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It isn’t just the politicians and the pundits — the center of gravity among the policy community has shifted and nuance is gone.
The Arab uprisings of 2010-11 are often compared country to country, but what happens when we consider their international effects and implications?
Why the “how Islamic is the Islamic State” debate is so heated, and what political science can contribute.
The deal now sets the stage for an intensive, multi-level political battle over ratification and implementation.
Marc Lynch’s annual Middle East summer reading list.
Were the dilemmas of cooperation with Sunni insurgents in 2007 less dramatic than those posed by cooperation today with Iranian-backed militias?
Leaked Saudi cables highlight existing challenges of Middle East politics but don’t necessarily herald future democratic changes.
In the wake of the Arab uprisings, the concept of nation remains important yet dynamic as Middle East states redefine priorities and react to internal and external challenges.
This weekend’s Arab League Summit promised a new era of Arab cooperation. Don’t count on it.
In “Beyond War,” David Rohde argues for the U.S. to work with moderates in the region.