Libyan Revolution

Opinion Articles

The dissolution of Libya’s House of Representatives is putting extra pressure on the Constitution Drafting Assembly to negotiate a new political order in the country.

Opinion Articles

As the Arab Spring approaches its fourth anniversary, the Arab world generally is at risk of heading towards a future without politics.

Opinion Articles

Islamist extremism is limited in Libya, but it could grow if no action is taken against those responsible for recent violence.

Opinion Articles

While there is widespread agreement that U.S. policy in the Middle East should be responsive to conditions on the ground, there is widespread concern that it has become wholly reactive—crisis-driven

Opinion Articles

How the looming end of a 100-year-old treaty exposes the existential paranoia at the heart of Erdogan’s foreign policy.

Opinion Articles

Intervention by NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow at the Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate, Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

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