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What to Expect from the Arabs after the Iran Nuclear Deal

What to Expect from the Arabs after the Iran Nuclear Deal

President Obama has invited the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states to meet at Camp David sometime this spring in talks that will most probably focus on reiterating the US security commitments to the region and discussing the ...

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How Washington Responded: Obama Launches Domestic Defense of P5+1 Deal

How Washington Responded: Obama Launches Domestic Defense of P5+1 Deal

Not 24 hours after the announced agreement between Iran and the P5+1, White House polls showed that between 60-65 percent of the American people were in favor of the deal.  President Barack Obama staged a lengthy press briefing to spell ...

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Saudi-Egyptian Relations: A Widening Gap?

Saudi-Egyptian Relations: A Widening Gap?

The formation of a unified Arab military force capable of intervening in regional crises is facing some difficulties that threaten this idea with being shelved altogether. According to Egyptian official statements, the project is in the process of planning and ...

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After Riyadh, Erdogan Goes to Tehran: Turkey’s Regional Dilemma

After Riyadh, Erdogan Goes to Tehran: Turkey’s Regional Dilemma

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to chart a middle course between his country’s ties to Iran and his renewed relations with Saudi Arabia. Erdogan’s project seems to be simple and direct: open new economic opportunities with a post-sanctions ...

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