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.

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Jihadist Support for Rohingya puts Pakistan and China on the Spot

09.14.17
  • Tackling the Elephant in the Room: The Incestuous Relationship Between Sports and Politics

    09.14.17
  • BRICS Potentially Strengthens Trump’s Hand in Tackling Pakistani Support of Militants

    09.07.17
  • Gulf Crisis: Fighting it Out Down and Dirty

    09.05.17
  • Variations on a Theme: The Gulf Crisis Settles into a Family Squabble

    09.01.17
  • Trump Draws Geopolitical Battle Lines in South Asia

    08.27.17
  • China Contributes to Doubts about Pakistani Crackdown on Militants

    08.16.17
  • Gulf Media Wars Produce Losers, No Winners

    08.08.17
  • Playing with Fire: Trump’s Iran Policy Risks Cloning North Korea

    08.04.17
  • Strife in Jerusalem: Fears of Popular Revolts Bring Israelis and Arabs Together

    07.30.17
  • U.S. Moves Against Iran Raise Specter of Wider Regional Conflict

    07.23.17
  • The Gulf Crisis: A Battle of Megalomaniacs

    07.23.17
  • The Gulf Crisis: Fake News Shines Spotlight on Psychological Warfare

    07.18.17
  • Extremism Report puts the Saudis and May on the spot, Strengthens Qatar in Gulf Crisis

    07.09.17
  • Left with no Choice: Egypt Allows Fans to Attend International Soccer Matches

    07.08.17
  • Gulf Crisis Set to Get Worse

    07.01.17
  • Gulf Crisis Stalemate Fuels Fears in Muslim Asia

    06.30.17
  • Gulf Crisis Puts Future of Saudi Reforms and GCC in Doubt

    06.26.17
  • The Gulf Crisis: Grappling for a Face Saving Solution

    06.23.17