Emile Sahliyeh

Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of North Texas

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Associate Professor of Middle East Politics and International Relations at the University of North Texas and author of In Search of Leadership: West Bank Politics Since 1967 and Jordan: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy; American citizen of Palestinian descent

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