Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Originally posted on Politics Reconsidered:
Today marks an important date in the Egyptian Revolution and its aftermath. Nicola Pratt, Reader of International Politics of the Middle East and the current recipient of a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship, looks at progress so…
“At least 70 Americans have either traveled to Syria, or tried to, since the civil war started three years ago, according to the intelligence and counter-terrorism officials — a figure that has not previously been disclosed.” Syria Militants Said to … Continue reading