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Haddad Cited in AP News Story

Haddad Cited in AP News Story

A March 25, 2011 AP news story on Syria's protests cites Bassam Haddad, "The start of the protests' outbreak far from the urban centers makes Syria's uprising like Tunisia's, in which protests in the peripheries spread to the cities.... That doesn't necessarily mean the regime is in danger."

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Hadddad on Syria in Bloomberg.com

Hadddad on Syria in Bloomberg.com

The March 26, 2011 news section of Bloomberg.com quotes Bassam Haddad on Syria. “The regime has made a decision based on and in anticipation of further demonstrations that would require repressive measures ....”

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Why Syria is Unlikely to be Next...for Now

Why Syria is Unlikely to be Next...for Now

As millions of Arabs stir their respective countries with demonstrations and slogans of change and transition, certain Arab states have been generally spared, including some oil rich countries and Syria.

Haddad Published by Al-Jazeera

Haddad Published by Al-Jazeera

Al-Jazeera, an international news source, recently published an opinion piece on the balance of power in the Middle East by Dr. Bassam S. Haddad. Dr. Haddad is the Director of the Middle East Studies Program at George Mason University.

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Katz on US Options in Yemen

Katz on US Options in Yemen

The Daily Star, an international, English daily newspaper, recently published an article by Mark N. Katz, a professor with Mason's Public and International Affairs Department.

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 Placeless Laws and Lawless Places

Placeless Laws and Lawless Places

The Middle East Studies Program hosts Laurie King, anthropologist and Georgetown University professor, for a lecture on universal jurisdiction and multi-site ethnography. Thursday, October 7, 2010

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