Europe should consider an overhaul of its Mediterranean policy
President Mahmoud Abbas might want to consider asking the UN General Assembly to seek advice from the International Court of Justice.
As European publics become more sympathetic to Palestine, the Palestinian leadership needs to renew its advocacy.
Blockade to ease, with severe oversight of rebuilding materials by Israel in what is basically an upgrade of Strip’s prison status.
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Following the Islamic State’s dramatic advances in Iraq the country’s future now hangs in the balance with the prospect of protracted sectarian conflict and break-up looming large.
How worried should neighbouring states be about the Islamic State’s expansionist rhetoric?
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Turkey stands apart from regional players by refusing to commit to combat missions against the Islamic State.
The biggest danger for Israel, as it is for some of its neighbours, is that the “Islamic State metastasising threat narrative” could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The Islamic State is deepening Kurdish reliance on external powers and is also having a significant impact on intra-Kurdish rivalries, strengthening the hand of the PKK.
Saudi Arabia is adamant that it has the unique knowledge, expertise, and legitimacy to effectively lead the effort to defeat the Islamic State.
Qatar has been plagued by accusations that of all the forces backing Syrian insurgents it is the most responsible for funding finding its way to the Islamic State.
Both Assad and his rebel opponents hope to leverage the US fight against the Islamic State to help them win the civil war.
A shift in trajectory away from confrontation to unprecedented co-operation among domestic actors geared towards combating the threat of extremism has helped Lebanon manage the threat posed by the Islamic State.
With a broad spectrum of Sunnis in Kuwait expressing sympathy for the Islamic State and the country serving as a hub for private donors backing the group few countries are more concerned by the rise of the Islamic State.
Since the Islamic State spectacularly took over Mosul in early June and declared an Islamic Caliphate on Syrian and Iraqi land, many Jordanians have worried that they will be next.