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The Lines That Bind: 100 Years of Sykes-Picot

December 19, 2016

Policy Focus،

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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Iraqi Reactions to Soleimani’s Assassination

January 3, 2020

Kuwaiti Public, Including Shia Minority, Still Anti-Iran—but Wary of Conflict

January 3, 2020

New Saudi Poll Shows Just One-Fourth Back Moderate Islam or Count on the United States

December 19, 2019

Jordan’s Public Still Focused on Economic Problems, but Opposition has Little Support

December 16, 2019

GCC Security Issues, as Their Publics See Them: A Rare Look at Real Data

December 12, 2019

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December 4, 2019

Younger Palestinians More Moderate on Tactical Issues, But Not on Long-Term Peace with Israel

September 6, 2019

The Increasingly Right Stuff: Religious Parties in Israel’s Upcoming Election

September 5, 2019

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