The Middle East

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Elhanan Miller
| 17.02.2019
Hamas: From opposition to government
Having established its rule in Gaza, Hamas portrays
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Elhanan Miller
| 11.02.2019
Hamas and the Arab Spring
Hamas has not recognized Israel or laid down
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Ayelet Levi
| 30.10.2018
The Arab World Debates Women’s Service in the Military
In recent years, multiple Arab countries have encouraged
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Katie Wachsberger
| 29.10.2018
Living on the Kingdom’s Edge: Political Dissident in Saudi Arabia
Money does not always buy political consent. Khashoggi'
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Tami Chapnik
| 17.09.2018
Writers Leading the Way for Politicians
The Huriya affair erupted at a time when
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Ayelet Levi
| 21.08.2018
Burkini or bikini?
Women’s clothes, and especially head covers, are debated
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Noam Zitzman
| 13.08.2018
Egypt: Nothing Lasts Forever
Despite the measures undertaken to suppress it, public
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Liora Sion
| 08.08.2018
Trump, UNRWA and the Dangerous Palestinian Refugees
Since coming into office, the Trump administration moved
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Elizabeth Tsurkov
| 10.07.2018
The Breaking of Syria’s Rebellion
The Assad regime is winning the war in
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Marzouq Alhalabi
| 08.07.2018
A Kingdom Under Pressure: External Threats and Domestic Discontent
Jordan took in all the outcasts created by
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Inbal Nissim-Louvton
| 01.07.2018
Driving under Regime Guardianship
The images of Saudi women are on the
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Eran Tzidkiyahu
| 22.06.2018
Hamas: A Movement in Flux
Hamas is a bitter enemy of Israel, and
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