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Irina Tsukerman

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Irina Tsukerman graduated with a JD from Fordham University School of Law in 2009 and received her BA in International/Intercultural Studies and Middle East Studies from Fordham University in 2006. Her legal and advocacy work focuses on human rights and security issue, mostly in Muslim countries. She is also involved in diplomatic outreach and relationship-building among different communities.

Hegemons and Leftist Populism

The biggest winners of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's landslide victory in Mexican elections have been Russia and Iran. While the ground may have been ripe for Lopez Obrador's success thanks to the reactionism to Donald Trump's...

Will Russia Break Down the Anti-Terrorism Quartet and Destroy its Alliance with the West?

Anyone watching the recent developments in the Middle East will note, that despite the Trump administration's assertive moves to counter Iran's aggression - through reimposition of nuclear sanctions, as well as imposition of sanctions...

Realigning Post-JCPOA Diplomacy: Breaking off European Players

oday's report that President Trump is to impose a complete ban on all German luxury cars comes as a shock, particularly since today his aluminum and steel tariff on some of the US's closest allies -...

Head of Muslim World League Discusses Holocaust with Jewish Audience in NY, Leads KSA’s...

On April 25, the American Sephardic Federation and the Conference of Presidents of Jewish American Organizations hosted Dr. Muhammad Al Issa, the head of Mecca-based NGO, the Muslim World League, for a discussion on...

Iran To Undermine Elections in Kurdistan With Help from Ex-Obama Staffers

The Iraqi elections taking place in May now come with a twist. Within the last few days, several people in the Jewish social circles in New York have received curious and urgent invitations to go...

Summit of the Americas and Venezuela’s Domino Effect

The Summit of the Americas which brings together Washington with its hemispheric partners for a weekend political retreat this year was a major missed opportunity. The Western allies spent the weekend arguing with Cuba and Bolivia...

Iran is Expanding Its Reach Beyond the Middle East – And Is Grasping At...

The presence of Iran's intelligence and security services in Europe is growing. From the the spies of the Al Quds forces to assassins, European countries are experiencing direct intervention of the Islamic Republic, previously...

Will the Saudi Outreach to Iraq Slow Down Iran’s Bellicose March?

With the building of the land corridor from Iraq to Syria, Iran has reached a new stage in its expansionist plan for colonizing or tributizing the region. Tehran has grown close to Baghdad; the militias it...

How South Africa’s descent into the Heart of Darkness is Enabling State Hegemons

The latest decision by South African lawmakers to start the process of amending the Constitution to allow for expropriation of land from white farmers without having to compensate them is only the latest in a series...

How Terrorist Organizations and State Actors Carry Water For Each Other

Several seemingly unrelated events in various hotspots around the world may help with understanding the bigger picture of how terrorists organizations and state actors clear way for each other, further destabilize war-torn regions, and...