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Abadi Versus Suleimani: Who Will Go First?

Abadi Versus Suleimani: Who Will Go First?

It is amazing how IRGC General Qasem Suleimani is losing his touch in Iraq. Three incidents happened recently shows the extent to which the influence of the Quds Brigades General has diminished. Two of them witnessed direct clashes with Iraqi ...

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King Salman in Washington: New Security Arrangement for the Gulf and Questions for the Rest

King Salman in Washington: New Security Arrangement for the Gulf and Questions for the Rest

King Salman’s visit to Washington is a sign that US-Saudi relations are indeed recovering from a long period of tension. But while the visit is expected to be the launching point of a new security arrangement for the Gulf region, ...

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Libya: What Should We Expect After the UN Negotiations?

Libya: What Should We Expect After the UN Negotiations?

We are all waiting the announcement of the UN envoy Bernardino Leon assigned to sponsor talks between the eastern Libyan government in Tobruk and the western government in Tripoli. In his August 25 briefing to the Security Council, Mr. Leon ...

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Could Resurrecting a Neo-Arab Nationalism Defeat Jihadist Extremism?

Could Resurrecting a Neo-Arab Nationalism Defeat Jihadist Extremism?

A debate is currently going on in academic circles interested in Middle East affairs in the West and in the region about the question of identity. The main point of discussion is the region’s defense mechanisms against extremism. Almost all ...

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