Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak analyzes the motivations behind Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's inflammatory speech on 8 May 2017.
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MDC Researcher Brandon Friedman explains the Trump administration's approach to foreign policy and its influence on the diplomatic process to wind down the Syrian war.
Adam Hoffman takes a look at how some Syrian social media users viewed the American missile strike in Syria.
Michael Barak analyzes the outrage expressed by Palestinians against the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhun, tempered by the reluctance by some segments to condemn the Assad regime itself.
Raz Zimmt argues that Iranians are opposed to the chemical attack in Syria but are doubtful of U.S President Donald Trump's policy.
Head of Africa Studies Dr. Irit Back analyzes the increasing importance of African regional and continental organizations and alliances in the solving of local problems. In Hebrew.
Ronni Shaked and Itamar Radai explain the context and significance of the Palestinian participation in the fourth season of the Arab Idol competition, whose winner was Bethlehem native Yacoub Shahin.
Ceng Sagnic discusses the potential for shifting political alliances in post-referendum Turkey
Guest contributor Nick Danforth, of the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington D.C., analyzes the future of US-Turkey relations after the April 2017 constitutional referendum in Turkey.
Working Paper No.1 critically examines the textbooks commonly used to teach about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in university classrooms.