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The Middle East: Now, Where to Go?

The Middle East: Now, Where to Go?

In 1945, President Franklin Roosevelt reached a historic deal with the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia King Abdul Aziz ibn Saud. The deal shaped the US role in the Middle East as much as it shaped the region ...

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Saudi Arabia: Tough Choices Ahead

Saudi Arabia: Tough Choices Ahead

The Iran deal, as judged by President Obama, is important to the US. But it represents a substantial challenge to the Saudis. It strengthens a country that is perceived by Riyadh as a source of an imminent threat to Saudi ...

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Did the Countdown to a Political Solution in Syria Start Already?

Did the Countdown to a Political Solution in Syria Start Already?

Signs of a slowly emerging solution of Syria’s crisis are detected simultaneously in a number of developments on the ground. The opposed parties seem to be taking step in sync with a plan that has a clear objective. Until recently, ...

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Between ISIL and the Kurds: Where Will Erdogan Go

Between ISIL and the Kurds: Where Will Erdogan Go

The explosion of July 20 outside of the Amara Cultural Center in the Turkish town of Suruc marks a turning point in ISIL-Turkish relations. The suicide attack killed 31 youth, mostly Kurds, gathering in the beginning of their journey to ...

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