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Syrian Kurds as a U.S. Ally:

November 18, 2016

Policy Focus،

Mixed Messages:

April 20, 2016

Policy Focus،

Actions, Not Just Attitudes:

June 17, 2010

Policy Focus،

Slippery Polls:

April 11, 2008

Policy Focus،

Kuwait: Keystone of U.S. Gulf Policy

November 6, 2007

Policy Focus،

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Most Recent Analysis

Two-Thirds in Jordan Fear U.S.-Israeli Plans, But Domestic Issues Rank First

July 1, 2020

Egyptian Public Concerned About Internal Problems, Not Israel; Government Policies Rated Poorly, But Mixed Views on Protest

June 26, 2020

A Nation Divided: Palestinian Views on War and Peace with Israel

June 22, 2020

Covid-19 and Middle East Proxy Wars: The Storm Before the Calm?

April 29, 2020

Israeli Polls Show Corona Helps Re-Crown “King Bibi” for Now, as Some Social Attitudes Also Shift

April 23, 2020

Most Palestinians Want to Work With Israel Against Coronavirus, Though Nearly Half Think it Is Deliberately Spread

March 25, 2020

Most Jerusalem Palestinians Want Neither Israeli Rule nor Uprising Against It, as Silwan Neighborhood Stands Out for More Militant Views

March 13, 2020

Palestinian Public Resigned to Israel’s Election Outcome, Looks to Other Arabs Instead for Next Steps

March 6, 2020

Palestinian Majority Rejects Two-State Solution, But Backs Tactical Compromises

February 25, 2020

Palestinian Public Rejects Trump Plan But Prefers Calm, Practical Response

February 14, 2020

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