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EU members should recognize Palestine as a nonmember state of the United Nations to revive the peace process. | عربي
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Turkey simply can’t afford to keep regime change in Syria at the top of its foreign policy agenda.
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Carnegie experts assess the instability around the world and today’s foremost geopolitical hotspots—it’s much-needed sober analysis during heady times.