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Eurasia Security Watch - No. 161
Bulletins - October 30, 2007
 

Second thoughts in Gaza; New interest in nuclear power; A warning from Hezbollah; The Kazakh navy comes of age...

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1505
Bulletins - October 17, 2007
 

Russia without checks and balances;
Putin's former colleague takes over Transneft

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 160
Bulletins - October 10, 2007
 

Denuclearizing Syria; The Gulf's security conundrum; The IAF enters the political fray; Hunting for Hezbollah's arsenal; A legal reshuffle in Riyadh...

 
Iran, The Rainmaker
Articles - October 1, 2007
 

Ever since its start six years ago, the United States has been waging the War on Terror chiefly on the Sunni side of the religious divide within Islam. The principal targets have been Al-Qaeda and its affiliates. As recently as September 2006, the White House’s counter-terrorism strategy was still focused overwhelmingly on the Bin Laden network and its offshoots, which were seen as the vanguard of “a transnational movement of extremist organizations, networks, and individuals” threatening the United States. By contrast, the vision articulated by the president in his 2007 State of the Union Address is substantially broader. It encompasses not only Sunni extremists, but their Shi‘a counterparts as well. And, for the first time, it clearly and unambiguously identifies not just “terrorism” but a specific state sponsor — the Islamic Republic of Iran — as a threat to U.S. interests and objectives in the greater Middle East.
 

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 156
Bulletins - August 9, 2007
 

The "axis" victorious?; A new competitor for Muslim "hearts and minds;" In Jerusalem, another vote of no confidence; Toward a new Central Asian definition of terrorism...

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 154
Bulletins - July 17, 2007
 

Israel: Zero hour approaches; Curbing the virtue committee; Web fears in Damascus; Riyahd's duplicitous role; Al-Qaeda: Back in action...

 

 
Goodbye To Europe
Articles - July 11, 2007
 

A storm is brewing along the Bosporus. Since late April, when Turkey’s military issued a not-so-subtle threat to intervene in national politics to curb the power of the Islamist government, the country has been mired in political crisis. The current turmoil has everything to do with Turkey’s deepening religious-secular divide.

 
Signs of Iranian Troublemaking Are Everywhere
Articles - July 9, 2007
 

Just what does Iran have to do in order to get the attention of the United States? That question must be on the minds of officials in Tehran these days. After all, their regime has embarked upon an audacious -- and very public -- strategic offensive throughout the greater Middle East. But officials in Washington, preoccupied with flagging poll numbers and the ongoing insurgency in Iraq, don't seem to be taking notice.
 

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 153
Bulletins - July 2, 2007
 

A strategic reorientation in Israel; The Iranian hand in Iraq; A rising tide of conflict;

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 152
Bulletins - June 22, 2007
 

The rise of "Hamastan;" Saudi counterterrorism in the age of the internet; Turkey steps away from the ESDP; The Syrian-Iranian symbiosis...