Shibley Telhami

Shibley Telhami is Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland and Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Saban Center of the Brookings Institution.


Five years ago, the Arab state was the problem.  Now it is seen as the solution.


The Arab public seems to prefer Washington to Qaddafi. How long can that last?

A deliberate American drive to isolate regimes only prolongs their lives. 

By blaming Israel for the Hariri assasination, Nasrallah is winning the propaganda war.

Arabs may fear Iran, but America and Israel aren't far behind. And Ahmadinejad is more popular than Obama.

Do Arab governments want to see a military attack on Iran?

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April 17, 2014