They’re ready to profit from a more open economy.
Grievances against the nuclear deal have a natural constituency.
Washington can butt in between Riyadh and Cairo.
Ideological differences don’t beat mutual interests.
Tokyo and Seoul need to break their cycle of ups and downs.
Erdoğan isn’t promoting anti-U.S. sentiment—but he’ll exploit it.
Forget Sykes-Picot: the Battle of Marj Dabiq is what drew the modern map.
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