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Commentary

International Efforts to Confront the Islamic State Gather Pace

Middle East Policy Council, September 10, 2014

Efforts to create a coherent and unified response to the Islamic State threat continue to gather pace as Arab leaders ...

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Journal Essay

Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood: Pragmatism or Preference?

David Roberts

Fall 2014, Volume XXI, Number 3

Qatar has been one of the most active states during the Arab Spring. It has broadly supported the uprisings with ...

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Journal Essay

U.S. Foreign Policy and the Future of the Middle East

Kenneth Pollack, Paul R. Pillar, Amin Tarzi, Chas W. Freeman, Jr.

Fall 2014, Volume XXI, Number 3

The following is an edited transcript of the seventy-seventh in a series of Capitol Hill conferences convened by the Middle ...

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Journal Essay

Morsi's Failure in Egypt: The Impact of Energy-Supply Chains

Salem Y. Lakhal

Fall 2014, Volume XXI, Number 3

On January 14, 2011, thousands poured into Habib Bourguiba Street, the symbolic heart of Tunis. They streamed in front of ...

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Commentary

Libya Edges Toward Civil War

Middle East Policy Council, August 7, 2014

Much of the regional media attention has been focused on the ongoing negotiations aimed at ending the conflict in ...

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Hill Forum

Obama's Foreign Policy and the Future of the Middle East

, July 21, 2014

The following is an unedited transcript of the seventy-seventh in a series of Capitol Hill conferences convened by the Middle ...

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