Month: July 2012

A Muslim or a Robot?

Last week I wrote a rather controversial article that perhaps many readers with only a fair political science background require more clarification to understand what I mean by what I wrote. I mentioned that, in general, I see Middle Easterners… Read More ›

Between reform and revolution: Sheikh Qassim, the Bahraini Shi’a, and Iran by .@Alfoneh of .@AEI

Original Article Here The political stability of the small island state of Bahrain—home to the US Navy’s Fifth Fleet—matters to the United States. And Sheikh Qassim, who simultaneously leads the Bahraini Shi’a majority’s just struggle for a more democratic society… Read More ›