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Macron Is No T. E. Lawrence, but It Is Still the Arab World Which Can Save Him in Lebanon
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Macron Is No T. E. Lawrence, but It Is Still the Arab World Which Can Save Him in Lebanon
November 1, 2020

An inferiority complex linked to Lebanon’s colonial past is responsible for Macron failing in Lebanon. But maybe his rant about Islam might fix that.

Early Leaders of India and Pakistan Ignored Religious Extremism Warnings
October 26, 2020

One thing that was not endemic among the rulers of the princely states was religious extremism. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of the current prime minister of India and the radical Islamist political leaders of Pakistan.

Early Leaders of India and Pakistan Ignored Religious Extremism Warnings
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POLL: 66% of Young Muslims in France Want Blasphemy Punished by Law
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POLL: 66% of Young Muslims in France Want Blasphemy Punished by Law
September 4, 2020

The French colorblind secularist left to make way for left-wing ethno-religious identity politics. As Blacks and Muslims in France assert themselves as Blacks and Muslims, more and more native French will awaken to their own identity and organize on that basis.

How NATO-Member Turkey Reverted Back to Being an Islamic Dictatorship
July 18, 2020

Europe is the key. But will Europe’s leaders place the key in the lock, and open, finally, the door to a non-imperialistic world?

How NATO-Member Turkey Reverted Back to Being an Islamic Dictatorship
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The Pendulum Swings Again: the Desecration of Hagia Sophia
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The Pendulum Swings Again: the Desecration of Hagia Sophia
July 18, 2020

The second forced reconversion of the Orthodox cathedral of Hagia Sophia into a mosque is part of a larger design of the current rulers to reconfigure Turkey back from a secular republic to a resurgent neo-Ottoman state.

An Arrested Middle East – The ‘New Strategy for Securing the Realm’ Dissipates
June 1, 2020

The Middle East has little choice: It will be pushed to view the U.S. as its past, and to ‘Look East’ for its future, Alastair Crooke writes.

An Arrested Middle East – The ‘New Strategy for Securing the Realm’ Dissipates
Society
The Middle East – The Betrayal by the Elites
Society
The Middle East – The Betrayal by the Elites
March 2, 2020

The élite’s betrayal is represented by the extent to which institutions have been undermined, in order to cement élite hold on power

Interview: How the Libyan Landscape Is Changing As New Players Get Boots on the Ground
January 16, 2020

Martin Jay asks the Tripoli-based analyst Mohamed Eljarh for his take on who are the winners and losers of Russia and Turkey being on opposite sides in Libya.

Interview: How the Libyan Landscape Is Changing As New Players Get Boots on the Ground
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