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The Concept of Helsinki Accords and the Search for a Strategy in Syria and Iraq

The Concept of Helsinki Accords and the Search for a Strategy in Syria and Iraq

The Concept of Helsinki Accords and the Search for a Strategy in Syria and Iraq The Middle East now is in many aspects reminiscent of the pre First World War Europe. The atmosphere is charged and waiting for just an ...

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The Shadow Prime Minister of Iraq

The Shadow Prime Minister of Iraq

The Speaker of Iraq’s Parliament Selim Al Jabouri heard some very encouraging commitment in Washington during his visit during the second week of June. Jabouri is emerging slowly as a moderate Iraqi Sunni leader, well connected to the Anbar tribes, ...

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Will Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Implode from Within?

Will Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Implode from Within?

The most probable answer to this question is: No. Yet, the almost 90 year old organization is suffering considerable internal cracks that should convince all observers to rephrase the question to become: What kind of a new organization will emerge ...

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East Mediterranean Natural Gas Resources: A potential Mine Field

East Mediterranean Natural Gas Resources: A potential Mine Field

It is difficult to predict how the natural gas discoveries in Eastern Mediterranean will impact an already complex regional inter-relation system. Signs of mounting tension around the offshore potential resources are not new. If this tension occurs in the current ...

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