Sharmine Narwani

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Are al-Qaeda Affiliates Fighting Alongside U.S. Rebels in Syria’s South?

If forced to choose, Israel prefers the presence of terrorist groups to Iranian influence.
Sharmine Narwani June 25, 2018

Get Ready for the New Middle East Battlefield: The Golan

Last week's exchange of missiles on the Syrian-Israeli border forebodes the greatest danger of Mideast war in seven years.
Sharmine Narwani May 16, 2018

How American Media Spin-Doctored the Iranian Protests

A new poll suggests the demonstrations were not about Iran's foreign policy.
Sharmine Narwani February 12, 2018

Mideast Peacemaking is No Longer Made-in-America

The U.S. lost the military gamble in Syria; now it appears to be ceding its diplomatic edge, too.
Sharmine Narwani December 8, 2017

Mideast Peacemaking is No Longer Made-in-America

The U.S. lost the military gamble in Syria; now it appears to be ceding its diplomatic edge, too.
Sharmine Narwani December 8, 2017

Hezbollah is Not a Threat to America

‘Trumped’ up charges to get at Iran won’t work
Sharmine Narwani November 3, 2017

Israel’s Geopolitical Gut Check

A once favorable balance of power has shifted, clipping Tel Aviv's wings.
Sharmine Narwani September 6, 2017
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