Tag Archives: Middle Eastern Policy

Juan Cole Interview — Podcast September 8, 2014

Whatever Happened to the Arab Spring? Professor Juan Cole on the Continuing Aspirations of the Millennial Generation in the Middle East: Dr. Juan Cole, Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan, expert on Middle Eastern affairs, and … Continue reading

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Paul Lenze Interview — Podcast March 26, 2012

The Last Resort: Middle-East expert Dr. Paul Lenze, of Northern Arizona University, talks with Democratic Perspective co-hosts Michael Cosentino and Stephen Williamson about the consequences of military actions against Iran, consequences which have often been overlooked or downplayed by powerful advocates in the … Continue reading

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Why Military Action In Iran Has To Be Option Of Last Resort.

To address the Republican-led drumbeat for war with Iran, Democratic Perspective turned to Middle Eastern expert, Dr. Paul Lenze of Northern Arizona University. We started by asking Dr. Lenze about the history between Iran and the US. “The bad blood … Continue reading

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