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Turkey’s interventions in its near abroad
Conflict and FragilityPolicy briefs
Qassem Musleh and Iraq's popular mobilization forces
Conflict and FragilityArticles
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The Securitization of Post-2011 Middle East Political Orders
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed
New challenges to Israel’s strategies of control
Conflict and FragilityAlerts
+2
The sticky webs of conflict & political order in the Middle East
Conflict and FragilityArticles
The YPG/PYD during the Syrian conflict
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers
EU policies and interventions in the Syrian and Iraqi civil wars
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers
+3
Blinking, biding or bombing?
Conflict and FragilityAlerts

Blinking, biding or bombing?

18 January 202110:49
Europe's options to address conflicts in the MENA region
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers
What Iran’s Leaders Really Think About Biden
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed
Like it or not: coercive power is essential to development
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed
The US, Iran and Europe go nuclear
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers

The US, Iran and Europe go nuclear

19 October 202010:00
The Kurdish question and Turkey’s new regional militarism
Conflict and FragilityPolicy briefs
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Iraq's adolescent democracy
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers

Iraq's adolescent democracy

15 June 202010:14
A Covid-19 upgrade of EU engagement in the Middle East
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed
Covid-19 and conflict in the Middle East
Conflict and FragilityPolicy briefs
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Security sector stabilisation and development in Libya
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers
EU options for dealing with the Assad regime
Conflict and FragilityPolicy briefs
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Capacity building by international peacekeeping missions
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers
+2
Iraq: How to deal with a state with four armies?
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed
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A paralysed status quo: expect more protests and violence in Iraq
Conflict and FragilityAlerts
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Who's afraid of Iraq's Hashd?
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed

Who's afraid of Iraq's Hashd?

16 September 201916:32
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The Hashd is dead, long live the Hashd!
Conflict and FragilityReports and papers
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It’s less about Iran and more about stability in the Middle East
Conflict and FragilityOp-ed
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