Middle East

Arab Public Opinion: It Matters

by jeremyzelinger
May 02

Jeremy Zelinger, IGL Staff Member, attended Dr. Shibley Telhami's talk on April 29, 2014 at Tufts University


Shibley Telhami, the Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland, visited the Institute for Global Leadership this Wednesday to lecture on his new book, The World Through Arab Eyes: Arab Public Opinion and the Reshaping of the Middle East (Basic Books, 2013).


Telhami argued that public opinion in the Middle East and North Africa is an overlooked variable in explaining the region’s events. He also advised students students about their specific research interests in the MENA region.


Jan 02

Greetings from Cairo

by tuftsigl

By Student Researcher Isabel Weiner, EPIIC 2014


Nov 18

After Oslo

by tuftsigl

Written by Jeremy Zelinger, IGL Teammember


Nov 11

The Untold Story in the Middle East

by tuftsigl

Written by Jeremy Zelinger, former IGL student and current teammember


Feb 11

NIMEP Turkey Trip Reflections

by tuftsigl

In January 2013, seven students from the New Iniative for Middle East Peace (NIMEP) travelled to Turkey to investigate topics ranging from Turkey-Iraq relations and Turkey's role in the Syria crisis, to journalism and censorship.

Jan 09

May the Snake Which Doesn’t Bite Me Live a Thousand Years

by admin

Written by Kristin McConnell '15, PPRI Member


Nov 14

Preparing for Turkey

by admin

One of the main objectives of the New Initiative for Middle East Peace (NIMEP) is immersive education.

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