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Turkey has figured in a recent case where nonproliferation interests and perceived strategic interests collided.
Europe needs a more concerted effort to tackle the interlinked challenges of radicalization and Islamophobia. Embracing Turkey’s European dream may be part of the solution.
Doubts have been raised and criticisms continue to be made concerning Lebanon’s choice of upstream petroleum fiscal terms and strategies to award oil and gas licenses.
The Houthis and al-Qaeda are currently benefiting from the chaos in Yemen. But the separation of the country will pit them against one another directly, and this can only mean prolonged civil war in Yemen. عربي
Regional conflicts exacerbate the animosity and mistrust between Iran and Saudi Arabia, which in turn exacerbate the regional conflicts.
Conspiracy theories about the Charlie Hebdo attacks have come to the fore in France, blaming the secret service, Mossad, and the United States.
Ten years after the death of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, the Sunni leadership vacuum in Lebanon has yet to be filled. عربي
The Islamic State will only be ousted from Iraq’s second largest city if Sunni tribal forces join the fight. That will require rebuilding their trust in Baghdad. عربي
The value of hostages to the Islamic State depends on the potential for their execution to be exploited. عربي
To avoid losing brigades to extremist rebel groups, the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood must clarify their ideological stance toward a range of issues and disassociate themselves more clearly from extremist groups.
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