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Biden’s plan to revive Iran talks could calm the Middle East...

Muqtedar Khan, University of Delaware When the Taliban recently voiced its hope that Donald Trump would win a second term because he would withdraw U.S....

Iran’s secular shift: new survey reveals huge changes in religious beliefs

Pooyan Tamimi Arab, Utrecht University and Ammar Maleki, Tilburg University Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution was a defining event that changed how we think about the...

Israel suspends formal annexation of the West Bank, but its controversial...

Dov Waxman, University of California, Los Angeles Editor’s note: In a historic agreement announced by President Trump on Aug. 13, Israel has suspended its plan...

With the US and Iran on the brink of war, the...

President Donald Trump’s policy toward Iran is in deep crisis. The president’s approach has the support neither of America’s allies nor of its strategic...

Don’t let your vote get stolen – 5 essential reads about...

Jeff Inglis, The Conversation As the 2020 election season heats up, there will be a massive number of people competing for your vote. Only some...

Cultural studies key to national security

Nicholas Tampio, Fordham University After the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, a commission formed to figure out why the attacks occurred. One of the culprits,...

Arms sales to Saudi Arabia give Trump all the leverage he...

Terrence Guay, Pennsylvania State University Among Donald Trump’s many unusual characteristics as president is his frankness. Last week, after the disappearance and apparent torture...

Why is Saudi Arabia suddenly so paranoid?

James L. Gelvin, University of California, Los Angeles In the past, Saudi Arabia depended upon its enormous oil wealth and the United States for its...

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