Netanyahu’s Israel is a Teetering Balancing Act
Netanyahu will find it increasingly difficult to balance the survival of his government against the preservation of his political legacy.
The Long Road to a Substantive Settlement in Yemen
Opportunistic Strategies in Times of Crisis: The Syrian Government’s Pursuit of Power and Recognition Amidst Civil War
The recent earthquake serves as a compelling instance of the Syrian regime’s propensity to exploit disasters for its own gains
What Does ISIS’ Survival Tell Us About Countermeasures?
Why has ISIS has been able to survive and display “a resilient insurgency” despite the international community’s efforts to eradicate the group?
How the Taleban’s Second Emirate is Transforming Afghanistan
Libya Can Move Past Its Current Political Deadlock, But It Will Take Work to Maintain Any ‘Deal’
Any path toward sustained peace and stability for Libya will require leaders to deliver dividends to the Libyan people for their confidence and support—first and foremost in the form of basic security, and beyond that, in overall governance reforms and economic development.
Book Review: “A Fledgling Democracy: Tunisia in the Aftermath of the Arab Uprisings” by Mohamed Zayani, ed.
Professor Mohamed Zayani’s edited book explores Tunisia’s democratic transition and its challenges in the aftermath of the Arab Uprisings.
Attacks from Within and Without: Threat Perceptions from Israel
A crisis that could escalate into war can originate from Israel’s domestic as well as regional international environment alike.