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Tel Aviv Notes - Contemporary Middle East Analysis
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Dr. Sadiq J. al-Azm discusses the factors that produced the Syrian Civil War.
MDC Junior Researcher Joyce van de Bildt evaluates the way that the trials of Morsi and Mubarak actively contribute to the collective memory of Egyptians of their past regimes.
MDC Researcher Dr. Ronen Zeidel discusses the new Iraqi government.
MDC Senior Researcher Professor Ofra Bengio discusses the effect of the Islamic State on cementing a Kurdish state.
Ph.D Candidate Idan Barir analyzes the unique and precarious position of the Yezidi community in Northern Iraq, in the wake of the ISIS offensive there.
MDC Researcher Dr. Ronen Zeidel explores the challenges facing the newly formed Iraqi government.
MDC Researcher Dr. Mira Tzoreff discusses Egypt's policy considerations regarding Hamas.
MDC Research Assistant Ben Mendales discusses the potential challenges facing the Shi'i minority within Egypt.
Dr. Elisheva Machlis discusses the prospects for Nuri al-Maliki's government in light of the threat posed by ISIS.
MDC Researcher Dr. Ronen Zeidel discusses ISIS's presence in the Sunni regions of Iraq.