Madawi Al-Rasheed

London School of Economics and Political Science

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Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science's Middle East Centre, studying Arab migration, globalization, religious trans-nationalism and gender

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In Sweden today, President Obama shifted responsibility for punishing Syria -- "I didn't set a 'red line,' the world set a red line" – and said the credibility of Congress is on the…

Is the Syrian Crisis about More than Chemical Weapons?

In Sweden today, President Obama shifted responsibility for punishing Syria -- "I didn't set a 'red line,' the world set a red line" – and said the credibility of Congress is on the…

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