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Seraj Assi

Seraj Assi holds a PhD in Arabic and Islamic Studies from Georgetown University, where he currently serves as a visiting researcher in Middle East Studies.

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EU and GCC: No union too sacred to fail

11 July, 2017

Comment: GCC nations share a language, culture and relatively homogenous ethnic makeup, yet it is unlikely to last as long as the European Union has, writes Seraj Assi.

When Franklin D Roosevelt met Ibn Saud

27 June, 2017

Comment: FDR understood the strength of the Saudi king's opposition to Israel's creation, and these sentiments still dominate debate, despite warming relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel, writes Seraj Assi.

When Franklin D Roosevelt met Ibn Saud

26 June, 2017

Comment: FDR understood the strength of the Saudi king's opposition to Israel's creation, and these sentiments still dominate debate, despite warming relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel, writes Seraj Assi.

The Nakba: 69 years old and still destroying lives

15 May, 2017

Comment: For many Palestinians, Israel's stubborn denial of the Nakba continues to pose an obstacle to lasting peace and historical reconciliation, writes Seraj Assi.

Call it what you wish, it amounts to Apartheid

07 April, 2017

Comment: The Hebrew term, 'Hafrada' meaning 'segregation' has rapidly dropped from official Israeli rhetoric, apparently to avoid association with the notorious term 'apartheid,' writes Seraj Assi.

Seraj Assi
Seraj Assi

Seraj Assi holds a PhD in Arabic and Islamic Studies from Georgetown University, where he currently serves as a visiting researcher in Middle East Studies.

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