Gaps in the international coalition’s approach as well as deep sectarian divisions in Iraq and the shifting strategies of the Syrian regime and its allies are allowing the Islamic State to continue to exist and expand. | عربي
Any changes to the map of Syria’s conflict in the rest of 2015 will almost certainly occur in its “shatterbelt:” those areas caught between the regime, armed opposition, and self-proclaimed Islamic State. | عربي
Libya and Yemen will not reemerge as sovereign states without resolving fundamental struggles over the purpose and form of their security sectors.
Tunisia may be the exemplar for democratic transition in the Arab world. But if longstanding grievances continue to go unaddressed, worsening societal fractures will derail the country's fragile political transition. | عربي
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