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

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:…

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