Middle East Policies

The CIA’s impact on the events of 1953 was ultimately insignificant. Regardless of anything the United States did or did not do, Mosaddeq was bound to fall.

Today’s gloomy reading of the Arab spring tends to overlook a fundamental factor, which not only explains the regrettable turn of the recent revolutionary upheavals, but also holds the key to resuscit

Three distinct timelines are shaping developments in the Middle East. Understanding each is essential to craft an effective strategy in the region.

It is time for the United States and other powers to let the Middle East govern itself in line with national sovereignty and the United Nations Charter.

States in Middle East are becoming weaker than ever, as traditional authorities, whether aging monarchs or secular authoritarians, seem increasingly incapable of taking care of their restive publics

Maliki

Nouri al-Maliki’s fitful departure from Iraq’s premiership recalled many other cliffhanger exits by unpopular political leaders.

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