Centre for the New Middle East

 

The Centre for the New Middle East is a one-stop shop designed to provide opinion-leaders and policy-makers with the fresh thinking, analytical research and policy solutions required to make geopolitical progress in one of the world’s most complicated and fluid regions.

Established following the fallout from the Arab Spring, the Centre is dedicated to monitoring political, ideological, and military and security developments across the Middle East and providing informed assessments of their wide-ranging implications to key decision makers.

Going Ballistic: Responding to Iranian Missile Advances

Beyond Compliance: Iran and the JCPOA

Egypt, Hamas and Islamic State’s Sinai Province

An Alternative to the French Peace Initiative

The Iran Deal a Year On: Assessing Iranian Ambitions

How the Iran Entente Caused the Syria Crisis

Confronting Human Rights Abuses in the Palestinian Authority

The View from Tehran’s Twilight Zone

Towards a Coherent Western Policy on the Syrian War

Tehran’s Servants: Iraq’s Shia Militias Emerge As The Key Armed Forces Facing IS in Iraq

A Flawed Deal: An Assessment Of The Iranian Nuclear Agreement

Hamas Today: An Assessment of Alliances and Capabilities

The Iranian Nuclear Programme: Practical Parameters for a Credible Long-Term Agreement

‘Demilitarising Gaza: Principles, Pitfalls and Implementation’

The Arab Spring: An Assessment Three Years On

Terrorism and Islamism in the MENA region

Added Value: Israel’s Strategic Worth to the European Union and its Member States

Marginalising Egyptian Women

Al-Qaeda’s Global Footprint: An assessment of al-Qaeda’s Strength Today

‘Christians in Syria: Separating Fact from Fiction’

“Will the Hashemite Monarchy Survive the Arab Spring?”

“Unity or PYD Power Play?: Syrian Kurdish Dynamics After the Erbil Agreement”

Moderates or Manipulators? Tunisia’s Ennahda Islamists

Inside the Beltway: Was Iraq Worth it?

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