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Ed. 20 Vol. 10 - August 27, 2012

  • "Why we are closing " -   Yossi Alpher
  • "The arc of the pendulum " -   Ghassan Khatib
Is the Syrian revolution overflowing into Lebanon?  

Ed. 19 Vol. 10 - May 31, 2012

  • "Imperial claims on fragile space " -   Seda Altug
  • "The Lebanon-Syria lines have been erased " -   Franklin Lamb
  • "When Syria sneezes " -   Murhaf Jouejati
  • "Fallout from the Syrian crisis " -   Nizar Abdel-Kader
The Arab revolutions V: economic and social justice  

Ed. 18 Vol. 10 - May 24, 2012

  • "Syria's growing economic challenge " -   Jihad Yazigi
  • "Jordan: the link between political and economic reform" -   Hassan A. Barari
  • "Europe needs a new relationship with the Arab world " -   Mariano Aguirre
  • "What one fears is political money " - an interview with   Samir Aita
The Arab revolutions: strategic assessment IV  

Ed. 17 Vol. 10 - May 10, 2012

  • "Resizing America's role " -   Daniel C. Kurtzer
  • "Israel: Dangers and missed opportunities " -   Yossi Alpher
  • "Whether 'Arab spring' or fundamentalist winter, the Arab world is changing" -   Hamid Alkifaey
  • "Libya's rebels, without a cause " -   Nicolas Pelham
The Arab revolutions: strategic assessment III  

Ed. 16 Vol. 10 - May 03, 2012

  • "The Moroccan reinvention of mild authoritarianism " -   Aboubakr Jamai
  • "Saudi Arabia's quandary " -   Bernard Haykel
  • "The coming regime: a civil or religious state? " -   Nasser Arrabyee
  • "The landscape of the Arab spring " -   Sadegh Zibakalam
The Arab revolutions: strategic assessment II  

Ed. 15 Vol. 10 - April 26, 2012

  • "Changing our analytical paradigms " -   Joseph Bahout
  • "The Syrian will to live" -   Rime Allaf
  • "Young Palestinian activists seek traction" -   Omar Rahman
  • "A Turkish view " -   Ersin Kalaycioglu
The Arab revolutions: strategic assessment I  

Ed. 14 Vol. 10 - April 19, 2012

  • "Supporting revolution or counter-revolution? " - an interview with   Oraib Al-Rantawi
  • "A prospective opinion on the Tunisian revolution " -   Amor Boubakri
  • "The morning after " -   Patrick Seale
  • "Egypt's history unfolding in strange ways " -   Abdel Monem Said Aly
Sinai  

Ed. 13 Vol. 10 - March 29, 2012

  • "Challenges and opportunities " -   Yoram Meital
  • "Sinai: the paradox of security " -   Lina Attalah
  • "Sinai spring? Not really " -   Normand St. Pierre
  • "A country of walls " - an interview with   Talal Okal
How does the outcome in Syria affect Iraq?  

Ed. 12 Vol. 10 - March 21, 2012

  • "Spillover from the Syrian uprising: three scenarios" -   Akeel Abbas
  • "Turkey, Syria, Iraq and the Kurdish issue " -   Soli Ozel
  • "Iraq and the unpredictable Syrian trajectory " -   Safa A. Hussein
  • "Nightmare scenario: change in Syria may be detrimental to Iraq " -   Hamid Alkifaey
The Eastern Mediterranean gas discoveries: conflict or cooperation?  

Ed. 11 Vol. 10 - March 15, 2012

  • "Potential conflict" -   Nizar Abdel-Kader
  • "The jury is still out " -   Mamdouh G. Salameh
  • "Cyprus: there may be some truth to the rumors " - an interview with   Chris Pelaghias
  • "A significant strategic development for Israel " -   David Brodet
Russia and Syria  

Ed. 10 Vol. 10 - March 08, 2012

  • "How do changes in the Middle East threaten Russia? " -   Elena Suponina
  • "Saudi Arabia and Russia: Settling old scores in Syria " -   Madawi al-Rasheed
  • "The Syrian crisis and its implications for Turkish-Russian relations " -   Ziya Meral
  • "Syrians have a long memory " -   Murhaf Jouejati
Prisoners and the Arab spring  

Ed. 9 Vol. 10 - March 01, 2012

  • "Continuity in Egypt " - an interview with   Saad Eddin Ibrahim
  • "Military courts are a weapon " - an interview with   Amal Bakry
  • "Holding a mirror to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict " -   Yossi Alpher
  • "Seeking a new horizon for Palestinian prisoners " -   Shawqi Issa
Israel and the apartheid comparison  

Ed. 8 Vol. 10 - February 23, 2012

  • "Apartheid has a face " -   Samah Jabr
  • "Many instances of discrimination " -   Shlomo Gazit
  • "Similarities, but no similar response " - an interview with   John Dugard
  • "Exploiting apartheid for political warfare " -   Gerald M. Steinberg
Tribalism and politics in the Middle East  

Ed. 7 Vol. 10 - February 16, 2012

  • "Israeli tribalism? " -   Tamar Hermann
  • "Tribes and the monarchy in Jordan " -   Hassan A. Barari
  • "Tribes competing with new national feeling " -   Ruth Sherlock
  • "Acceptable national authority creates cohesion " -   Omar Rahman
The Amman talks: Jordan's role  

Ed. 6 Vol. 10 - February 10, 2012

  • "Why has Jordan succeeded where others failed?" -   Oraib Al-Rantawi
  • "A futile exercise? " -   Hassan A. Barari
  • "Jordan re-enters the fray " -   Naseem Tarawnah
  • "Jordan needs continued talks" -   Mohammad K. Shiyyab
Is Turkey a model for the new Arab regimes?  

Ed. 5 Vol. 10 - February 02, 2012

  • "The AKP is a qualified model " -   Mustafa Akyol
  • "Safeguarding Egypt's identity" - an interview with   Muhammad Adly
  • "Dispensing with the Turkish 'model' " -   Sinan Ciddi
  • "Is the AKP's success story reproducible in Tunisia?" -   Amor Boubakri
Can the Syrian regime survive?  

Ed. 4 Vol. 10 - January 26, 2012

  • "The regime's prospects are better than two months ago but remain dim " -   Karim Emile Bitar
  • "Yes and no " -   Elias Samo
  • "A sinking ship" -   Michel Nehme
  • "Syria's Assad regime is doomed, but the battle will be long and bloody" -   Joshua Landis
Iran, the US and Israel: toward open conflict?  

Ed. 3 Vol. 10 - January 19, 2012

  • "The major geostrategic challenge of 2012" -   David Menashri
  • "Israel is the main beneficiary " -   Sadegh Zibakalam
  • "Accepting the inevitable: a nuclear Iran " -   Mamdouh G. Salameh
  • "Iran is not an existential threat " -   Bruce Riedel
Women and the Arab revolutions  

Ed. 2 Vol. 10 - January 12, 2012

  • "Arab women, protest and the Arab spring " -   Manal A. Jamal
  • "Reality check " -   Abigail Fielding-Smith
  • "Women's rights under threat as never before " -   John R. Bradley
  • "Syrian women, backbone of the revolution " -   Rime Allaf
Winners and losers in the Arab revolutions: China, Russia, Central Europe, the Sahel  

Ed. 1 Vol. 10 - January 05, 2012

  • "A view from Central Europe " -   Matyas Eorsi
  • "China and the 'Arab spring'" -   Kelley Currie
  • "In Syria, what does Russia want?" -   Hussain Abdul-Hussain
  • "A view from the Sahel" -   Modibo Goita


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