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It may be curtains for Bashar Assad

Thursday 5 September 2013
There was a distinct mood change in Washington Tuesday, as congressional leaders supported President Barack Obama’s proposal to retaliate against (...)

Attacking Syria Is the Best Way to Deal with Iran

Thursday 5 September 2013
Achieving U.S. objectives in Syria would help pressure Tehran into making hard choices regarding both the Assad regime and the Iranian nuclear program.
While Washington debates how the United States should respond to its intelligence reports of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s use of chemical (...)

Syria: A Mystifying Lack of US Preparedness

Tuesday 3 September 2013
The decision of President Barack Obama to seek congressional approval for US military strikes in Syria is constitutionally sound, but (...)

Syria: The Kerry Statement

Wednesday 28 August 2013
The moral obscenity that is Syria is, in short, nothing new. What is new is that the head of the Assad-Makhluf clan, trying to preserve all or part of Syria as a family business, tried, for whatever reason, to humiliate the President of the United States and destroy his credibility, both in the region and beyond.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s August 26, 2013 statement on Syria was powerful and direct. In the absence of a diplomatic deus ex machina it (...)

Light comes from the West, nostalgia from the Middle East

Tuesday 27 August 2013
The Arab world will never be able to improve its future if it keeps harking back to the past.
How is it that the Arab world, which in the past was a leader in many fields, hasn’t managed to emerge from its backwardness? Arabs have been (...)

Bombing Syria: What’s the Goal?

Monday 26 August 2013
As Washington considers military action in Syria, the temptation will be to pursue a limited punitive response to regime chemical-weapons use, (...)

Forget the Red Line and Engage in Syria

Monday 26 August 2013
There is ample justification for intervention in Syria once U.S. strategic interests are factored into the equation, regardless of the chemical (...)

Saudi Leverage Useful in Egypt

Thursday 22 August 2013
New York Times Saudi Arabia has been one of the most important allies of the United States. But it has also staunchly supported opposition to (...)

Cutting Through the Fog of War in East Ghouta

Thursday 22 August 2013
U.S. backsliding on redlines regarding Syrian chemical weapons only encourages the Assad regime to make choices that increase the likelihood of (...)

Sykes-Picot is more alive than we know

Saturday 17 August 2013
Since the start of the Arab uprisings in 2011, commentators have reached for their history books to announce that we are witnessing the end of (...)

Why Muslims have only few Nobel Prizes

Wednesday 14 August 2013
I am not the greatest fan of Richard Dawkins, the famous Oxford professor, whose passionate atheism looks to me as a dogma in itself rather than (...)

The embassies should have stayed open

Saturday 10 August 2013
Pity Edward Snowden. He was accused of revealing valuable information allowing terrorist groups to learn that the United States was eavesdropping (...)

Lip service will not bring peace

Tuesday 30 July 2013
Instead of playing to the gallery of public opinion, Palestinian and Israeli leaders should start telling their people the truth. * * (...)

Share the defense burden? Let’s do it!

Monday 15 July 2013
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he’s committed to an equitable division of the defense burden. This sharing of the burden must “include all (...)

The New Arab Awakening

Wednesday 10 July 2013
Why Middle East moderates need to seize the opportunity in Egypt to craft a new political movement. The rejection by Egyptians of their (...)

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