Ideas & Discussions

What U.S.-Iran Talks Mean for the Rest of the World

Though U.S.-Iranian negotiations in Geneva may have failed to produce decisive results, it seems clear that one of the

Turkey’s stance on the revolutions in Egypt

Turkey supported the Egyptian people's demands of freedom and democracy during the January 2011 revolution. Recep

Are There Grounds For Optimism In Egypt?

Violence is about in the land. The young, the idealists and the dutiful, along with the fanatics, are dying in the

Birth Pangs of Egypt’s New Republic

The Egyptian Revolution corrected its path on the 30th of June 2013 when unprecedented numbers of Egyptians, in their

U.S. Defense Policy in the Middle East

U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel delivered keynote remarks at the Institute's 2013 Soref Symposium in Washington,

An Arab Marshall Plan

The wave of revolts that swept across the Arab world two years ago were fueled by demands for freedom, bread, and

Harbingers of another war in the Middle East

Israel's main concern is that the jihadists could be enabled in Syria or Hezbollah in Lebanon to get chemical or

Purging or Targeting the Judiciary?

"We face a new massacre of the judiciary" which confirms that the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) do not remember, from the era

The World’s Superpower is Not Immune to Terror Acts; A Sign of Reality

Terrorism continues to manifest itself in the United States. Monday, April 15 2013 will be another day chronicled in

Pillars of law: How new constitutions of Egypt and Tunisia measure up

Following the uprisings that toppled Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and his Egyptian counterpart Hosni

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