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Iraq Will Not Be Won Without Winning Syria

Iraq Will Not Be Won Without Winning Syria

It was good to hear the French President Francois Hollande expressing his regret that France did not interfere earlier—that is, in the summer 2013—to support the moderate opposition in Syria and reduce the lethal force of Bashar Al Assad. It ...

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Will Zarif Document Revive Stalled P5+1 Talks?

Will Zarif Document Revive Stalled P5+1 Talks?

As the formal P5+1 negotiations with Iran are set to resume in Geneva on January 18th, US officials are busy evaluating a document presented by Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif to US Secretary of State John Kerry in two days ...

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A Glance into the Internal Debate in the Muslim Brotherhood

A Glance into the Internal Debate in the Muslim Brotherhood

The intense and heated internal debate within the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and the elections of a new leadership for the Syrian branch of the organization may usher in a new phase in the evolution of this 90-year-old group. It ...

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Turkey’s Dangerous Game with China

Turkey’s Dangerous Game with China

The announcement last week in Shanghai, China that ten Turkish citizens had been detained after being caught selling forged passports to Uighurs attempting to leave the country and travel to Syria, has put a fresh spotlight on the emerging presence ...

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