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Shireen T. Hunter
Shireen T. Hunter

Shireen T. Hunter is a Research Professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. Her latest book is Iran Divided: Historic Roots of Iranian Debates on Identity, Culture, and Governance in the 21st Century (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014).

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Demonising and dehumanising Iran

11 April, 2019

Comment: For 30 years, there has been a systematic effort in the US to demonise not only the Islamic regime, but Iran and its people, writes Shireen T. Hunter.

Peace in the Middle East: Federalism, not territorial disintegration

05 September, 2016

Comment: Much has been said about redrawing Middle East borders along ethnic, linguistic or sectarian lines, but the wholesale breakup of existing states not the answer, writes Shireen Hunter.

Resolving the Karabakh conflict

13 April, 2016

Comment: Easing Armenia's sense of geographical and ethnic isolation is dependent of a number of factors, says Shireen T Hunter.

Muslim radicalisation in Europe: roots and resolution

02 December, 2015

The Paris bombings have highlighted the dangers many European countries face from a small number of highly radicalised young Muslims and the need to tackle this risk immediately.

Shireen T. Hunter
Shireen T. Hunter

Shireen T. Hunter is a Research Professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. Her latest book is Iran Divided: Historic Roots of Iranian Debates on Identity, Culture, and Governance in the 21st Century (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014).

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