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El Observador del Mundo Árabe | ECFR Madrid

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El Observador del Mundo Árabe

Esta semana, El Observador del Mundo Árabe habla del incremento de las sanciones económicas de Irán; la disputa de las tres islas del Golfo entre Irán y Emiratos Árabes Unidos; las mujeres tras la Primavera árabe; los principales actores en la oposición de Siria y la creciente implicación de Turquía; los refugiados kurdos en Irak; el candidato presidencial egipcio Aboul Fatouh; Argelia después de las elecciones parlamentarias; el potencial surgimiento de un Irán más democrático; Hollande y Teherán, las conversaciones nucleares en Bagdad; el aumento de las exportaciones palestinas al mundo árabe; y la discusión sobre si Túnez debe pagar las deudas acumuladas por el ex presidente Ben Ali.

The Region

On Israel and Iran:

  • In The Independent Patrick Cockburn argues that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyhu’s threats to bomb Iran have served both Israel and the US

On Island disputes in the Gulf:

  • Nima Khorrami looks at the prospects of a resolution of the island dispute between Iranand the UAE for AlJazeera

On women in the Arab world:

  • Barbara Slavin explores the setbacks and gains for women in the region since the Arab uprisings for ALMonitor


On the Syrian opposition:

  • The Foundation for European Progressive Studies has published a detailed report on all the main players in the Syrian opposition by Aron Lund

On outside players in the Syrian crisis:

  • In The Washington Post Karen DeYoung and Liz Sly look at the changing dynamics of theSyria crisis in light of reports of arms and money being supplied to Syrian rebels

On Kurdish refugees in Iraq:

  • In Asia Times Samer Muscati  writes about the growing number of Syrian Kurds who are fleeing to Northern Iraq


On the presidential candidate Aboul Fotouh:

  • Shadi Hamid takes a closer look at Aboul Fotuh’s chances of being elected president and explores the role of Islam in Egyptian politics for Foreign Policy:
  • Nancy A. Youssef writes for McClatchy about Aboul Fotouh


On Parliamentary elections:


On Iran’s nuclear programme:

  • Haaretz highlights a report from Rand, a US think-tank, that advises against a US or Israeli strike onIran ($)
  • In AlMonitor Shabi Mossavit looks at the impact that French President Hollande will have on the E3 + 3 nuclear talks with Iran in Baghdad next week
  • In The National Afshin Molavi argues that Iran needs to be given a face-saving way out of the nuclear talks


On Palestinian exports:

  • In AlMonitor Danny Rubenstein comments on the shift in export markets for Palestinian goods


On Tunisia’s debts:

  • Raphaël Kempf explores discusses whether Tunisia should pay its debts accumulated by former President Ben Ali for Jadaliyya
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