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Obama Administration Moves Cautiously Ahead on Geneva-3

Obama Administration Moves Cautiously Ahead on Geneva-3

Following the Oct. 23 four-way talks in Vienna, Austria between the foreign ministers of Russia, the United States, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, the Obama Administration is moving cautiously forward on the creation of a platform for talks to end the ...

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Assad as a Bargaining Chip

Assad as a Bargaining Chip

The Russian movie in Syria had one star: Time. And the role of this star was a difficult one. Time was a good guy to a certain point after which it would turn into an increasingly bad guy. The producer, ...

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Iran’s Continuing Missteps Jeopardize Geneva-3 Chances

Iran’s Continuing Missteps Jeopardize Geneva-3 Chances

Iran watchers took note on Oct. 22 that when Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the annual Valdai Club forum in the Black Sea resort Sochi, a top Iranian official was seated on the podium.  It was not Iranian Foreign Minister ...

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The Need for a New Iran Containment Policy

The Need for a New Iran Containment Policy

Following the debate in Tehran about the regional crisis, we find out that the favorable game of balancing different and opposed blocks is currently the one most important factor that shapes Tehran’s regional policy. The powerful faction of the “arm ...

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