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`New Cold War’ Begins to Alter the Middle East Balance

`New Cold War’ Begins to Alter the Middle East Balance

The ongoing crisis in Ukraine has created the conditions for a “New Cold War,” pitting the United States and NATO against Russia and an emerging Asian alliance.  While the battles still going on in eastern Ukraine between Kiev-allied paramilitary battalions ...

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GCC-Egypt Relations: The Impact on the Muslim Brotherhood

GCC-Egypt Relations: The Impact on the Muslim Brotherhood

Recent developments in the two spheres: GCC-Egypt relations, and the parallel impact of any changes in this relation within the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), merit a pause. The interaction between both may be the prelude to a different ...

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Fidan Resigns as Turkish MIT Head; What Next for Turkey’s Intelligence Czar

Fidan Resigns as Turkish MIT Head; What Next for Turkey’s Intelligence Czar

Hakan Fidan, the head of Turkey’s powerful intelligence service MIT, resigned on February 7, just three days before the deadline for him to file to run in the June 7 national parliamentary elections.  Known as a trusted ally and clandestine ...

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From Aleppo to Dara’a: Redrawing the Syrian Killing Fields

From Aleppo to Dara’a: Redrawing the Syrian Killing Fields

Two spots on the map of Syria’s war should attract careful attention due to the high level of their significance in the current situation. The first is the area around Dara’a; the second is the battle for Aleppo.   In ...

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