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11/13/2019· Foreign Affairs - Geopolitics

Learning lessons: Protesters Stay One Step Ahead of Rulers

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

There’s a déjà vu feeling to this year’s wave of protests across the Arab world. It’s not that this year saw the toppling of the leaders of Algeria and Sudan as a result of popular revolts, a harking back to the 2011 protests that overthrew the leaders of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen.

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10/17/2019· Foreign Affairs - Geopolitics

Challenging The World Order: Erdogan Wants Right To Develop Nuclear Weapons

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

Brinkmanship may be his trademark, but Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan is unlikely to provoke the ire of the international community by launching a nuclear weapons program. Yet, his demand that Turkey have the right to do so highlights the fracturing of the rules-based international order as well as changing regional realities.

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10/16/2019· Foreign Affairs - Geopolitics

Hints Of Gulf Rapprochement: Iranian Tactics May Be Paying Off

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

Fears of a potential military conflict with Iran may have opened the door to a Saudi-Iranian dialogue against the backdrop of a rethink of US military logistics, involving at least a gradual partial relocation to the United States of command and control operations based in the Gulf for almost four decades.

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9/13/2019· Recreation & Sports

Death of Female Iranian Soccer Fan Puts FIFA and Asian Soccer Body in the Dock

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

When Sahar Khodayari this week set herself alight in front of a Tehran courthouse, she indicted world soccer body FIFA, its Asian regional group, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), and their presidents, Gianni Infantino and Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa.

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9/10/2019· Foreign Affairs - Geopolitics

A Bird's Eye View of Asia: A Continental Landscape of Minorities in Peril

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

A bird’s eye view of Asia produces a picture of a continental landscape strewn with minorities on the defensive whose positioning as full-fledged members of society with equal rights and opportunities is either being eroded or severely curtailed.

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