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  • India in a Changing World

    India in a Changing World
    • May 19, 2010 —  Beirut

    In recent years, India has become a major actor in Asian and international politics. Its growing political and economic power allows New Delhi to exercise more influence outside its borders, and strengthen its role as a vital and key state to regional stability.

  • Managing Pluralism: Swiss Experiences and Implications for Lebanon

    Managing Pluralism: Swiss Experiences and Implications for Lebanon

    Switzerland and Lebanon are both complex multi-communal societies, and they both have a long history of trying to manage pluralism, sometimes with more success than others.

  • Previewing Egypt's Upcoming Elections

    Previewing Egypt's Upcoming Elections
    • May 03, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Opposition activity is heating up in Egypt as the country heads for parliamentary elections this fall and a presidential election in 2011. What ramifications will this activity have on the Egyptian political system?

  • The Prospect of Democratization in Morocco and the Islamist Response

    The Prospect of Democratization in Morocco and the Islamist Response
    • April 27, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Since the mid 1990s, Morocco has presented itself as a model of gradual and genuine democratization in the Middle East and North Africa. However, Moroccan democracy continues to face significant challenges, such as the need to include Islamist groups in the political process and strengthen political parties.

  • Iran's Economic Health and the Impact of Sanctions

    Iran's Economic Health and the Impact of Sanctions
    • April 27, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Despite Iran's vast energy reserves, widespread economic malaise has been the greatest source of popular discontent and the chief Achilles heel of the Islamic Republic.

  • The Middle East in Global Perspective

    The Middle East in Global Perspective

    The Middle East has long been a regional battlefield of competing interests among the great powers. In the current international environment, however, the United States, Russia, and, to a lesser extent, China share multiple mutual interests in the region.

  • Struggle for Democracy in the Middle East: Regional Politics and External Policies

    Struggle for Democracy in the Middle East: Regional Politics and External Policies
    • April 12, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Carnegie's Nathan Brown discusses the experiences of activists, political parties, religious groups, and governments in the Middle East and highlights the difficulties involved in bringing democracy to the region.

  • Armenia and Turkey: Bridging the Gap

    Armenia and Turkey: Bridging the Gap

    The rapprochement between Armenia and Turkey is in crisis. The protocols on normalization and recognition have not been ratified and a process of great historic and strategic importance is in danger of collapse.

  • Tribal Conflict and Resolution in Yemen

    Tribal Conflict and Resolution in Yemen
    • March 19, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    Since Yemen became a policy priority three months ago, there has been much discussion about the emergence of under-governed spaces in the country as host for Al-Qaeda. It is critical to understand how these alternatively governed areas function, deal with conflict, and how traditional methods of conflict resolution work.

  • After the Elections: A New Beginning for Iraq and the United States?

    After the Elections: A New Beginning for Iraq and the United States?
    • March 19, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    On March 7th, Iraqis went to the polls to vote in their second free parliamentary elections. The subsequent government formation process will have implications on the stability of Iraq and the U.S. effort to withdraw combat forces.

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