Mohamad Bazzi

New York University

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Lebanese-American Mohamad Bazzi is an associate professor of journalism at New York University, where he teaches international reporting. He is a former Middle East Bureau Chief for Newsday.

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People carry the body of Muhammad Mansour recovered from under the rubble of a house destroyed by a Saudi-led air strike in Sanaa, Yemen.

Congress calls for end to US support for Saudi-led war in Yemen

People carry the body of Muhammad Mansour recovered from under the rubble of a house destroyed by a Saudi-led air strike in Sanaa, Yemen.

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As President Trump prepares to visit the Middle East, his credibility as a foreign policy partner may have been compromised.

Trump faces Middle East realities ahead of trip

As President Trump prepares to visit the Middle East, his credibility as a foreign policy partner may have been compromised.

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We’ve just heard what world leaders are discussing in terms of how to deal with the growing threat from ISIL, but here’s the question that lies behind everything that’s happening now:…

The Allure of Extremism

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