April 5, 2017
Michael Hudson, CCAS Emeritus Professor of Arab Studies and International Relations, writes in Fortune that the U.S. should be wary of aligning too closely with any particular regional player in regard to the 9/11 lawsuits.
February 13, 2017
On February 8, CCAS' Joseph Sassoon spoke at the World Bank about his book Anatomy of Authoritarianism in the Arab Republics. A video of the talk is available.
January 3, 2017
CCAS' Prof. Fida Adely is quoted in Christian Science Monitor for her research on women and education in the MENA.
October 31, 2016
CCAS Professor Marwa Daoudy's article in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs presents her research on Syrian-Turkish relations, building on the idea of a structure-identity framework.
October 21, 2016
CCAS' Marwa Daoudy speaks to Orient News TV on Syria.
September 29, 2016
Jordan hosts hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. But the kingdom is also temporary home to thousands of Sudanese and Somalis fleeing wars that are decades old. A team of MAAS and Georgetown students led by Rochelle Davis investigates the hierarchies of aid in situations of protracted displacement.
September 12, 2016
As part of Georgetown's Global Futures Initiative, CCAS Professor Marwa Daoudy discusses the need for a radically new environmental and social contract in the era of climate change.
August 23, 2016
CCAS Professor Noureddine Jebnoun published a chapter on state and religion in the aftermath of the Arab uprisings in the new book Constitutionalism, Human Rights and Islam after the Arab Spring.
June 17, 2016
CCAS Professor Mohammad AlAhmad writes for Brookings about the crisis of higher education in Syria that he has witnessed firsthand. Translated by MAAS alum Will Todman ('16).
May 13, 2016
Dr. Joseph Sassoon talks to Newsweek about the cult of personality in the 2016 presidential campaign.