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Mohammed Ayoob
Adjunct Scholar
9/1/2013
Was the US-led war on terror, especially the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, a necessary response to the September 11 terrorist attacks? What did the two invasions accomplish? How have the fortunes of al-Qaeda and like-minded organizations been affected? The authors of this important contribution to ongoing debates address these questions as they assess the impact and implications of the war on terror for the Middle East, for Europe, and for the United States itself.... » read more
Azeem Ibrahim
Fellow
8/29/2013
The country has become the center for a regional proxy war and a battleground for the two leading branches of Islam. Sunnis and Shias must build upon common humanity instead of warring in pursuit of meaningless power for their sect.... » read more
8/28/2013
Are the rules associated with sharia static and unchanging? If not, what does it take to reform them? Asifa Quraishi-Landes explains how and when Islamic legal reform is possible, and what is at stake in such an undertaking. ... » read more
Radwan Ziadeh
Fellow
8/26/2013
The West can no longer afford to give the Assad regime impunity. Airstrikes and a no-flight zone should begin at once.... » read more
8/23/2013
For the Taliba­n, Mursi’s ouster only reinfo­rces their belief that politi­cal author­ity is a functi­on of milita­ry force.... » read more
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