Guest author Dr. Yoel Guzansky analyzes the efforts in the UAE to develop nuclear capabilities. In Hebrew.
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MDC Researcher Brandon Friedman analyzes how Turkish and Iranian interests in Syria and Iraq are diverging, despite their recent diplomatic "entente."
Former MDC Research intern Mauro Primavera analyzes the ways that corrupt businessmen are capitalizing on the bloody Syrian conflict.
Timur Akhmetov analyzes the factors leading to increased Russian-Turkish cooperation.
Guest author Yasmine Hasnaoui analyzes the role that the United Nations has taken in solving the seemingly intractable Western Sahara conflict.
MDC Researcher Brandon Friedman analyzes the recent chemical weapons crisis in Syria.
Ariel Koch follows the online activities of al-Qa'ida, with an emphasis on its presence on the encrypted messaging network Telegram, as part of its preparations for again becoming a leading player in the global jihad arena.
From Worker Street to Mosaddegh Street: The Struggle over the Collective Memory of Iranian Prime Minister Mosaddegh
Raz Zimmt examines the discourse surrounding the intention of the Tehran City Council to name a street after former Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh, reflecting the tension between an Islamic-religious identity and a secular-national identity that characterizes Iranian society.
Michael Barak reviews the positions of Egyptian social media users regarding the publicized arrest of an opposition leader, and the threat of arrest against students accused of having contact with him.