The 21st century Middle East

The challenges posed by an unraveling region demand fresh thinking and a new set of policy tools.

By UZI RABI
June 23, 2015 17:46
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EVER SINCE the “Arab Spring,” the Middle East has been spinning in a giddy vortex.

Alongside major political and social upheavals, there has also been a dramatic shift in geo-political alignments. And although it is impossible to make a coherent forecast of what lies ahead, one thing is abundantly clear: the tried and trusted conceptual frameworks and modus operandi of the 20th century are no longer valid.

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