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Cairo Review Articles​http://www.aucegypt.edu/GAPP/CairoReview/Pages/RssFeed.aspx​Cairo Review Article RSS Feed​Copyright 2014 - The American University in Cairo​No Exit: The Politics of Garbage in Lebanon​Nabeel Khoury​Jean Paul Sartre’s "No Exit", a play that was long ago staged in Arabic to entertain Beirut’s literati, captures the current dilemma: The way out of the morass is obvious but the political class in Lebanon, long trapped by their own selfishness and vicious internecine struggles, simply cannot leave their self-created inferno. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=883​What Do We Learn from the Iran Deal?​Rami G. Khouri​What lessons have we learned from the process behind getting the Iran deal through American congress? Perhaps not much new, but some clarity on old understandings of the relationship between the United States and Israel. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=882​The New Middle East, Iran Nuclear Deal and the Arabs​Nabil Fahmy​Nabil Fahmy says Arabs have to deal with the regional situation, including the Iranian deal, seriously and objectively. Simply making statements will not deter threats or safeguard interests. Egypt's former foreign minister calls for independent and concrete Arab proposals. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=881​War & Peace Over Lunch IIRami G. Khouri​Saudi Arabia and Iran could lead a bold diplomatic process to shape a Gulf-centric, Middle Eastern regional security architecture that is modeled on the Helsinki Process of a generation ago between the American- and Soviet-led camps. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=880​War & Peace Over Lunch​Rami G. Khouri​A delightful lunch in which I disagree with the fundamental premise that our region is largely defined by the confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia.