The proliferation of a regional economic bloc since the Abraham Accords is allowing the United States to consolidate its power in the Middle East.
From my article for Spheres of Influence With the 2021 U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland having recently come to an end, there…
It is glaringly apparent that investments into the war went to secure business opportunities and not peace; the conflict dragged on to continue…
Afghanistan’s seemingly perpetual instability in recent decades and the Taliban’s existence is the result of contemporary American foreign policy rather…
The decades-long decline of the Fatah party has proven to Palestinians that the PA is an obstacle, not a vehicle, for their national liberation.
From my article for +972 Magazine - It has been three decades since a U.S. president considered freezing aid to Israel. Progressives are now making sure…
From my article for Spheres of Influence As Israel’s brutal siege of Gaza continued to roar over Eid last week, immediate international efforts to bring…
Abbas’ ham-fisted attempt to reconsolidate his power in calling these snap elections has unexpectedly seen his rivals within Fatah pounce at this…
Vague allegations of a coup conspiracy in Jordan have rang louder-than-expected alarms across political actors in the region. Why?
....it has become apparent that Biden's administration does not intend to follow through on many of the progressive causes he championed
...it is easier for the American “Left” to shrug off responsibility and blame the brute contradictions of American Empire spilling at the cracks to…
We've grappled with the economic and political issues this pandemic has exposed, but what of despair?