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Adam Ereli

Adam Ereli is founder and principal of Iberoamerican Consulting Corporation, a strategic advisory firm based in Washington. He served as a diplomat in the Middle East for 24 years and was U.S. ambassador to Bahrain from 2007 to 2011

The United States Should Rethink Human Rights

The United States Should Rethink Human Rights Human rights have been a central pillar of U.S. foreign policy ever since 1976, when Congress passed legislation...

Where North Meets South

The affairs of man are determined by geography.  Europe, Africa and the Arab world meet at the Straits of Gibraltar. This pivotal choke point...

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