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1. Israeli Apartheid and the West’s Dwindling Moral Credibility

2. De-Securitising and Re-Prioritising EU-Iraq Relations

3. From Tectonic Shifts to Winds of Change in North Africa and the Middle East: Europe’s Role

4. Countering Zero-Sum Relations in the Middle East: Insights from the Expert Survey

5. Ten Years of the Syrian Conflict: Time for the EU to Reconsider Its Strategy?

6. Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis

7. Iranian Public Opinion at the Start of the Biden Administration: Report

8. Defining a Realistic Policy Toward Erdogan's Turkey: Advice for the Biden Administration

9. The Coming Iran Nuclear Talks: Openings and Obstacles

10. NATO in Iraq: Not a Surge

11. Initial Biden Administration Policy Steps to Advance Israeli-Palestinian Peacemaking

12. Initial Biden Administration Policy Steps to Advance Israeli-Palestinian Peacemaking

13. Israel's Relations with Arab Countries: The Unfulfilled Potential

14. Can Multilateralism Advance Israeli-Palestinian Peace

15. Renewed Partnership with the Southern Neighbourhood: Implications for Israel

16. US-Iran Relations After Trump: The Path to Peace is Open

17. American Invasion And Withdrawals Post 9/11

18. The Role of International Educational Exchange in Turkish Foreign Policy as a Reconstructed Soft Power Tool

19. Nothing Much to Do: Why America Can Bring All Troops Home From the Middle East

20. The Biden Administration and the Middle East

21. Iranian Politics Leading Up to the 2021 Presidential Elections and US Influences

22. Can China Practice Major Power Diplomacy in the Middle East?

23. Iran's New Legislation for Escalation and Options for the New US Administration

24. Beyond Borders: Middle East in Empire, Diaspora, and Global Transitions (Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy, Spring 2021)

25. Contemporary Turkey Edition (Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy, Fall 2021)

26. Strategic Report

27. Losing the Long Game: A Conversation with Phillip Gordon (Interviewed by Zach A. Shapiro)

28. Hedging as a Survival Strategy for Small States: The Case of Kuwait

29. President Biden: Try for a Double Play on Iran and Afghanistan

30. Afghanistan: Before Time Runs Out

31. Useful enemies: How the Turkey-UAE rivalry is remaking the Middle East

32. How to Recalibrate U.S. Policy in the Middle East

33. Engaging Russia over Syria: Managing Peripheral Conflict and Narrowing Interests

34. Cooperation, Competition, and Compartmentalization: Russian-Turkish Relations and Their Implications for the West

35. Re-Thinking Assumptions for a 21st Century Middle East

36. Out of Many, One: Erdoğan and the Convergence of Turkish Worldviews

37. Building a Strong and Independent Iraq: Policy Guidance for the Biden Administration

38. Transforming the Middle East: The Origins, Impact, and Evolution of the Abraham Accords

39. Turkey’s African adventure: Taking stock of a new chapter in EU-Turkey relations

40. Turkish drones, Greek challenges

41. Turkey’s Post-2016 Foreign Policy Drivers: Militarisation, Islam, Civilisation and Power

42. Turkey and the West: A Hostile Dance

43. Revisiting and going beyond the EU-Turkey migration agreement of 2016: an opportunity for Greece to overcome being just “Europe’s aspis”

44. Turkey: A Problem Partner?

45. The Netanyahu Doctrine: A paradigm shift in the State of Israel's foreign policy/La Doctrina Netanyahu: Un Cambio de Paradigma en la Política Exterior del Estado de Israel

46. When Less Is More: Rethinking U.S. Military Strategy and Posture in the Middle East

47. Saudi Arabia: A Colossus with Clay Feets/Arabia Saudí: Un coloso con los pies de barro

48. The Interests of Turkey and Iran in Afghanistan: Threats and Challenges

49. Band-aids, not bullets: EU policies and interventions in the Syrian and Iraqi civil wars

50. Turkey’s interventions in its near abroad: The case of Idlib

51. The Egyptian-Jordanian-Iraqi triangle: Reviving an Arab axis in changed circumstances

52. The Washington-Ankara alliance: Recurrent crises or durable partnership

53. Walking a Tightrope in Tunisia: The Aspirations and Limitations of Migration Policy Reform

54. Iran in Syria: From Expansion to Entrenchment

55. Hizballah’s Gain, Lebanon’s Pain

56. Turkish-Russian Relations: A Puzzle that Shakes the Middle East

57. Cooperation or Coercion? The Views of US Opinion Leaders on Foreign Policy Approaches

58. Race, Women and the Global War on Terror

59. Moscow's Central Role: Have the Rules of Engagement Changed in Syria after the recent Israeli Strikes?

60. Curtailing Tehran: Breaking down the validation of Israeli conjectures if Damascus is constraining Iranian military activities

61. Seeking Allies: The motives behind the change of the Turkish foreign policy towards appeasement

62. The Post-Rouhani Era: The future of US-Iranian relations under Raisi

63. The Perfect Conflict The Russian strategy in Yemen

64. From Tectonic Shifts to Winds of Change in North Africa and the Middle East: Europe’s Role

65. Four Scenarios for the Iran Nuclear Deal

66. Turkey and Russia in Syrian war: Hostile friendship

67. Strategic Incoherence Continued: US Policy Towards Syria Under Biden

68. The Biden Foreign Policy Team

69. Turkey and Iran: Parallel Islam imperialist ambitions for the Middle East

70. Biden’s Eastern Mediterranean Agenda

71. Restoring American Bipartisan Commitment Towards Israel: A Moral Duty and Strategic Necessity

72. Why Pakistan won’t be next to normalize with Israel

73. Assessing the US strategy in Iraq

74. Reassessing Russian Capabilities in the Levant and North Africa

75. How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy

76. From Economic to Geopolitical Policy: The Middle East on the Silk Road

77. How Do International Sanctions End? Towards a Process-Oriented, Relational, and Signalling Perspective

78. A new Gaza: Turkey’s border policy in northern Syria

79. Narrowing Interests in the Middle East: Planning for Great Power Competition

80. Making Sense of the Sadrists: Fragmentation and Unstable Politics

81. A Plan to End the War in Syria: Competing with Russia in the Levant

82. U.S. Troops Injured in Altercation with Russian Forces: What It Means for the War in Syria

83. Iran’s foreign policy: Buying time until the US presidential elections

84. The Battle for the Soul of Islam

85. Greece and Israeli-Turkish relations

86. Sanctions by the Numbers: Spotlight on Iran

87. Russia's Foreign and Security Policy in the Middle East: Entering the 2020s

88. Understanding Russia’s Interest in Conflict Zones

89. US and Iranian Strategies for a Biden Administration

90. Status and Priorities for Lebanon’s Political Transition

91. After Qassem Soleimani: The Islamic Republic’s Strategy for the Arab World

92. The Middle East in an Era of Great Power Competition

93. Navigating Diplomacy: US Policy Options in Iran

94. The Human Cost of U.S. Interventions in Iraq: A History From the 1960s Through the Post-9/11 Wars

95. The Disaster in Lebanon and Challenge for the Biden Administration

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

97. Coronavirus: An Ethical Question in the US-Iran Showdown

98. Seven Ironies of Reconstructing a New Security Paradigm in the Gulf

99. A Thick Cloud in the US-Iran Climate

100. Moscow's Maneuvres for Mediterranean Bases and ME Markets