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An Arrested Middle East – The ‘New Strategy for Securing the Realm’ Dissipates
Society
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.

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

The Middle East – The Betrayal by the Elites
Society
Interview: How the Libyan Landscape Is Changing As New Players Get Boots on the Ground
Interview
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.

ISIS Applauds Trump’s Killing Soleimani
January 14, 2020

Iranian General Soleimani was among the leading, if not the very top, of all generals worldwide, leading the fight against ISIS, not only in Iraq, but as far away as in India. This is the reason why ISIS lauds what Trump did.

ISIS Applauds Trump’s Killing Soleimani
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Who Created the Persian Gulf Tinderbox?
Security
Who Created the Persian Gulf Tinderbox?
January 8, 2020

The answer, of course, is the United States, Daniel Lazare writes.

How Arabization Changed Islam in Asia
December 24, 2019

Over the past few decades, a process of Arabization has influenced the practice of Islam in Asia, spreading a more devout and less tolerant creed that nurtures fundamentalism and militancy.

How Arabization Changed Islam in Asia
Editor's Сhoice
India Set to Discover the Law of Unintended Consequences
World
India Set to Discover the Law of Unintended Consequences
November 6, 2019

Buddhist national identity has taken on violent excesses in countries like Myanmar and Sri Lanka. But in the Himalayas, which is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Buddhism is attempting to make a resurgence in a political sense.

How America’s Wars End
August 1, 2019

So here we are knowing there is little the U.S. can do to change the ultimate outcome in Afghanistan. The only question of consequence is: Could Donald Trump be the twenty-first century’s Richard Nixon?

How America’s Wars End
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