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Tel Aviv Notes - Contemporary Middle East Analysis
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Guest scholar Aymenn J. Al-Tamimi explains the origins of the Islamic State's "Sinai Province."
MDC Researcher Dr. Itamar Radai explains the local and regional dimensions of recent tension between Muslims and Druze in Israel.
Guest scholar James M. Dorsey, senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, explains the recent soccer violence in Egypt.
Junior Researcher Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak explains the evolving role of Diyanet, the office of religious affairs, in Turkey.
MDC Researcher Dr. Daniel Zisenwine assesses recent political developments in Tunisia, 4 years after the ouster of President Ben 'Ali.
MDC Researcher Dr. Brandon Friedman analyses Russia's increasing projection of power and influence in the Middle East, where it undermines Western policy in order to advance its own objectives.
MDC Researcher and Head of Africa Studies Dr. Irit Back analyzes the successes and failures of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development in mediating conflicts in East Africa.
Tel Aviv Notes: An Alliance between Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State on the Lebanese-Syrian Frontier?
MDC Researcher Dr. Joel D. Parker provides analysis of the implications of a potential alliance between Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State.
Dr. Sadiq J. al-Azm discusses the factors that produced the Syrian Civil War.
MDC Junior Researcher Joyce van de Bildt evaluates the way that the trials of Morsi and Mubarak actively contribute to the collective memory of Egyptians of their past regimes.