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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Daniel Zisenwine examines recent developments in Tunisian politics and the nature of its "success" seven years after the Arab Spring.
MDC Amira Margalith intern Ariella Kahan recaps the results of June 2018 Turkish elections and analyzes the road ahead for Erdoğan’s new government.
MDC Researcher Nir Boms and Karolina Zielińska discuss shifting demographics and humanitarian concerns in light of recent developments on the Israeli-Syrian border.
MDC Researcher Ronen Zeidel discusses the political uncertainty facing Iraq in the aftermath of the recent parliamentary elections.
Professor Michael Eppel analyzes the implications of the May 2018 Iraqi parliamentary elections for the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
MDC Researcher Joel Parker discusses Hizballah's influence in Lebanon in light of the recent elections.
Nuclear Development in the Arabian Peninsula: The United Arab Emirates – A Harbinger of Things to Come?
Yoel Guzansky examines the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) civilian nuclear energy program, and the broader potential for nuclear proliferation in the region in light of recent developments with the Iranian nuclear deal.
MDC Researcher Brandon Friedman analyzes how Turkish and Iranian interests in Syria and Iraq are diverging, despite their recent diplomatic "entente."
MDC Researcher Brandon Friedman analyzes the recent chemical weapons crisis in Syria.
MDC Junior Researcher Carl Yonker examines how the ruling Baʿth Party has evolved during more than seven years of war in Syria.