for completing the Israel-Palestine peace talks neared, President Obama agreed to make a major concession to Israel:  the release of Jonathan Jay Pollard, the self-confessed Israeli spy who was sentenced to life in prison in ...

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