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: May 2015
Way to go Saudi Arabia! Two thirds of #Yemen without clean water, as outbreak of disease looms: Oxfam | Middle East Eye
Two thirds of Yemen without clean water, as outbreak of disease looms: Oxfam | Middle East Eye.
Say you’re a prominent US newspaper with a bureau in Beirut. You decide to run an article based on Israeli army claims that Hezbollah is wantonly militarizing villages in south Lebanon — to the extent that a single village of … Continue reading
The Gulf’s Failure in #Yemen-Carnegie Middle East Center – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The Gulf’s Failure in Yemen-Carnegie Middle East Center – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
How Yemen’s Civil Conflict Turned Into a Regional Proxy War | The Nation.
US begins training Syrian rebels in Jordan to become anti-Isis force | World news | The Guardian.