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Kerry-Lavrov in the Gulf: The Countdown for Syria’s Endgame is on

Kerry-Lavrov in the Gulf: The Countdown for Syria’s Endgame is on

What could be concluded from Secretary of State John Kerry’s and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recent visit to the Gulf region is that the US decided to abandon its narrow approach of “ISIL First” and adopt instead a wider policy ...

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The Non-Existent “Sunni Front”

The Non-Existent “Sunni Front”

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Muhamad ben Salman met with Egypt’s President Abdel Fatah Al Sissi late last month in another important step by the Saudi young Prince to slow the departure of the two countries away from each other. After ...

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What to Do With Jabhat Al Nusra?

What to Do With Jabhat Al Nusra?

It is now that the main Syrian opposition groups in North Syria should commit to a clear definition of the future Syria. This issue transcends the objective of defeating ISIL in Syria. It simply reduces the possibility of the reemergence ...

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Iraq’s Popular Protests: When Mother Nature Plays Politics

Iraq’s Popular Protests: When Mother Nature Plays Politics

Political account settling in Iraq recruited recently no less than Mother Nature in the stupidly narrow fight for power and in the not stupidly, yet still narrow, regional agenda. Temperatures in Iraq reached stunning heights. Days with 122 F were ...

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