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Millions of people in the Middle East and elsewhere were forced to flee their homes in recent years. What they need most now is dignity.
Youth unemployment is a major driver of radicalization in Tunisia, which supplies more fighters to Syria and Iraq than any other country.
Latin America presents a promising opportunity to resettle some of the millions of Syrian refugees in camps and urban slums in Europe.
Despite incurring heavy losses, Hezbollah stands to gain from its participation in the Syrian civil war on the side of Assad.
According to Robert Ford, former US Ambassador to Syria, there is “not much” the United States can do to shape the outcome of the conflict.
The terrorist group aims to shrink the “grayzone”: the plane of coexistence between Muslims in the West and their non-Muslim countrymen.
JMEPP speaks with Gregory Aftandilian on the devastating battles for Aleppo and Mosul -and what’s next for Syria and Iraq.
Middle East Weekly explores the human cost of the White House’s approach to immigration policy, and what it means for U.S. foreign policy.
The Middle East is an arid region to begin with, but climate change is set to exacerbate the region’s water scarcity.
A propaganda war between the Iraqi government and ISIL is raging alongside the military campaign to retake Mosul.
Donald Trump has vowed to end US support for Syrian rebel groups, delighting backers of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The United Arab Emirates’ increased use of hard power could corrode diplomatic ties and weaken its position vis-a-vis regional adversaries.
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