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Doha Seems to be Closer to Washington than 10 Months Ago

04.23.18
  • Saudi Engagement in Iraq: The Exception that Confirms the Rule?

    04.22.18
  • Is War Between Israel and Iran Inevitable?

  • New Alliance Could Re-shape Middle East

    04.20.18
  • Blind Assault: Trump Strikes Syria

  • Iran Developing Houthis as its Long-Term Asset

    04.13.18
  • Israel In Uncharted Syrian Waters

  • Remembering Syria: Iran Struggles with Potentially Explosive Environmental Crisis

    04.10.18
  • Will Killing the Iran Deal Destroy the Iran-India Economic Honeymoon?

  • Anticipated Harder U.S. Policy Towards Iran Magnifies Iranian Arab Protest

    04.01.18
  • Iran’s Problems are Largely of its own Making

  • Liberals are Trump’s Best Friends

  • With Pompeo as new Secretary of State, Saudi Arabia and Israel will likely Increase Demands to Dismantle Iranian Nuclear Deal

  • The Middle East’s Nuclear Technology Clock Starts Ticking

    03.04.18
  • Political Tensions Mean Sanctions; Sanctions Mean Suffering

  • Expanding Regional Rivalries: Saudi Arabia and Iran battle it out in Azerbaijan

    02.19.18
  • Double-Edged Sword: Opinion Poll shows Trump’s Iran Policy Risks

    02.05.18
  • In Iran, the Status Quo can’t be Sustained

    02.01.18
  • Playing Iran

    01.30.18
  • How Regional Rivalries Threaten to Fuel the Fire in Syria and Iran

    01.30.18
  • The Iran Invasion: Manufacturing Consent

  • Iran: Protests and Threat of Renewed Sanctions Focus Economic Thinking

    01.24.18
  • Will Iraq Realign Toward Saudi Arabia in 2018?

    01.15.18
  • Covert Wars: Iran and Saudi Arabia Revisit their Strategies

    01.07.18
  • Why are Iranians Chanting “Reza Shah”?

  • Iranian Protests Raise Tricky Questions for U.S. and Saudi Policymakers

    01.02.18
  • Betting on the Wrong Horse? U.S. and Iranian Hardliners Spin Anti-Government Protests

    12.31.17
  • Trading Jerusalem for Iran

    12.17.17
  • On Recent Saudi Reforms. A Conversation with Daniel Pipes

  • The Rule of Law vs. Politics: The Case of Yazd, Iran

  • Iraq is a Client State of Iran

    11.09.17
  • The Middle East: It will Only Get Worse

    11.07.17
  • UN Envoy Slams Iran

    11.01.17
  • Racism, Hypocrisy and Iran’s “Resistance” Regime

    10.22.17
  • Kurdish Battle Positions Kurds as U.S. Ally Against Iran

    10.19.17
  • Trump’s Iran Deal

  • Javad Zarif’s “Sophisticated” Plan to Influence American Voters and Policy Makers

    10.14.17
  • Lebanese Politician: Greatest Threat Facing Lebanon is Iran and Syria

  • Shaping Eurasia’s Future: Unintended Consequences of Abrogating Iran’s Nuclear Deal

    09.26.17
  • Kremlin’s Karabakh Gambit