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1. Afghan Women’s Views on Violent Extremism and Aspirations to a Peacemaking Role

2. Rethinking Transnational Terrorism: An Integrated Approach

3. Final Report and Recommendations of the Senior Study Group on Peace and Security in the Red Sea Arena

4. Understanding Russia’s Interest in Conflict Zones

5. Injecting Humanity: Community-Focused Responses for People Exiting Violent Extremist Conflict

6. Syria Study Group Final Report

7. Local Cross-line Coordination in Syria

8. Engaging the Post-ISIS Iraqi Religious Landscape for Peace and Reconciliation

9. Dispute Resolution and Justice Provision in Yemen's Transition

10. The Reluctant Sectarianism of Foreign States in the Syrian Conflict

11. Syria's Sectarian Ripples across the Gulf

12. Sunni-Shia Relations After the Iraq War

13. Sectarianism in Lebanon and Syria: The Dynamics of Mutual Spill-Over

14. The Syrian Conflict's Impact on Lebanese Politics

15. The Diversity of Truth Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry

16. Security Sector Transformation in the Arab Awakening

17. Middle East in 2013: Promise and (Lots of) Peril

18. Peacebuilding Efforts of Women from Afghanistan and Iraq: Lessons in Transition

19. Defusing Egypt's Demographic Time Bomb

20. Constitutional Reform in Transitional States: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Egypt and Tunisia

21. Traveling toward the Rule of Law in the Middle East and North Africa: Avenues and Obstacles

22. Counterrevolution in the Gulf

23. Preventing Arab-Kurd Conflict in Iraq after the Withdrawal of U.S. Forces

24. Refugees and IDPs after Conflict: Why They Do Not Go Home

25. The United States in Iraq: Options for 2012

26. The Coming Turkish-Iranian Competition In

27. Humanitarianism in Crisis

28. Syrian Uprising: Looking In, Looking Out

29. Baghdad's Wary Support for the Syrian Status Quo

30. Regional Dynamics of the Syrian Uprising: The Impact on Lebanon and Hezbollah

31. The Iraq Federal Police

32. The Gulf States and Syria

33. Watching from the Sidelines: Israel and the Syrian Uprising

34. Jordan and the Current Unrest in Syria

35. Security Sector Transformation in North Africa and the Middle East

36. Salam Shabab: Views and Voices of Iraqi Youth

37. Iran's Subsidies Conundrum

38. Iran's Youth: Agents of Change

39. In Pursuit of Democracy and Security in the Greater Middle East

40. Iraqi Voices Entering 2010

41. Congress and Parliaments in Security Sector Reform

42. Finding Common Ground: Kirkuk as a Special Governorate

43. Iraq, its Neighbors, and the Obama Administration: Syrian and Saudi Perspectives

44. Dr. Ali Al-Dabbagh's Iraq-based Formula for Regional Cooperation

45. Reconstructing Gaza – Lessons from Lebanon

46. Won't You Be My Neighbor: Syria, Iraq and the Changing Strategic Context in the Middle East

47. U.S.-Iranian Engagement Toward A Grand Agenda?

48. Maliki's Iraq between Two Elections

49. A Renewable Energy Peace Park in the Golan as a Framework to an Israeli-Syrian Agreement

50. An Education Track for the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process

51. Hamas: Ideological Rigidity and Political Flexibility

52. Justice Interrupted: Historical Perspectives on Promoting Democracy in the Middle East

53. The Limits of Institutional Engineering: Lessons from Iraq

54. Land, Property, and the Challenge of Return for Iraq's Displaced

55. Mapping Peace between Syria and Israel

56. Islamic Peacemaking Since 9/11

57. Lebanon's Unstable Equilibrium

58. Online Discourse in the Arab World: Dispelling The Myths

59. From Gridlock to Compromise: How Three Laws Could Begin to Transform Iraqi Politics

60. Embedded Provincial Reconstruction Teams

61. Facing the Abyss: Lebanon's Deadly Political Stalemate

62. Iraq: Politics Unfrozen, Direction Still Unclear

63. Evaluating Iraq's Provincial Reconstruction Teams While Drawdown Looms: A USIP Trip Report

64. Iraq in the Obama Administration

65. What Iraq Needs from the Obama Administration: Recommendations from Iraqis Resident in the U.S

66. Iraq's Cultural Heritage: Preserving the Past for the Sake of the Future

67. The Future of the U.S. Military Presence in Iraq

68. Special Report No. 213: Reconciliation Strategies in Iraq

69. Special Report No. 215: Whither Peace Operations?

70. Special Report No. 216: The Treasury Approach to State-Building and Institution-Strengthening Assistance: Experience in Iraq and Broader Implications

71. Negotiating with the Islamic Republic of Iran: Raising the Chances for Successs—Fifteen Points to Remember

72. Higher Education and the Future of Iraq

73. Special Report No. 206: Mullahs, Money, and Militias: How Iran Exerts Its Influence in the Middle East

74. Special Report No. 207: Integrated Security Assistance: The 1207 Program

75. Resurrecting the Wall of Fear: The Human Rights Situation in Syria

76. Analyzing Iran's Domestic Political Landscape

77. Iraq's Interior Ministry: Frustrating Reform

78. Half Full or Half Empty: Assessing Prospects for Peace in Lebanon

79. Iraq: Positive Change in the Detention System

80. Reforming the Iraqi Interior Ministry, Police, and Facilities Protection Service

81. Civilians Will Make the Difference in Iraq

82. The Crisis in Interfaith Relations in the Middle East

83. Syria's Relations with Iraq

84. Who Rules Ahmadinejad's Iran?

85. Is Iran Facing an Economic Crisis?

86. Syria's Alliance with Iran

87. The Iraq Hydrocarbon Law: How and When?

88. International Intervention in Gaza: Options and Obstacles

89. Public Health and Conflict in Iraq: Rebuilding a Nation's Health

90. Journey of Death: Suicide Bombers in Iraq

91. The U.S., Iraq and the Middle East

92. Sudan's 2009 Elections: Critical Issues and Timelines

93. Constitutional Reform in Iraq: Improving Prospects, Political Decisions Needed

94. Iraq: Time for a Change

95. Seven Months Into the Surge: What Does it Mean For Iraqis?

96. Engaging Islamists and Promoting Democracy: A Preliminary Assessment

97. Iraq and the Gulf States: The Balance of Fear

98. Ayatollah Sistani and the Democratization of Post-Ba'athist Iraq

99. Political Progress in Iraq During the Surge

100. Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq