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The new JISS national security plan says avoid risky diplomatic escapades and prepare for war.
In the remote deserts of western Iraq, Iran’s servants are busily at work preparing a new front against Israel.
The notion that Hamas could be incentivised by the injection of funds from Qatar has proven erroneous or deeply problematic.
Egypt may be beginning to emerge from its self-imposed strategic seclusion.
He has cornered himself into a situation where he has zero credibility and zero leverage on Israel, the US, the international community, and even the Sunni Arab world.
As dysfunctional as the Palestinian national movement has become, it has excelled in perpetuating the pork barrel born in Oslo.
Venezuela has become flash point between Russia and the US. The way in which America responds to Russian conduct in its backyard will influence Russia's international conduct in the future.
Events in Sudan and Libya suggest that the core dynamic in the Arab world has not changed: authoritarian military regimes and political Islam remain the key players, popular sovereignty remains a distant aspiration
Iran is not likely to target American troops, since Teheran’s strategy is to wait-out the Trump administration.
Regional rivals clash via proxies in Tripoli fight.