Mohammed Ayoob is a University Distinguished Professor of International Relations, Michigan State University, and Adjunct Scholar, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. He is also the author of The Many Faces of Political Islam: Religion and Politics in the Muslim World (University of Michigan Press, 2008)
Turkey’s interim passage to anarchy
The current mayhem, if it continues, is likely to once again tempt the military top brass to stage a coup and take...
Implications of the preliminary Iranian nuclear deal
Recognition has dawned that the potential pre-eminent state in the region, Iran, and the globally pre-eminent state,...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaEndgame: the United States and Iran
What stands in the way of Iran and the US cooperating openly to meet twin threats of Sunni extremism and state...
Palestine, Israel, and the United States: Reframing the dominant narrative
It is time that this Palestinian narrative is given equal weight with the Israeli narrative in the American...
What Iran must learn from Turkey
What the Iranian elite needs to learn from Turkey is how to rescue Islam from the state