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Give Hamas a Seat at the Table

  • Reckless Optimism: 7 Common Arguments for Bombing Syria and the Reasons Why They’re Wrong.

  • A Greater NATO Role in Syria

  • Can Trump And Erdogan Agree to Disagree on Syria’s Kurds?

  • Why Bahrain Prefers Trump over Obama

  • What does Russia want from Donald Trump?

  • Trump’s Middle East Policy

  • Trump Administration Places New Sanctions on Iran: Playing with Fire?

  • Wanted: A New Chapter in U.S.-Sudan Relations

  • Trump’s Immigration Policies will Pick up where Obama’s Left Off

  • What’s in Store for Syria After Aleppo Falls? Russia and Iran Will Decide

  • Trump and the Virtues of Israeli Caution

  • The Fight To Frame The Iran Deal

  • Civil Unrest in the United States, Stability in Russia

  • Fugue of Civilian Death in Iraqi, Syrian ISIS Combat

  • Is the U.S. Military Strategy Doing More Harm or Good in the Middle East?

  • Obama in the Gulf: Opportunity in Troubled Relations

  • Obama’s So-Called Doctrine

  • The Syrian Dilemma

  • Will Obama’s Pivot to Asia Survive Beyond 2016?

  • Why ISIS Exists: The Double Game

  • Syria: Lessons from Lebanon’s Civil War

  • The Almost Indomitable Islamic State

  • Toward A New Foreign Policy

  • Backing the Wrong Horse in Iraq

  • Re-Balancing the ‘Pivot’: New Multilateral Approach to Asia

  • Lies, Lies, and The Death of Bin Laden

  • Yemen Re-Draws Middle East Alliances

  • The Case for Castro: Why the Embargo Needs to End in 2015

  • Why the Saudis are Fighting in Yemen

  • America is Being Hit on the Head by BRICS

  • Off the Terrorist List: Cuba, Obama and the U.S. State Department

  • Yemen: Time to Talk?

  • Yemen: The Regions Newest War

  • Yemen and the Collapse of the Obama Doctrine

  • China Not Impressed with Obama’s Asia Pivot

  • Doing the Nuclear Dance: The Iran Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

  • Bibi Should Take the Deal

  • Iran Nuclear Deal: The Public Opinion Hurdles Ahead

  • What Iran Nuclear Framework Deal Could Mean for the Region – and the World