Can Bahrain’s Opposition Work with the New Parliament?

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Technically speaking, the new Bahraini parliament and the opposition, led by al-Wefaq, should be able to have a behind-the-scenes relationship. The pa...
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Lebanon's Biggest Fight Is Yet To Come

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This has without a doubt been one of the most difficult years for Lebanon in recent history. The tiny country, which tried remaining neutral toward the atrocities and implications ...
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Democracy and U.S. Interests in the Middle East

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American support for democratic values in the Middle East both hurts and helps U.S. interests. It can hurt U.S. interests by constraining policy options in negative ways. For examp...
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