Shiite Muslims

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Pakistan and Qatar: Constraints and Dilemmas

  • Conflicting Fundamentalisms and Shi’ite Political Power

  • Are you a Sunni or a Shia? It Does Matter for the U.S.

  • The Battle for Mosul is Too Little, Too Late in the Fight Against the Islamic State

  • Retaking Mosul: The Illusion of Peace

  • Even if Mosul is Liberated, it won’t be the End of Islamic State

    10.17.16
  • Murder and Militias—Iraq’s Sunni-Shiite Plan After ISIS

  • The Middle East Needs a Westphalian Moment not New Borders

    06.07.16
  • ISIS: Muslims’ Chance for Reformation

    02.16.16
  • A Blame Game: The Worst Thing Iran and Saudi Arabia Can Instigate

  • Saudi Arabia’s Shrewd Gamble

    01.14.16
  • Religion for the Sake of Realism: Iran and the Arabs

  • U.S. Policy on the Islamic State: Retying the Gordian Knot

  • What Future Awaits Yemen?

  • Baqir al-Nimr’s Death Sentence Could Inflame Middle East Tensions

  • Bahrain’s Daesh Dilemma

  • The Rise of ISIS: Who’s to Blame?

  • Beheadings are the Middle East’s Twisted Ice Bucket Challenge

    09.18.14
  • America Pivots Back to the Middle East

    09.09.14