The Middle East

The Forgotten Genocide

December 20, 2017 Brian Davis 0

This article appeared in another outlet and has been republished with the author’s permission. By Brian Davis The third day of August, 2014 is an unforgettable date for Iraq’s Yazidi religious minority. On this fateful […]

The Middle East

Kurdish Opposition Leader Arrested

December 19, 2017 Jackson Richman 5

By Jackson Richman This story has been updated with reaction by the State Department. Amid protests by Kurdish citizens, outraged by years of unpaid public sector salaries and austerity, opposition leader Shaswar Qadir of the New […]

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Countering the Anti-Embassy Move Crowd

December 14, 2017 Isaac Simon 0

By Isaac Simon The United States decision to move their embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem represents a shift in American foreign policy in the Middle East on many fronts. For many, myself included, the […]

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‘Jerusalem, Israel’ May Now Appear on Passports

December 6, 2017 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman On Wednesday, President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. formally recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. This announcement exemplified a Supreme Court decision regarding recognition of sovereign entities, specifically, that such a power […]