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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Dr. Micha'el Tanchum discusses India's troubles in accomplishing its goal of counter-balancing Chinese, Pakistani and Russian influence in Central Asia.
Junior Researcher Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak discusses the deteriorating Israeli-Turkish relations as an expression of Turkey's "independent global power policy".
Research Fellow Irit Back discusses the Somali terrorist organization's deadly attack in Kenya.
Prof. Uzi Rabi and Dr. Brandon Friedman discuss Saudi Arabia's outlook on the agreement to destroy the Asad's regime's chemical weapons stockpile.
Senior Research Fellow Eyal Zisser examines the Syrian conflict in light of the possible American strike.
Guest contributor Giora Eliraz compares Indonesia's successful transition to democracy with Egypt's experience since 2011.
Senior Research Fellow Asher Susser analyzes the major powers in Egyptian politics after the 'Arab Spring', the military and the Muslim Brotherhood, and the role of democracy in the recent events.
Senior Research Fellow Prof. Ofra Bengio examines the shifting relations between Turkey and the Kurds.
Dr. Joel D. Parker discusses the symbolic role of the destruction of urban spaces and historical sites in Syria.
Guest contributor Haggai Erlich discusses an additional challenge Egypt is facing: Ethiopia's dam on the Blue Nile, which provides about four-fifths of Egypt's water supply.