Tel Aviv Notes is the Moshe Dayan Center's bi-monthly analytical update on current affairs and regional developments in the Middle East. It has a regular distribution schedule on the 10th and 26th of each month. On occasion, as events in the region become breaking news, research fellows provide special editions of Tel Aviv Notes to keep our subscribers updated as events unfold. Currently, we have archived issues dating back to 2011. If you are looking for an older article, please contact us and we will be glad to assist.
Tel Aviv Notes - Contemporary Middle East Analysis
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MDC Researcher Dr. Harel Chorev analyzes the new strategic direction taken by Hamas as reflected in the latest escalation of violence.
MDC Researcher Dr. Joel D. Parker examines the situation of Syria's Christian minority, who are caught in the middle of a bloody civil war.
MDC Junior Research Fellow Duygu Atlas discusses the Alevis, Turkey's largest religious minority, and their tense relations with the state.
MDC Junior Research Fellow Rachel Kantz Feder discusses the various meanings ascribed to al-dawla al-madaniyah, the civil state, in the Middle East.
MDC Junior Research Fellow Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak discusses Recep Tayipp Erdogan, who remains the ultimate decision maker in Turkey, despite the various challenges to his legitimacy.
MDC Junior Researcher Michael Barak discusses the Sufi Al-Azmiyya order, which has been trying to position itself as major political and social force in Egypt.
MDC Senior Research Fellow Prof. Asher Susser discusses aspects of traditional society that continue to have an important role in Middle Eastern politics.
MDC Visiting Scholar Ahmet K. Han discusses the potential outcomes in the upcoming elections in Turkey.
MDC Visiting Scholar Konstantinos Zarras discusses ISIS, a group descending from al-Qa'ida with an enormous impact on Iraq and Syria.
MDC Senior Research Fellow Dr. Esther Webman discusses the situation of the various Islamist movements of the Middle East three years after the 'Arab Spring' uprisings.