ISSN 2330-717X
Ahmed E. Souaiaia
Prof. Souaiaia teaches at the University of Iowa with joint appointments in International Studies, Religious Studies, and the College of Law. He is the author of the book, Contesting Justice. Website: http://www.ahmedsouaiaia.com. Opinions expressed herein are the author’s, speaking as a citizen on matters of public interest; not speaking for the university or any other organization with which he is affiliated.

Website: http://www.ahmedsouaiaia.com

Articles by Ahmed E. Souaiaia :

The Failings Of The Process Of Drafting And Adopting The Egyptian Constitution – Analysis

The most convincing argument for rushing the vote on the new constitution is that having a new constitution will move

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Recognizing New Syrian National Coalition Alone Won’t End War In Syria – Analysis

Those who doubt Lakhdar Brahimi’s assessment of the crisis in Syria ought to rethink their position. His ostensibly naïve initiative

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Why Do Arab Rulers Want A Ceasefire In Gaza But Not In Syria? – OpEd

On average, over one hundred people, many of whom are civilians, have died every day in Syria for the past

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U.S. Middle East Foreign Policy Needs Upgrade – OpEd

The third presidential debate in the United States’ race focused on foreign policy. In reality, there was no real debate.

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Why Is The US-Islamic World Relation So Fragile? – OpEd

President Obama offered renewed hope when he promised to usher in an era of mutual respect with the Islamic world.

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Analysis 

Why Did The Syrian Crisis Slow Turkey’s Rise? – Analysis

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Up until two years ago, Turkey’s status and influence were the envy of its neighbors. It was enjoying a thriving

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Can Non-Violent Resistance And Armed Rebellion Co-Exist? – Analysis

With two superpowers emphatically vetoing three UNSC resolutions on three different occasions, the world could not be more divided about

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End Of Populism In Syria: It’s About Rights, Not About Getting It Right – OpEd

The Arab Spring has provided scholars and analysts with a laboratory to observe radical social change. Tunisia and Egypt taught

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Proxy Wars: Is US Supporting Al-Qaeda-Like Groups In Syria? – Analysis

For the second time in several months, Russia and China have vetoed a UNSC resolution concerning Syria. The double veto

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