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1. Retain, Restructure, or Divest? Policy Options for Egypt’s Military Economy

2. Eden Denied: Environmental Decay, Illicit Activities, and Instability in Iraq’s Southern Border Area

3. Border Nation: The Reshaping of the Syrian-Turkish Borderlands

4. Throwing Down the Gauntlet: What the IMF Can Do About Egypt’s Military Companies

5. The Making of the Kurdish Frontier: Power, Conflict, and Governance in the Iraqi-Syrian Borderlands

6. Breaking the Israel-Palestine Status Quo

7. Lebanon’s Political Economy: From Predatory to Self-Devouring

8. Reassessing Russian Capabilities in the Levant and North Africa

9. How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy

10. How China Learned to Harness Israel’s Media and Booming Tech Scene

11. Europe Needs a Regional Strategy on Iran

12. Overcoming Taiwan’s Energy Trilemma

13. Security Assistance in the Middle East: A Three-Dimensional Chessboard

14. The Transformation of the Iraqi-Syrian Border: From a National to a Regional Frontier

15. Eastern Yemen’s Tribal Model for Containing Conflict

16. A Feminist Foreign Policy to Deal with Iran? Assessing the EU’s Options

17. The Egypt-Sudan Border: A Story of Unfulfilled Promise

18. The Sunni Religious Establishment of Damascus: When Unification Creates Division

19. How Southern Syria Has Been Transformed Into a Regional Powder Keg

20. Playing Politics: International Security Sector Assistance and the Lebanese Military’s Changing Role

21. Two Paths to Dominance: Military Businesses in Turkey and Egypt

22. Russia in the Middle East: Jack of All Trades, Master of None

23. Owners of the Republic: An Anatomy of Egypt’s Military Economy

24. The Mobilization of Conservative Civil Society

25. Two States or One? Reappraising the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse

26. Unheard Voices: What Syrian Refugees Need to Return Home

27. The Summer of Our Discontent: Sects and Citizens in Lebanon and Iraq

28. Keeping EU-Asia Reengagement on Track

29. The Assad Regime’s Hold on the Syrian State

30. The Islamic State’s Strategy: Lasting and Expanding

31. Crumbling States: Security Sector Reform in Libya and Yemen

32. Jordan’s Refugee Crisis

33. Tehran Calling: Understanding a New Iranian Leadership

34. From Transformation to Mediation: The Arab Spring Reframed

35. Egypt's Media in the Midst of Revolution

36. Qatar and the Recalibration of Power in the Gulf

37. Exploring the Prospects for Russian-Turkish Cooperation in a Turbulent Neighborhood

38. Qatar and the Arab Spring: Policy Drivers and Regional Implications

39. The Roots of Crisis in Northern Lebanon

40. A Window of Opportunity to Upgrade EU Foreign Policy

41. The Economics of Egypt's Rising Authoritarian Order

42. Iraq's Tangled Foreign Interests and Relations

43. Russia and the Arab Spring

44. Iran's Nuclear Odyssey: Costs and Risks

45. The Arab World's Education Report Card: School Climate and Citizenship Skills

46. Egypt's Judges in a Revolutionary Age

47. Turkey and the Bomb

48. The State of Iraq

49. Tribal Governance and Stability in Yemen

50. Building a Better Yemen

51. The Emerging Order in the Middle East

52. Gaza Five Years On: Hamas Settles In

53. The Economic Agenda of the Islamist Parties

54. The Rise of Egypt's Workers

55. Policing the People, Building the State: Authoritarian Transformation in the West Bank and Gaza

56. A Decade of Struggling Reform Efforts in Jordan: The Resilience of the Rentier System

57. Post-Revolutionary Al-Azhar

58. Arab Monarchies: Chance for Reform, Yet Unmet

59. From Inspiration to Aspiration: Turkey in the New Middle East

60. Education for Citizenship in the Arab World: Key to the Future

61. Morocco's Experience With Poverty Reduction: Lessons for the Arab World

62. The Arab State: Assisting or Obstructing Development?

63. Building Cooperation in the Eastern Middle East

64. Russia's Policy in the Middle East: Prospects for Consensus and Conflict with the United States

65. The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Islamist Participation in a Closing Political Environment

66. From Violence to Moderation: Al-Jama'a al-Islamiya and al-Jihad

67. The Political Challenge of Yemen's Southern Movement

68. What Comes Next in Yemen? Al-Qaeda, the Tribes, and State-Building

69. Exploiting Grievances: Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

70. Preventing Conflict Over Kurdistan

71. Nuclear Energy: Rebirth or Resuscitation?

72. Stepping Back From Democratic Pessimism

73. European Conflict Management in the Middle East: Toward a More Effective Approach

74. The Oil Boom in the GCC Countries: Old Challenges, Changing Dynamics

75. Palestine and Israel: Time for Plan B

76. "Fixing Broken Windows": Security Sector Reform in Palestine, Lebanon, and Yemen

77. Sharing the Pain: The Global Struggle Over Savings

78. Middle East Democracy Promotion Is Not a One-way Street

79. Between Government and Opposition: The Case of the Yemeni Congregation for Reform

80. President Obama and Middle East Expectations

81. Saudi Arabia's “Soft” Counterterrorism Strategy: Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Aftercare

82. Turkey's Middle East Policies: Between Neo-Ottomanism and Kemalism

83. In the Shadow of the Brothers: The Women of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

84. EU and U.S. Free Trade Agreements in the Middle East and North Africa

85. Democracy Promotion in the Middle East: Restoring Credibility

86. Sunset for the Two-State Solution?

87. The Middle East: Evolution of a Broken Regional Order

88. The New Arab Diplomacy: Not With the U.S. and Not Against the U.S.

89. Iran Says “No”—Now What?

90. The Draft Party Platform of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Foray Into Political Integration or Retreat Into Old Positions?

91. Lebanon's Sunni Islamists: A Growing Force

92. The New Middle East

93. Reading Khamenei: The World View of Iran's Most Powerful Leader

94. Islamists in Politics: The Dynamics of Participation

95. Sharing the Burden in the Middle East

96. Syrian–Israeli Peace: A Possible Key to Regional Change

97. Iran: Is Productive Engagement Possible?

98. Don't Give Up on Democracy Promotion

99. Incumbent Regimes and the "King's Dilemma" in the Arab World: Promise and Threat of Managed Reform

100. The Draft Party Platform of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Foray Into Political Integration or Retreat Into Old Positions?