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Saudi, Israeli and French Anxiety over U.S.-Iran Rapprochement

11.18.13
  • The Assassination of Yasser Arafat

    11.16.13
  • Syrian War Spilling into Lebanon

    10.30.13
  • Torpedoing the U.S.-Iran Nuclear Talks

  • In Kurdish Syria, a Different War

    09.06.13
  • A Dangerous Game: Israel, Syria and U.S. Air Strikes

  • Post-Benghazi, U.S. Embassies are Still Vulnerable

    08.06.13
  • Resettlement: Solution to the Syrian Refugee Crisis?

    07.01.13
  • Morsi Plays the Sectarian Card

    06.25.13
  • Syria and the Monarchs: A Perfect Storm

    06.25.13
  • Syria: The World’s Next Genocide

    02.21.13
  • Israel and Syria: Behind the Bombs

    02.18.13
  • Turkish Foreign Policy: No Longer Neutral, Far From a Leader

    01.29.13
  • 2012 “Are You Serious?” Awards

    12.30.12
  • U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East: The Next Four Years

    11.11.12
  • What the Middle East will Look Like if Iran is Attacked

  • Can a Nuclear Armed Iran Be Contained?

  • A Muscular Policy in Syria Will Fail

  • Syria and the Dogs of War

    09.28.12
  • Post-Assad Syria: A Region in Turmoil

  • Iran Sanctions: War by Other Means

    07.14.12
  • An Unlikely Peace: Iran’s Quest for Nuclear Weapons is Likely to Lead to War

    04.21.12
  • Profiting from Patience: Why Israel Should Not Act Unilaterally Against Iran

    04.16.12
  • Revolution on a Laptop: YouTube Journeys through the Arab Spring

    04.12.12
  • Grasping the Syrian Quagmire

    03.07.12
  • Syria: A Way Out

    03.03.12
  • Now is Not the Time for Intervention in Syria

    02.20.12
  • Hezbollah’s Missiles: A Brilliant Madness?

  • Iran Attack on the U.S. Unlikely

    02.01.12
  • From an Arab to a Shiite Spring

  • Arab Spring, Israeli Isolation

  • Australia’s Cluster Bomb Conundrum

    09.11.11
  • The Upcoming Palestinian Vote

    09.02.11
  • Samir Geagea, the Last Relic of a Dirty War

  • Hariri Indictments: The View from South Beirut