Middle East

Trump’s 5 Middle East peace illusions and Kushner’s mission impossible

Aaron David Miller, Opinion contributor Published 6:00 a.m. ET Sept. 1, 2017 There’s nothing wrong with trying to make peace. But Trump needs to stop talking about an ultimate deal. It’s not possible now. Jared Kushner and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem in June 2017.(Photo: Israeli Government Press Office via epa) I don’t envy Jared Kushner. Having spent ...

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The future of Iranian power in the Middle East  |  Ricochet

August 31, 2017 In this AEI Events Podcast, Vice Admiral (Ret.) Mark Fox and Lt. Gen. Thomas J. Trask discuss how Iran pursues its foreign policy goals and conducts warfare in the Middle East. Both guests, along with AEI’s Frederick W. Kagan and J. Matthew McInnis, explain how they expect to see Tehran expand its methods in coming years. The ...

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Christian Population Threatened Across Middle East

NEW YORK (ChurchMilitant.com) – In the face of war and persecution, Christianity is withering across much of the Middle East. A new study by the Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA), a papal agency for humanitarian and pastoral support, paints a bleak picture of the state of Middle Eastern Christianity: Free clip from CHURCH MILITANT PremiumWATCH MORE LIKE THIS Christian communities ...

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Your Guide to Getting Promoted at Work in the Middle East

Step 1: Work hard, seriously. (Shutterstock) You may know that you always should dress for the job you want, not the job you have. But positioning yourself for a higher role takes more than the appropriate attire. It is a combination of having the right qualification and skills combined with a record of achievements and potential. These 7 Job Roles ...

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European, African leaders agree to address Mediterranean migrant crisis

File photo of refugees arriving in Italy after being rescued in Mediterranean (AFP) Europe’s “big four” continental powers and three African states agreed on a plan Monday to tackle illegal human trafficking and support nations struggling to contain the flow of people across the desert and Mediterranean sea. The 28-nation European Union has long struggled to reach a coherent answer ...

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Swisslog Middle East appoints new general manager

Swisslog Middle East, an intralogistics provider, has appointed Alain Kaddoum as its new general manager and added three new members to assist in bringing its robotic and data-driven intralogistics vision to life. Swisslog Middle East is part of Switzerland-based Swisslog Warehouse & Distribution Solutions (WDS). The new leadership and growing team will play a critical role in supporting ...

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Startup MGZN – No Sin Snacks Coming to the Middle East

During her MBA exchange at MIT in 2013, the Russian Elena Shifrina has been trying to stay fit and healthy and was trying to avoid bad food choices. She ate the healthy snacks in the student cafeteria instead. Elena got inspired by the little bars packed with energy and healthy ingredients and decided to establish her own company to produce ...

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