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Sectarian Re-Engineering of Syria’s Demography Followed by Cease-Fire

Sectarian Re-Engineering of Syria’s Demography Followed by Cease-Fire

The recent intensity of attacks by Assad forces and their backers in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah in Syria reveals what could be expected to follow soon. It is almost self-evident that we should expect a rise of international pressure ...

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Kuwait Answers the Question: Should Iran’s Containment Policy be Dropped after the Deal?

Kuwait Answers the Question: Should Iran’s Containment Policy be Dropped after the Deal?

The US strategy towards Iran prior to the nuclear deal was that of containment. No one tells us now what will replace this strategy. We only hear this barrage of simplification and flat arguments defending the deal and accusing its ...

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The Year of the Wall: The Story of Borders in the Middle East

The Year of the Wall: The Story of Borders in the Middle East

Late President Ronald Reagan’s timeless “Tear down the wall” is still stuck somewhere in the airwaves on its way to the Middle East. Everyone over there seems to be busy building walls on the borders somewhere. We certainly do not ...

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Natural Gas Supplies to Europe: Turkey’s Win-Win Choices

Natural Gas Supplies to Europe: Turkey’s Win-Win Choices

Five years from today, the question of what the Russians gained from Iran’s nuclear deal would have been fully answered. It is not clear yet if Moscow’s Turkish Stream, announced at the end of last year, would have been constructed. ...

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