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The Islamic State and Partisanship in Turkey

Lauren Williams: The war in Syria has polarized Turkey’s political landscape and reignited hostilities between Islamists and secularists. 

الدولة الإسلامية والانقسامات المريرة في تركيا

لورن ويليامز: أحدثت الحرب في سورية استقطاباً في المشهد السياسي التركي وأشعلت من جديد العداوات بين الإسلاميين والعلمانيين.

 

The Case Against an Alliance With Assad

Heiko Wimmen: Realpolitik, rather than ethics, provides the most powerful arguments against the growing calls to forge a deal with the Syrian regime.

لماذا التحالف مع الأسد خطأ

هيكو ويمن: السياسة الواقعية، وليس أخلاقيات السلوك، تُقدّم الحجج الأقوى لإسقاط الدعوات المتزايدة التي تطالب بإبرام صفقة مع النظام السوري.

 

The Politics of the Egypt-Gaza Buffer Zone

Ismail Alexandrani: The new buffer zone being set up on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border will worsen social grievances underpinning much of Sinai’s violence.

سياسة المنطقة العازلة بين مصر وغزة

اسماعيل الإسكندراني: المنطقة العازلة التي يجري العمل على إنشائها في الجانب المصري من منطقة رفح الحدودية سوف تزيد من حدة المظالم الاجتماعية التي تقع في صلب العنف في سيناء.

 

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