Robert Satloff
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Oslo at 25: Looking Ahead
The Myth of “Failed” Peace

The much-maligned Middle East peace process has been a great success from the U.S. perspective. If we hold fast to its founding principles, its best days are yet to come.

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A Call for Clarity
Words Matter in the Fight Against Islamism

We must be clear about the distinctions between Islam, political Islamism, and violent Islamism.

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After the deal
Unfinished Business from the Iran Nuclear Debate

As the clock counts down to implementation, the U.S. needs to move quickly to correct the flaws and close the loopholes of the JCPOA.

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The Middle East
Misanalysis Makes a Mess

U.S. policy in Syria is failing because the Obama Administration is prioritizing the urgent (rolling back ISIS) over the truly important (Iran and Russia).

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Iran Deal
No Room for Improvement

Why does the Obama Administration insist that the Iran deal is perfect as is? 

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