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Sexual Politics in India: Interview Ira Trivedi

Sunday 25 May 2014
The Diplomat’s Justin McDonnell speaks with Ira Trivedi, novelist and author of the recent non-fiction book India in Love: Marriage and Sexuality (...)

Syrian Air-Defense Capabilities and the Threat to Potential U.S. Air Operations

Saturday 24 May 2014
The regime’s air defenses have been weakened by the war, leaving room for low-risk air operations that could achieve important military and humanitarian objectives with reasonable investment of resources.
On May 17, the Syrian regime lost Lt. Gen. Hussein Ayoub Ishaq, its top air-defense commander and one of the highest-ranking military officials (...)

Election campaign: #Vote for Qassem Soleimani president of Syria!

Saturday 24 May 2014
The elections are a masquerade, of course. Not only because the ostensible rivals are not real rivals, but also because only about half of the (...)

Middle East’s Christian population in flux as Pope Francis visits Holy Land

Friday 23 May 2014
Pope Francis is scheduled to visit Jordan, the West Bank and Israel this weekend. Since becoming pope, he has expressed concern for the situation (...)

Nuclear Power Broker: Javad Zarif on Iran’s Nuclear Negotiations

Thursday 22 May 2014
I first met Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, in the nineteen-eighties, when he was a junior member of the Iranian delegation (...)

The Muslim Brotherhood Thinks It’s Winning Again

Wednesday 21 May 2014
Given the Brotherhood’s persistent and dangerous delusion, the existential struggle that has defined Egyptian politics since Morsi’s removal will likely worsen.
New Republic Since the uprising-cum-coup that ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi last summer, Washington has encouraged the Muslim (...)

Libya’s Growing Risk of Civil War

Tuesday 20 May 2014
Long-simmering tensions between non-Islamist and Islamist forces have boiled over into military actions centered around Benghazi and Tripoli, entrenching the country’s rival alliances and bringing them ever closer to civil war.
On May 16, former Libyan army general Khalifa Haftar launched "Operation Dignity of Libya" in Benghazi, aiming to "‫‬cleanse the city of (...)

The Battle for Southern Syria Heating Up

Wednesday 14 May 2014
Recent developments indicate a credible, previously unseen rebel threat to Damascus.
While rebel militias have lately suffered serious setbacks in central and northern Syria, they are now recording significant successes in the (...)

Surprise Rotation of Saudi Defense Officials

Wednesday 14 May 2014
An unexpected and unprecedented series of changes in the kingdom’s military leadership raises questions about future Saudi strategy.
A series of royal orders issued today in the name of King Abdullah at the stated request of his heir apparent and defense minister, Crown Prince (...)

But Is It Good for the Druze?: George Clooney and his future in-laws

Monday 12 May 2014
George Clooney’s reps have yet to make the official announcement, but all the tabloids and gossip sheets are reporting that the Hollywood (...)

Turkish PM Erdoğan’s steps ’not enough,’ Greek Orthodox Patriarch says

Sunday 11 May 2014
Bartholomew I, spiritual leader of 250 million Orthodox Christians, praised Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for improving rights for Christians, but added pointedly, "it is not enough."
In an interview with The Associated Press in his Istanbul office, Bartholomew expressed disappointment that Erdoğan had not re-opened the (...)

The Middle East’s Christians and “the Jordanian option”

Thursday 8 May 2014
King Adullah is taking Francis’ visit as an opportunity to re-launch his plan: it is in the interests of Islam to defend Arab Christians from the hidden dangers that threaten their presence in the Middle East
ROME There are just two weeks to go before Pope Francis’ arrival and the streets of Amman are already brimming with revelatory zeal: on what is (...)

Egypt Emerges as a Route for Israeli Natural Gas Exports

Thursday 8 May 2014
Piping Israeli gas to liquefaction plants in Egypt is the most commercially logical option but remains politically risky.
The announcement of a letter of intent between the partners in Israel’s giant Tamar natural gas field and the Spanish owners of a liquefied (...)

Salafi Jihadists on the Rise in Jordan

Monday 5 May 2014
The longer the war in Syria continues, the greater the threat these fighters will likely pose.
Last week, ten Jordanian Islamists who were apprehended while attempting to join the jihad in Syria were sentenced by the State Security Court to (...)

Lebanon’s Presidential Race

Friday 2 May 2014
The thorny parliamentary process of selecting a new president could rekindle violence if it results in substantial delays or further sectarian friction.
Last week, Lebanon’s parliament convened for the first round of balloting to elect a new president. While Samir Geagea — who leads the Christian (...)

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