Vol. 69 Nbr. 2, March - March 2016
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- Editors' foreword.
- The contagiousness of regional conflict: a Middle East case study.
- Exclusion and violence in post-2003 Iraq.
- A bitter pill to swallow: connections between Captagon, Syria, and the Gulf.
- Divesting from sectarianism: reimagining relations between Iran and the Arab Gulf States.
- Schrodinger's Kurds: transnational Kurdish geopolitics in the age of shifting borders.
- Youth, peace, and security: a new agenda for the Middle East and North Africa.
- A national strategic framework for countering violent extremism in Jordan.
- Situation of the Baha'i minority in Iran and the existing legal framework.
- America's Ronin refugees: forgotten allies of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
- The collapse of Saudi Arabia and the cataclysmic power shift in the Middle East.
- Iranian-American negotiations: an interview with Ambassador William J. Burns.
- Searching for a home: one man's story of survival in the Syrian Civil War.
- Too late for two states: the benefits of pivoting to a one-state solution for Israel and Palestine.
- The sins of our fathers.
- An insider's view.
- Islamism and its inclinations.
- Negotiating transition.
- The impact of the Muslim brotherhood on the changing face of the Middle East.
- Crackdowns and detainments: developing Egypt's media in the midst of the revolution.
- Peeling away Lebanon's immunity to revolution.