Middle East

About this Issue

One of the most volatile regions in the world, the Middle East is a major focus of U.S. foreign policy. One reason is that the Middle East provides much of the world’s oil and natural gas. Another is that many of the international terrorists targeting the U.S. are from that area. And another is that Israel, the U.S.’s strongest ally, is in that region. EMET educates Congress about Israel and the rest of the nations of the Middle East.

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Afghanistan, Iraq and the End of a Delusion
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The Abraham Accords and the End of Arab Romanticism
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The Twenty Years Confusion
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Lights Out in Kabul
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The Iran-US Middle East Dance
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With Tunisia, the Arab Spring Comes a Full Circle
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The Pitfalls of Palestinian Exceptionalism
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Israel’s Headache Named Qatar
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Symbolic Warfare in the Middle East
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The Arab World’s Reaction to Attacks from Gaza