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A Grand Bargain in the Middle East Should Start after Iran’s Deal

A Grand Bargain in the Middle East Should Start after Iran’s Deal

The assumption that there are secret negotiations focusing on regional arrangements between the U.S. administration and Iran has widely circulated in relevant Middle East capitals in the last few months and caused tension in relations between the Gulf Cooperation Council ...

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Egypt’s Future: There is no Turning Back Now

Egypt’s Future:  There is no Turning Back Now

Touring the streets of Cairo and trying to grasp the main lines of popular sentiment towards what is happening there now presents one with a really challenging picture. It is challenging not only because of the sharp divisions and polarization ...

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IAEA Inspections A Critical Test for Iran Nuclear Negotiations

IAEA Inspections A Critical Test for Iran Nuclear Negotiations

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei continues to give his critical support to the country’s nuclear negotiators, going into a crucial phase of talks with both the P5+1 and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). This week, IAEA inspectors visited ...

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Peres Blows the Whistle on Netanyahu-Blair Peace Sabotage

Peres Blows the Whistle on Netanyahu-Blair Peace Sabotage

In a May 6 interview with Israel TV, President Shimon Peres revealed that in 2011, he had negotiated a final two-state solution deal with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, but that after the deal was concluded, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ...

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