iQBriefs Submissions

iQBriefs Submissions

The familiar distinction between hard and soft power, which seemed a useful way to simplify the multidimensional dynamics of interstate influence in the century gone by, seems hopelessly insufficient to describe what is happening in the one we are in now.

The Living Quraysh

The Living Quraysh

The familiar distinction between hard and soft power, which seemed a useful way to simplify the multidimensional dynamics of interstate influence in the century gone by, seems hopelessly insufficient to describe what is happening in the one we are in now.

Marshall Plan for the Middle East

Marshall Plan for the Middle East

Considering the historical example of the Marshall Plan, this Middle East North Africa Forum at Cambride project onsiders the possible contours of a multilateral effort by the European Union, the United Kingdom, the United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council to reconstruct and stabilize the countries of the Arabian Peninsula, with particular support to Yemen, Syria and Iraq in a way that is both economically sustainable and conducive to the region’s long-term stability.