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The Future of U.S.-GCC Security Cooperation and Regional Security in the Arabian Gulf
Sabahat Khan, Senior Analyst, INEGMA
May 20, 2014
The development of the Iranian threat and political uncertainties generated by the ‘Arab Spring’ have fundamentally impacted the geostrategic and regional security calculus of both the U.S. and states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) which include Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain. Overall, the absence of a shared or even common approach to more...
United Arab Emirates Foreign Aid: A Growing Success Story Based On Humanitarian Principles
Aleksandar Mitreski     
December 12, 2013

Protecting Libya's Lifeblood
Matthew Hedges             
November 04, 2013


Does The Key To Somali Capacity Building Reside In Clans?
Dr. Theodore Karasik           
October 9, 2013


U.S.-Iranian Detente: Risks Of Confining Accommodation To Nuclear Issues
Riad Kahwaji                    
September 30, 2013


The Dark Side of “Revolution” – The Arab Spring and State Fragmentation
Sabahat Khan                             
April 08, 2013

Defeating ISIS Requires Partnering with Arab Sunni States, Resolving Syrian Conflict, Engaging Iran to End Regional Sectarian Tension
Riad Kahwaji on September 11, 2014
The threat posed by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which calls itself now the Islamic State, has eclipsed that of its mother group Al Qaeda, and has prompted Western powers to come together to create an more...
U.S. Should Link Political Settlement in Iraq to any Military Strike to Avoid Sectarian War
Riad Kahwaji on June 17, 2014
The situation in Iraq is much more complex and dangerous than what appears on the surface. It is more than just a radical Islamic group making a surprise large assault and occupying a big chunk of the country.  more...
Hariri’s Return Strengthens Moderates but Incomplete without Rushing Arms to LAF
Riad Kahwaji on August 12, 2014
He is back,” was what most Lebanese said with a sigh of relief about the sudden return of Saad Hariri, former prime minister and leader of the largest parliamentary block. Even his arch enemies the Shiite  more...
Russia’s Emerging Defense and Security Doctrine: Impact on Europe and the Near East
Dr. Theodore Karasik & Dr. Heinrich Matthee on June 09, 2014
Last month, the Russian Ministry of Defense held the important MICS 2014 conference to announce what seems to be a new defense and security doctrine. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Russian Defense Ministry Chief more...

Strategic Balancing and Power Play in the North Caucasus - International Implications of the Rise of Chechnya Under Kadyrov
Matthew Hedges                          May, 06 2013


Implications of A Survivable and Opaque Iranian Nuclear Program
Sabahat Khan                             June, 21 2012


An Arms Buyback for Libya?
Anirudh Sivaram & Dr. Theodore Karasik
June, 02 2012




Drones: A New Chapter in Modern Warfare
Justin D. Wallestad & Dr. Theodore Karasik
October 17, 2011


Iranian Mining of the Strait of Hormuz - Plausibility and Key Considerations
Sabahat Khan                       January 21, 2010


Proliferation Assessment of Cruise Missiles in the Middle East
General Khalid Abdullah Al Bu-Ainnain
December 29, 2009