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Aside the war in Yemen, the Arabian Peninsula has been a relatively calm
part of the Middle East. A sharp conflict over Qatar’s alleged sponsorship of
terrorism threatens to add it to the long list of dangerously unstable countries
in North Africa, Sahel zone, Horn of Africa and the Middle East. Europe and the United States have big stakes
in avoiding this scenario.
Prince Michael of Liechtenstein
The wars in Syria and Iraq have been a magnet to thousands of foreign fighters causing global concern over a new wave of transnational terrorism. Recruiting, training and the financial support for these pipelines of warrior extremists is big business and pose a threat not only to the countries at war. These ‘pipelines' have the potential to flow into new or existin...
Dr. James Jay Carafano
President Mohamed Morsi is a figure the West finds hard to evaluate. But, there is only one Mr Morsi and he has only one policy - the West just does not understand what it is. This report looks at Egypt’s president, examines his commitment to the Muslim Brotherhood and considers what factors are motivating his policies.