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The Longest Night in Istanbul: Turkey after the 6-Hour Failed Coup

The Longest Night in Istanbul: Turkey after the 6-Hour Failed Coup

Just three weeks before the news of Turkey’s failed coup, Middle East Briefing warned that a military move against Erdoğan would not succeed. We explained the dynamics that make a successful coup inconceivable in a context free of a popular ...

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US-Russia Cooperation in Syria: Question Marks

US-Russia Cooperation in Syria: Question Marks

The leaked draft of the US-Russian deal on Syria raises many questions, and indeed exclamation marks, in our minds. But we need first to find the proper method to read the text. The text, like any in such circumstances, is ...

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Russia Braces for New Terror Wave

Russia Braces for New Terror Wave

As ISIL braces for further territorial losses in Syria and Iraq, and ongoing setbacks in Libya, the ability of both ISIL and al-Qaeda to carry out significant terrorist attacks against Russian and Western targets is seen as key to continuing ...

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The Terrorist Attack on Nice: Can a Radicalized Lone Wolf be detected?

The Terrorist Attack on Nice: Can a Radicalized Lone Wolf be detected?

The Nice, France attack of July 14 is yet another reminder, as if we need more, that the “artisanal” security approach can have only so much success. There is no way someone can invent a security sensor that whistles when ...

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