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Washington, Moscow, Tehran and Riyadh: The Coming Conflict over the Middle East

Washington, Moscow, Tehran and Riyadh: The Coming Conflict over the Middle East

There are, at the present moment, four game plans colliding with each other in a terrain filled with hidden mines. The sum of the collusion will be totally different than the objectives of each of the players. Worst, no one ...

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How to Shield the Middle East from the Strategic Zigzag in Washington

How to Shield the Middle East from the Strategic Zigzag in Washington

Nostalgia should not be allowed to turn into a strategy. Isolationism is impossible and the echoes of the fiery speeches of Charles Lindbergh and the pamphlets of America First of the 30’s will sound ridiculous if returned from the past ...

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Libya’s Slow Crawl to `Normal’ Continues

Libya’s Slow Crawl to `Normal’ Continues

On July 11, the Prime Minister-designate of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez Serraj, moved from the Bu Sitta naval base into the official ministry building in Tripoli.  After 103 days at the secured naval facility, the move ...

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When the Muslim Brothers Lie: Qaradawi as an Example of the “Thinkers” of Political Islam

When the Muslim Brothers Lie: Qaradawi as an Example of the “Thinkers” of Political Islam

A debate is going on in Washington and elsewhere on the issue of contemporary political Islam. The debate, organized by the Brookings Institute, is timely and helpful. Yet, some important facts seem to have been missed in the in-depth-approach of ...

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