Commentary | 12 April 2010

Interlocking crises strangle Middle East

In this opinion piece in The Australian, Gilles Kepel, Philippe Roman chair in history and international relations at the London School of economics, and professor and chair in Middle East Mediterranean Studies at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris, writes that the Middle East has three linked problems to solve in its pursuit of stability and peace.Gilles Kepel

  • Gilles Kepel

In this opinion piece in The Australian, Gilles Kepel, Philippe Roman chair in history and international relations at the London School of economics, and professor and chair in Middle East Mediterranean Studies at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris, writes that the Middle East has three linked problems to solve in its pursuit of stability and peace.Gilles Kepel

  • Gilles Kepel