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Can the Oil Market Help Bring About a Saudi-Iranian Compromise?

Can the Oil Market Help Bring About a Saudi-Iranian Compromise?

The rift between Saudi Arabia and Iran is one of the most significant challenges to global diplomacy in decades. It is a multi-dimensional conflict, and though it has its historical roots, its current flare defies any single-sided explanation. However, more ...

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After the SCO Summit and the Putin-Xi Jinping Meeting: Russia Confronts Economic Opportunities and Pitfalls

After the SCO Summit and the Putin-Xi Jinping Meeting: Russia Confronts Economic Opportunities and Pitfalls

Russian President Vladimir Putin completed his fourth state visit to China last weekend, following the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Tashkent. At the conclusion of his visit, the two countries announced that 56 economic deals had been signed, totaling $50 ...

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An Agenda for NATO in the Middle East

An Agenda for NATO in the Middle East

The current chaos in the rapidly transforming Middle East will not be over soon. Tectonic ruptures could be seen everywhere in the region. The painful birth of a yet-to-be-determined new regional order has its promises and risks. While no one ...

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Russia and the US Change their Policies on Syria

Russia and the US Change their Policies on Syria

For those who follow the Russian and US policies on Syria, it is obvious that the failure of the Geneva process and of the diplomatic approach, at least for now, led both countries to respond with differing approaches. As recently ...

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