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Ending the legacy of Sunni-Shia violence

May 29th, 2013, Comment & Analysis

The Muslim world, it must be remembered, does not exist in a vacuum or in a world without Others. Lest we forget, the developments in the Muslim world today are taking place in an overcrowded world where other faith communities exist and where other external variables come into play as well.

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Erik Brattberg

Visiting Fellow at Johns Hopkins University

July 10th, 2012, Afghanistan, Danish, Defense and Security, English, Europe, French, German, International Relations, Iraq, Israel, North America, North America, Northern Ireland, Norwegian, Politics and Governance, Spanish, Swedish, Terrorism, USA, War and Conflict


Erik Brattberg is a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington D.C. He is also a Research Associate at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Stockholm.His research interests include European foreign and security policy, global security governance and transatlantic [...]

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Interview with Charles Kupchan: Fraying European Unity

July 10th, 2012, News & Articles

Charles Kupchan

Europe is experiencing its worst major economic and political crisis since World War II, says CFR Europe expert Charles A. Kupchan. While the recent summit lays out “steps that at least for now appear to be calming the markets and pushing Europe in the right direction,” says Kupchan, there’s a real question about whether Europe’s publics are ready for further integration.

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Abdallah Schleifer Egyptian Presidential Elections Analysis

June 28th, 2012, Comment & Analysis

Mohamed Morsi, president of Egypt

CAIRO, EGYPT – Professor Abdallah Schleifer weighs in on Egypt’s presidential election results through his exclusive interview with Global Experts. The following conversation was conducted over Skype.

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The Outcome and Challenges of the Egyptian Presidential Election

May 30th, 2012, Comment & Analysis

Oliver McTernan

The results of the first round of the presidential election has left many Egyptians with a sense of uncertainty over the future direction of their country. The choice for president is now between two men, who represent, in the eyes of many Egyptians, polarizing positions.

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MEDIA ALERT: Egyptians vote in presidential election

May 23rd, 2012, Media Alerts

First phase of the 2012 Egyptian Presidential Elections begins

CAIRO, EGYPT – Egyptians vote in the first presidential election since Mubarak’s ousting last spring. First round voting began today and will run through Thursday. Thirteen candidates are on the ballot.

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