Track II Diplomacy:
How Can It Be More Effective?

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The Middle East Reset:
A New Regional Order in the Making?

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THE MIDDLE EAST RESET:
A NEW REGIONAL ORDER IN THE MAKING?

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September 28, 2022
Issue Brief -
Algeria’s Foreign Policy in the Post Hirak Era

In early 2019, the hirak, a nationwide peaceful movement, called for the removal of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

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September 27, 2022
Issue Brief -
Track II Diplomacy: How Can It Be More Effective?

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has undergone many Track II initiatives, with the aim of resolving, or at least alleviating, conflict.

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August 9, 2022
Policy Paper -
Turkey’s Middle East Reset: A Precursor for Re-Escalation?

Mirroring region-wide trends, Turkey has adopted a policy of bridge-building across the Middle East in recent years.

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September 28, 2022
Issue Brief -
Algeria’s Foreign Policy in the Post Hirak Era

In early 2019, the hirak, a nationwide peaceful movement, called for the removal of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

learn more
September 27, 2022
Issue Brief -
Track II Diplomacy: How Can It Be More Effective?

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has undergone many Track II initiatives, with the aim of resolving, or at least alleviating, conflict.

learn more
August 9, 2022
Policy Paper -
Turkey’s Middle East Reset: A Precursor for Re-Escalation?

Mirroring region-wide trends, Turkey has adopted a policy of bridge-building across the Middle East in recent years.

learn more

Events

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2 October 2022
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The Middle East Reset: A New Regional Order in the Making?
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28 September 2022
past event 4:00 pm AST - 5:15 pm AST
The Battle for Iraq: Can Re-escalation Be Prevented?
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29 August 2022
past event 4:00 pm GMT - 5:15 pm GMT
Gaza’s Unending Nightmare
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02 October 2022
past event 6:00 pm AST - 7:30 pm AST

The Middle East Reset: A New Regional Order in the Making?

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28 September 2022
past event 4:00 pm AST - 5:15 pm AST

The Battle for Iraq: Can Re-escalation Be Prevented?

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29 August 2022
past event 4:00 pm GMT - 5:15 pm GMT

Gaza’s Unending Nightmare

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Afkar

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September 19, 2022
As PA Loses Grip Over West Bank, Israel Scrambles to Save It

  In the northern West Bank cities of Jenin and Nablus, Israeli military raids have become a near-nightly occurrence. So far this year, Israeli soldiers have killed more than 80 Palestinians in the West Bank—the most since 2015—and arrested hundreds of others, in what amounts to a far-reaching campaign to crush Palestinian resistance groups that… Continue reading As PA Loses Grip Over West Bank, Israel Scrambles to Save It

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September 14, 2022
Yemen Truce: a Window for Peace Not to Be Missed

    During the past five months, Yemenis have experienced a welcome lull in their country’s devastating seven-year civil war. In April, a United Nations-brokered truce went into effect between Yemen’s transitional government, backed by a Saudi-led military coalition and a tepid partnership with Yemen’s southern separatist movement, and the Houthi-led movement allied with elements… Continue reading Yemen Truce: a Window for Peace Not to Be Missed

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September 8, 2022
Desperately Seeking Stability: Libya, Elections, and Enduring Political Stalemate

Desperately Seeking Stability: Libya, Elections, and Enduring Political Stalemate     It has been a long, hot summer in Libya. Demand for air conditioning has strained the country’s electrical grid, leading to rolling blackouts that have underscored the unity government’s inability to improve the daily lives of its people. With frustration mounting over the ongoing… Continue reading Desperately Seeking Stability: Libya, Elections, and Enduring Political Stalemate

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September 19, 2022
As PA Loses Grip Over West Bank, Israel Scrambles to Save It

  In the northern West Bank cities of Jenin and Nablus, Israeli military raids have become a near-nightly occurrence. So far this year, Israeli soldiers have killed more than 80 Palestinians in the West Bank—the most since 2015—and arrested hundreds of others, in what amounts to a far-reaching campaign to crush Palestinian resistance groups that… Continue reading As PA Loses Grip Over West Bank, Israel Scrambles to Save It

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September 14, 2022
Yemen Truce: a Window for Peace Not to Be Missed

    During the past five months, Yemenis have experienced a welcome lull in their country’s devastating seven-year civil war. In April, a United Nations-brokered truce went into effect between Yemen’s transitional government, backed by a Saudi-led military coalition and a tepid partnership with Yemen’s southern separatist movement, and the Houthi-led movement allied with elements… Continue reading Yemen Truce: a Window for Peace Not to Be Missed

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September 8, 2022
Desperately Seeking Stability: Libya, Elections, and Enduring Political Stalemate

Desperately Seeking Stability: Libya, Elections, and Enduring Political Stalemate     It has been a long, hot summer in Libya. Demand for air conditioning has strained the country’s electrical grid, leading to rolling blackouts that have underscored the unity government’s inability to improve the daily lives of its people. With frustration mounting over the ongoing… Continue reading Desperately Seeking Stability: Libya, Elections, and Enduring Political Stalemate

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