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Orientalism and Iran: Why We View Iran the Way We Do

  • EU Slaps Iran on the Wrist

    01.16.19
  • A Case for Syrian Sovereignty

  • Israel’s Tunnel Vision is about Netanyahu as Much as it is about Hezbollah

    12.07.18
  • Trump Hopes to Change Iran’s Behavior

  • Syria: A Second Home for Hezbollah

    10.06.18
  • Regional Merry-Go-Round – While Key Issues Continue to Dog Lebanon’s Government in Formation, End to Syria’s Civil War in Sight

    08.20.18
  • Mimicking Rivals

  • Out with the Old and in with the New? Lebanon’s Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

  • Calling Assad the Milosevic of the Middle East is Not Unreasonable

  • Is War Between Israel and Iran Inevitable?

  • Jordan’s New Regional Role

  • Saudi Arabia’s Lebanon Gamble May Pay Off

    12.01.17
  • The Saudi Purge: The Parallel between Populism and Authoritarianism

  • The Middle East: It will Only Get Worse

    11.07.17
  • Lebanese Politician: Greatest Threat Facing Lebanon is Iran and Syria

  • Walking the Tightrope: Kuwaiti-Iranian Relations in the Aftermath of the Abdali Affair

  • Who Will Be the Heir to ISIS?

    05.09.17
  • Aleppo: Meltdown of Humanity

    12.16.16