James Dorsey is a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, a syndicated columnist and the author of the blog, The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer. A veteran, award-winning foreign correspondent whose career focused on ethnic and religious conflict, James focuses at RSIS on political and social change in the Middle East and North Africa, the impact of change in the Middle East and North Africa on Southeast and Central Asia and the nexus of sports, politics and society in the Middle East and North Africa and Asia.
Author Archive | James Dorsey
Pakistan at a Crossroads as Imran Khan is Sworn In
James Dorsey 08.18.18
Amid Ethnic Protests, Iran Warns of Foreign Meddling
The Uyghur Militant Threat: China Cracks Down and Mulls Policy Changes
Yemen War Challenges Saudi Moral Authority
James Dorsey 08.12.18
Saudi Arabia and Iran Woo Imran Khan
James Dorsey 08.10.18
Multiple Diplomatic Spats Raise Questions about Saudi Concept of Sovereignty
James Dorsey 08.08.18
Can the U.S. Make Iran Sanctions Stick?
James Dorsey 08.05.18
Big Power Competition in the Eastern Mediterranean: Is Trump Missing the Point?
James Dorsey 08.03.18
Talking to Rouhani: Is Trump Shooting from the Hip or Following a Script?
James Dorsey 08.02.18
Despite Concerns, China Sees a Potential Ally in Pakistan’s Imran Khan
James Dorsey 07.31.18
Lack of Global Leadership Spurs Instability in the Middle East
James Dorsey 07.28.18
Saudi Oil Shipment Halt: A Potential Watershed in the Yemen War
James Dorsey 07.26.18
Saudi-UK Media Tie-up: Targeting the Non-Arabic-Speaking Middle East
James Dorsey 07.22.18
Russian Hackers: The Shadowy World of U.S. and Gulf Hacks Just Got Murkier
James Dorsey 07.18.18
Xinjiang: Pan-Turkism Fuels China’s Hearts-and-Minds Campaign
James Dorsey 07.13.18
Xinjiang: China Ignores Lessons from the Past
James Dorsey 07.11.18
James Dorsey 07.10.18
The Battle for Iran: Policy or Regime Change?
James Dorsey 07.06.18