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For anyone who has been following Egyptian affairs, this past month’s headlines have provided for a curious case of seemingly implausible coincidences. Coming from...

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“There’s a woman in a long, flowing gown waiting. You are about to meet someone who is about to change your life for the...
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More often than not, disability rights and issues of accessibility for persons with disabilities (PWDs) are excluded from conversations on peacebuilding and peacekeeping in...

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The following piece, originally published on July 30, 2015, has been offered up by the author for syndication on our blog. To read the...

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Google the words “Middle East” or” “refugees,” and you’ll find no shortage of articles bemoaning the current humanitarian crisis that has seemingly engulfed almost...

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In 2005, Montgomery McFate, a former defense consultant for the Rand Corporation, and Andrea Jackson, the Director of Research and Training at the Lincoln...

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Editor's note: This piece is the first in a several part series by the US-Middle East Network's Chief Technology Officer Joshua Shinbrot on Iran. The...

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The sound of sirens and the rush to bomb shelters will once again disrupt the peace of Israelis and Palestinians alike this summer in...

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By Joshua Shinbrot Since the August 2002 revelation of Iran’s nuclear enrichment program by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, efforts have been made...

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The Arab uprisings of 2011 yielded diverse results: Libya, Syria, and Yemen are in states of violent disarray; the Gulf monarchies crushed dissent and...