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Two Views: Is the United States Winning or Losing in the Middle East?

Two Views: Is the United States Winning or Losing in the Middle East?

As the new US Congress arrives in Washington to be sworn in on January 6, major issues of war and peace remain unsettled. Under the budget act passed by the departing Congress in late December, 75 percent of the $1.6 ...

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Will Moscow’s Syrian Effort Succeed?

Will Moscow’s Syrian Effort Succeed?

Russian diplomacy is trying its luck at finding a political settlement to the Syrian crisis, but the pitfalls are both complex and manifold and require careful consideration. Russia has invited 28 Syrian opposition figures to Moscow for talks later this ...

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Ousting Netanyahu: New Alliances All Have the Same Goal

Ousting Netanyahu: New Alliances All Have the Same Goal

Over the course of the next several weeks, a series of new political alliances will be finalized in preparation for the March 17 Israeli elections. Expatriate Israelis, members of the Israeli intelligence and military establishment, former Likud members, and left ...

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Why Egypt’s General Intelligence Chief Was Ousted

Why Egypt’s General Intelligence Chief Was Ousted

A year and half has already gone by since the huge demonstrations of Egyptians opposed to former President Mohamed Morsi were followed by a military takeover of power, that then led to Abdel Fatah Al Sissi becoming president a little ...

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