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Table of Contents
- Dialogue with Adversaries
- pp. 9-25
- The Syrian Opposition
- pp. 45-68
- Last Alliance Standing? NATO after 9/11
- pp. 93-106
- A Weakened EU's Prospects for Global Leadership
- pp. 107-115
- A Win-Win U.S. Strategy for Dealing with Iran
- pp. 121-138
- How Relevant Is the Iranian Street?
- pp. 151-162
- Understanding Iran's New Authoritarianism
- pp. 163-179
- Iran's Ethnic Tinderbox
- pp. 181-190
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