Social and Humanitarian Concerns
Erdogan's Backsliding: Opposition to the KRG Referendum
Taking God Seriously: The Struggle against Extremism
Negotiating Crisis: International Aid and Refugee Policy in Jordan
Tunisia's Jihadi Problem and How to Deal with It
The Southern Transitional Council: Implications for Yemen's Peace Process
The Four Waves of Global Jihad, 1979-2017
Michael M. Gunter, ed.
The Kurds, who are often referred to as the world's "largest stateless" nation, have rebelled numerous times in the past century against repressive and assimilationist policies in four key Middle Eastern states: Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria.
Assistance Funding to Syria: For Development or Strife?
New Approaches to Israel-Palestine Peace: Can Regional Powers Make a Difference?
Defining Christian Palestinianism: Words Matter