Why is Ahmad Zaidan, Al Jazeera’s Islamabad bureau chief, tacitly endorsing a terrorist organization? In an op-ed for Al Jazeera’s English website on June 2, entitled “Nusra Front’s quest for a united Syria,” Zaidan writes that the Islamist militant rebel group in Syria is distancing itself from Al-Qaeda and “positioning itself as the natural heir […]
About Rachael Hanna
Rachael Hanna, Harvard Class of 2016, is an Associate World Editor for the Harvard Political Review. Follow her @rhanna213.
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Bret Stephens is a foreign affairs columnist for The Wall Street Journal and serves as a member of the paper’s editorial board. He won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 2013. Harvard Political Review: You’ve written extensively in defense of Israel. When you write your column, is it with a mind toward persuading your audience or to provide […]
A candid on-the-record interview with Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, President of the Philippines, on the Muslim separatist problem in the Philippines and the most recent Golan Heights incident. The interview was held at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics to discuss Filipino foreign and domestic economic policy. You may access additional content by subscribing to our YouTube channel and […]
The United States is supporting, funding, and arming “terrorists.” Not through back channels, middlemen, Swiss bank accounts or CIA covert operations, but openly and publicly. The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) was designated as a foreign terrorist organization on October 8, 1997 by the U.S. Department of State after thirteen years of insurgency, including bombing attacks and kidnappings, […]