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The Argument against a Kerry-Lavrov Deal on Syria

The Argument against a Kerry-Lavrov Deal on Syria

It is not yet clear, at time of writing, if the US and Russia will indeed reach an agreement on Syria. Either way, we have to step back and take time to reflect not only on the chances of success ...

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Future US Middle East Strategy and the Arab-Iranian Conflict

Future US Middle East Strategy and the Arab-Iranian Conflict

It is tantamount to reinventing the wheel to state that the world order is going through a transformation. It has always been transforming, either latently or phenomenally. We only see it now because cumulative unseen changes have now reached the ...

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How Will the Muslim Brotherhood Fare in Jordan’s Next Elections?

How Will the Muslim Brotherhood Fare in Jordan’s Next Elections?

On September 20, Jordanian voters will go to election centers to choose their representatives in the 130-seat Lower House of the Parliament. The leading bloc among the Islamists running for election is the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), which has been relatively ...

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Next US President Will Up the Ante against ISIL—But How?

Next US President Will Up the Ante against ISIL—But How?

When Turkey’s President ordered armed forces to cross into northern Syria with the tacit approval of Washington and Moscow, he was looking one step ahead of the Obama Administration’s waffling approach to the war on the Islamic State (ISIL) and ...

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