Training the COVID-19 Cohort
Tehran Paints Over Its Anti-American Murals
The city’s old public art showed a United States to be feared. The new ones depict a country that is weaker, more laughable, and riddled with its own problems.
“Even Conservative Iranians Want Closer Ties to the United States,” Foreign Policy, 23 May 2019 (With Elizabeth Dekeyser and Dean Knox).
"The Geography of Gulenism in Turkey," Foreign Policy, 18 March 2019 (With Tugba Bozcaga).
Piece on the effects of the ban of Turkish referendum rallies in Europe that ran in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage.
Monkey Cage-Washington Post piece on our survey of religious Shiites from Iran and Iraq with a focus on our sampling strategy.
You can find our Foreign Affairs article entitled Mapping Shiite Opinion: Insights from the Arba'een Pilgrimage here:
The report on our survey of over four thousand Shia religious pilgrims from Iran and Iraq conducted during the 2015 Arba'een pilgrimage to Karbala was referenced in Tom Rick's Foreign Policy blog here:
A podcast on my co-authored work using Call Data Records to explain collective action and responses to violent shocks in Yemen.
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