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Navigating the Troubled Waters of the Maritime Middle East: A Strategic Dialogue with Admiral Gary Roughead

The Phoenix   In a recent episode of the American Center for Levant Studies’ podcast, “The Phoenix Podcast,” hosted by Joel Rayburn and Rania Kisar, a thought-provoking dialogue unfolded with Admiral Gary Roughead, former Chief of Naval Operations and commander of the Pacific Fleet. This conversation offered deep insights into the complexities of the maritime

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“The Kiss of Biden” and Foreign Policy in Erdoğan’s Re-Election

by Michael Doran May 2023 Pity Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu. The Turkish opposition candidate faced an impossible challenge: running for president with American lipstick on his cheek.    Call it the kiss of Biden. In 2020, when Joe Biden was a candidate for president, he told the editorial board of the New York Times that he favored working with “elements

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Time is Ripe for Snap Back Sanctions on the Iranian Regime, the Weakest Link in the Beijing-Moscow-Tehran Alliance

Time is Ripe for Snap Back Sanctions on the Iranian Regime, the Weakest Link in the Beijing-Moscow-Tehran Alliance By Dr. Samir Altaqi After establishing their quasi-total hegemony over the power centers in Iran, the hardliner leadership of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is sinking into a multilayered crisis. Facing tremendous hardships, the Iranian people seem far

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