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The intensification of Turkish military action against the self-proclaimed Islamic State and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party does not translate into establishing a safe zone in Syria. عربي
The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition movement and one of its oldest, is squeezed between an unprecedented crackdown from the security state and a young generation pushing for more assertive action against the regime of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Lebanese citizens feel helpless in a society in which corruption becomes the only means of survival.
After a generation of subordinating so much to the priority of the peace process, it seems that the point of negotiations might have been allowing a new round of negotiations.
Missing from the commentary on the agreement signed between the P5+1 and Iran is an assessment of the extent to which a nuclear deal with Iran had become possible, perhaps even inevitable for the United States, due to larger forces at bay.
The biggest problem with Obama’s argument that the deal is not “transformational” is that the argument is wrong.
Lost in all the rhetoric about America’s retreat from the Middle East will be one simple reality: Iraq, Syria, and the rest of this region are not America’s to lose or win—and it is dangerous, foolish, and conceited to believe otherwise.
Lower oil prices can be an opportunity for oil companies, as it shifts the bargaining power in their favor at the negotiating table with host governments.
The appointment of Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak as Yemeni Ambassador to the United States puts an end to a three-year vacuum in the Yemeni foreign service. But his new role as a diplomat raises many questions.
The immediate causes of Algeria’s Ghardaia conflict between ethnic Arabs and Berbers are more political, social, and economic in nature.
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