Europe has little wiggle room to keep Iran deal alive

In this week's Monday Briefing MEI experts discuss a range of issues, including Europe's scramble to salvage the Iran nuclear deal following the U.S. withdrawal, the arrest of women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia, a push in the U.S. Congress to enact sanctions on Turkey, and Iraq's efforts to form a new government following last week's parliamentary elections.

Hadi's political chaos may hamper Yemen talks

President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi’s own struggle for political legitimacy stems from the same complexities of Yemeni politics that some Yemeni officials claim its coalition partners fail to comprehend.

Video: Chemical weapons in Syria

In this short video, Charles Lister explains how chemical warfare has been effectively normalized in Syria, and why the world must urgently re-enforce the norm against their use.

Gaza fails to capture world's attention

Between North Korea, the U.S.-China trade war, and the looming Israel-Iran showdown in Syria, Gaza is once again cast aside.

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