Category Archives: The Middle East

Angry Groups: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Understanding Angry Groups Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Their Motivations and Effects on Society Susan C. Cloninger and Steven A. Leibo, Editors With the assistance of Mohammad   Amjad In today’s society, we see angry groups in many forms—from animal rights and climate … Continue reading

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Navigating Ethnic Politics in the Persian Gulf

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ISIS and the New Middle East?

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The Stakes in Iraq August 2014

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“Israel, Hamas & the People of Gaza”

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America’s Blood Debt to Iraq June 2014

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On America’s International Identity: Beyond Exceptionalism

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