Tag Archives: Lebanon

A Leaderless Global Order?

Should regional players combine to give the United States a much-needed reprieve from global disorder?

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How Muslims View the West

How do the differing mindsets of Westerners and Muslims explain tensions between the two groups?

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The Future of the Middle East

How has the Middle East changed over the last decade — and what does the future hold for the region?

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An Opening for Peacekeepers in Israel?

Is Israel finally overcoming its objections to international peacekeepers?

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Europe’s Peacekeeping Nightmares

How will Europe react to the changing nature of its peacekeeping role?

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Syria: The Long Road to Democracy?

Can a united group of Syrian opposition parties usher in democracy in their country?

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Measuring the Arab World: Check the Christian Barometer

Are free elections truly a good measure of freedom and democracy in the Middle East?

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Countdown to Build a Real Society — A Manual in Eight Steps

How can countries achieve economic reform and civic involvement?

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