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Has the Camp David Summit Succeeded or Failed?

Has the Camp David Summit Succeeded or Failed?

Has the Camp David Summit succeeded or failed? This is a tough question because it depends on the definition of both success and failure. The two terms in turn depend on the nature of the current moment and what each ...

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Where the US Middle East Policy Went Wrong

Where the US Middle East Policy Went Wrong

The general picture of the Middle East now is that of a region that got tired of waiting for an assertive international role and an American leadership to help it cross a historical strait that obviously it cannot cross on ...

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Obama Faces Serious Remaining Challenges in P5+1 Deadline

Obama Faces Serious Remaining Challenges in P5+1 Deadline

Technical talks have resumed between American and Iranian negotiators, seeking to finalize a nuclear deal before the June 30 deadline.  President Obama considers a P5+1 agreement with Iran as a key part of his presidential legacy.  However, he is facing ...

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The Limits of Turkey’s Role in North Syria

The Limits of Turkey’s Role in North Syria

There has been a flare-up of speculations recently about Ankara’s role in Syria generally, and in the Northern part of that torn country in particular. The common element in all of these speculations was that there is a deal between ...

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