Nicolò Donà dalle Rose
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Saudi Arabia's Syria Connection is Part of a Larger, Dangerous Trend For the Royal Kingdom

The unification of countries across the Arab world is coming to an end, and Saudi Arabia is paying a logical price for picking a more defined position in today’s chaotic Middle East

Even With Berlusconi in Jail, Sexism Would Still Thrive in Italian Politics

Whether Berlusconi ends up in jail or doing community service, his defeat still means nothing for Italy’s sexist political culture that will carry on.
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A Jordanian Ambassador's Guide to Understanding Politics in the Middle East

As the region experiences conflict, sectarianism, and institutional attrition, PolicyMic sat down with someone who can offer us valuable insights on observing the situation and its prospects.
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Obama's Syria "Solution" is a Defeat For the United States

One thing is clear: Obama’s projection of military and diplomatic power cannot compete with the regional dynamics that are moving the Syrian conflict.
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7 Moments in Modern Syrian History You Simply Have to Know

Syria has diverse and sophisticated relations with all of its surrounding countries. This may help explain it.
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7 Photos That Show Just How Long The U.S. Has Been Meddling in the Middle East

Photos of major American diplomats dealing with sketchy leaders should never surprise anyone. It's just how it has been working for the past 60 years.

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Jordan Elections 2013: The Middle Eastern Election No One's Talking About

Why Tuesday's municipal elections in Jordan are the most important testing ground for the recent events shaping the region.
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The Inside Story Of How Mubarak Escaped Life In Prison For Embezzlement and Murder

As a fragile Egypt continues to show internal divisions and struggle, the symbol of the very inception of the Egyptian uprising of 2011 was shown out of detention. Here is why.

7 Musical Artists Who Are Sparking Religious Debate

These 7 contemporary bands and artists have produced work that informs and contributes to the modern debate about faith and belief. Reaching the youth, music defies any conventional obstacle.
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Egypt Constitution: What You Need to Know

While timing is definitely key, Egypt cannot afford another divisive constitution and a weak judiciary built on top of it.
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The One Solution to Unemployment That Our Leaders Clearly Haven't Thought Of

The pending U.S.-EU trade agreement will be economically and socially beneficial. However, in the long run both sides of the Atlantic must address a more fundamental issue: education.

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Our Old Allies Are Starting to Change Their Minds About America

Europeans once viewed America as a beacon of freedom and opportunity, and a model for success. However, that perception has — perhaps irrevocably — changed.
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Libertarianism vs. Conservatism: Which Way Will Millennials Push the GOP?

Young libertarians and conservatives argued through a variety of issues at a Wednesday debate at the Cato Institute.
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The Biggest Problem In Egypt Nobody is Talking About

Egypt's stability won't just be determined by the struggle between the military and the Muslim Brotherhood. A functional judicial system is essential to reestablishing the rule of law.
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Rio Olympics 2016: Proof That Investments in Infrastructure Can Be a Waste of Money

Brazil must revisit the way in which it is allocating money to the Olympics. As thousands protest investment in sporting events, lamenting social hardship, politicians should listen.