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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.

How Iran and Her Proxies Use Western Resources to Promote Their Agenda

Part of Iran's success in pursuing the Islamic Republic's aggressively expansionist agenda rests in relative impunity, explained by the recalcitrance of Western societies to take a hardline in pushing back against Iran's advances. The...

GCC and the Gulf Crisis: Is Yemen Part of the Real Reason for the...

Since the beginning of the standoff between Qatar and the anti-Terrorism Quartet (ATQ) (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt), the GCC council has been struggling to go on as if one of its members has not...

US Should Help Break Up the Tehran-Doha-Ankara Triangle Before Gulf Crisis Engulfs All of...

While the US remains dormant to the developments in Africa, with the exception of engaging in counterterrorism operations, such as the recent raid against Al-Shabaab in Somalia, which freed child prisoners, state actors are amplifying their...

Hunting for Hizbullah: The Latin American Adventure

After a recent expose of the Obama administration turning a blind eye towards Hezbullah collaborating with drug cartels in Latin America to bring drugs into the United States, the Trump administration vowed to go after Hezbullah and formed...

Rolling Back Iranian Expansionism Means Contending With A Rising Russia

NSA McMaster is turning towards rolling back Iranian expansionism, now that ISIS appears to be nearly finished. What exactly the strategy will entail is not yet clear, but at the very least it should...

The Gathering at the Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies Leads To An Unexpected Discovery

This year’s meeting of the Society for crypto-Judaic Studies took place at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia on November 5-7, and featured a odiverse gathering of traditional and independent scholars, researchers, and...

Coming Back to Puebla

I have just returned from my first visit to Puebla, the central purpose of which was to attend Andres Roemer's fantastic festival "La Ciudad de las Ideas",  (Nov. 16-19), which focuses on bringing together...