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In the spotlight

Is There an Answer for Syria?

The rapid rise of the Islamic State means core assumptions driving policy on Syria must be rethought.

U.S.-Arab Counterterrorism Cooperation in a Region Ripe for Extremism

Many Arab governments are fueling the very extremism they purport to fight and looking for U.S. cover. Washington should play the long game.

Turkey’s ISIS Crisis

Turkey fundamentally disagrees with the United States in its interpretation of the threat that the Islamic State poses, viewing the group as a symptom of deeper pathologies.

Latest Analysis

  • From Inside Putin’s Parallel Universe, the Crisis Looks Bright
    Eugene Rumer Monday, December 22, 2014
    The crisis presents Putin with an opportunity to tighten his grip on business, to see who is loyal and who is not, to pick winners and losers, to decide who will receive state support and whose assets should be “redistributed”.
  • Egypt Is Open For Business, But Not For Reform
    Michele Dunne Sunday, December 21, 2014
    The question is whether Egypt can stabilize the country and attract foreign investment needed to enliven the economy, while repressing all criticism of government policies from inside or outside and abandoning any semblance of the rule of law.
  • International Peace in Asia: Will it Endure?
    Muthiah Alagappa Friday, December 19, 2014
    Unit-level factors like nation- and state-making, along with national resilience and state capacity, continue to be the driving factors of war, peace, cooperation, and order in the region.
  • The Cuba Deal: Why Now?
    Moisés Naím Thursday, December 18, 2014
    The decision to restore diplomatic ties between the United States and Cuba was driven by a surprising convergence of biology and technology.
  • The Coptic Church and Politics in Egypt
    Georges Fahmi Thursday, December 18, 2014
    The Church is trying to revive its former role as the sole political voice of Egypt’s Copts. But that position carries real risks for the Church and the country’s Christians.
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