Musa Al-Gharbi

Musa al-Gharbi is a cognitive sociologist affiliated with the Southwest Initiative for the Study of Middle East Conflicts (SISMEC), where this article was originally published; readers can connect to al-Gharbi’s other work and social media via his website: www.fiatsophia.org

The Great Awokening and the Stillborn Revolution

Want to Shake Up Status Quo? Account for the Default Effect

Why Trump Could Win in 2020

The Democratic Party Is Facing A Demographic Crisis

Hillary Clinton Will Lose to Donald Trump

ISIL Can Be Defeated

Understanding Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions

On the Meaning of Being Muslim

Why Arming the Syrian Insurgents is Self-Defeating

The Incoherence of the Philoveritors

The Real Contest for Egypt Has Been Won, Now the Spectacle Begins

Chronicling the Egyptian Counter-Revolution

The Semantics of Revolution

Red Lines Drawn with Syrian Blood

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