Raz Zimmt follows the online discourse of Iranian reformists trying to stir public opposition to the political oppression of activists against the regime in light of the new restrictions on former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami.
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Adam Hoffman analyzes the recent show of mass-surrender among ISIS combatants, as seen in Hawija and al-Raqqah, and how images of the defeat serve efforts against the organization.
Is political Islam in Egypt in its twilight days? The dismantlement of the 'Building and Development' Party of the Islamic Group
Michael Barak analyzes the recent dismantlement of the "Building and Development" party and what it means for the Egyptian political arena. In Hebrew.
Arik Rudnitzsky examines changes in the historiography of Arab society in Israel and shows how new contributions highlight the elements of resistance that prevailed among the Arab population in the years following the establishment of the state.
Paul Rivlin analyzes the consequences of the recent KRG loss of oil fields in the Kirkuk region following the September 2017 independence referendum.
Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman has published an article in the peer-reviewed journal, "Nationalism and Ethnic Politics."
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Dr. Nahum Shiloh investigates how Africa has become an arena for the expression of Saudi -Qatari rivalry. In Hebrew.
Ankara’s Muted Response to the Kurdistan Region’s Independence Referendum and the International and Regional Context
Kurdistan24 Washington D.C correspondent Dr. Laurie Mylroie contributes with an article focusing on the September 2017 Kurdish independence referendum.
Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak analyzes the latest crisis between the United States and Turkey, traces the roots of the rift between Turkey and the West, and explains the current Turkish foreign policy conception.