Cairo Review No. 35
A Nuclearized Middle East
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Begin by holding negotiations for a WMD-free zone to which Israel, Iran, and all Arab states are party
How one village was hit by the demands of sustainable development.
Q & A
Iranian foreign policy guru Seyed Hossein Mousavian discusses nuclear weaponization and the need for a multilateral security network in the Middle East
How Donald Trump trashed the post-Cold War international order
Where 70 years of nuclear history have led the region…
Liberal arts education has major benefits for student growth and transformation as exemplified by the United States’ university system and Al-Azhar University’s original learning model
Countries across the Middle East are building or have already started operating their nuclear power plants. To assess how “resilient” their nuclear energy systems are, one must look at a number of important risks and factors
Understanding how North Korea circumvents sanctions offers key insights into the world of WMD finance—and ways to stop other would-be proliferators
The decline of the United States is mirrored in the rise of Russian and Chinese nuclear energy reactors being built across the Middle East and beyond
Over the past forty years, Iran has written the book on Lebanization and using non-state actors in interstate warfare
A core group of civil society members together with international experts and diplomats is at the forefront of an initiative to create a zone free from Weapons of Mass Destruction