What is happening in the Middle East today? How do we make sense of it? Ezzedine Fishere, Egyptian writer, former diplomat, and Senior Lecturer at Dartmouth College, attempts to put the pieces together through a series of conversations with some of the region’s most seasoned experts. From scholars to diplomats, his guests, like him, have a deep personal connection to the region’s turbulent politics and are united in the search for a glimmer of hope in the big mess that the ME has become.
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Making Sense of the Middle East launched 5 months ago and published 6 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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