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Regional Policy Overviews (RPOs)
Regional Policy Overview: Near East & North Africa - Recently Added Documents
This section contains the ten most-recently added documents to this Regional Policy Overview. The most recent updates are in bold type. All recently included items can also be found by the subject tabs above.
- [2 Aug 15] Press Availability with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Hassan Shoukry
John Kerry, Secretary of State
- [31 July 15] Background Briefing on Secretary Kerry's Trip to Cairo and Doha
Senior State Department Officials
- [28 July 15] Impact of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement
Hearing before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Subcommittee on National Security
- [22 July 15] Promoting U.S. Commerce in the Middle East and North Africa
Hearing before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa
- [14 July 15] 'Imperfect' Iran Accord Could Exacerbate Mideast Situation
Richard N. Haass. Council on Foreign Relations
- [13 July 15] The Arab-U.S. Strategic Partnership and the Changing Security Balance in the Gulf: Joint and Asymmetric Warfare, Missiles and Missile Defense, Civil War and Non-State Actors, and Outside Powers
Anthony H. Cordesman and Michael Peacock. Center for Strategic and International Studies
- [13 July 15] Israel-Hamas Talks: Hudna In Exchange For Lifting Of Closure
C. Jacob. Middle East Media Research Institute
- [June 15] 3RP Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan 2015-2016 in Response to the Syria Crisis: 3RP Regional Progress Report
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and United Nations Development Programme
- [Summer 15] Tunisian Women at a Crossroads: Cooptation or Autonomy?
Samar El-Masri. Middle East Policy Council
- [25 May 15] A Delicate Balance: The Regional Puzzle Surrounding Pakistan’s Decision to Stay out of Yemen
Ann Wilkens and Sudhanshu Verma. Afghanistan Analysts Network