In the media

CAIS academic staff and research scholars have been able to provide constant media commentary on the situation in Iraq and Australia's involvement in the Middle East. The following interviews and media pieces have been published in recent months:

Amin Saikal, The escalations in Syria now exceed all expectations, The Australian Financial Review, 13 Feb 2018.
Anas Iqtait, US slashes Palestinian UN aid, ABC Radio - The World Today, 17 Jan 2018.
Anne Barker, Fighting intensifies as Yemen's former president killed, ABC Radio - The World Today, 5 Dec 2017.
Dr Raihan Ismail, Saudi arrests: More than palace intrigue, The Lowy Interpreter, 8 Nov 2017.
Anas Iqtait, The decentralization of Palestinian national discourse , OpenDemocracy, 23 Oct 2017.
Kieran Pender & Alice Aedy , Syrians build new lives in post-conflict Abkhazia, al jazeera, 22 Oct 2017.
Murat Yurtbilir, Turkey / USA Visa - ABC News , ABC News, 12 Oct 2017.
Anas Iqtait, Aid and its limits in Palestine, The Lowy Interpreter, 9 Oct 2017.
Amin Saikal, Another Looming Crisis in the Middle East, ANU Media, 29 Sep 2017.
Anas Iqtait, 'Saudi-Qatar dispute: The new normal', Lowy Interpreter, 14 Aug 2017.
Bob Bowker, Egypt's Revolution and the Lessons for Today , Australian Institute of International Affairs, 21 Jul 2017.
Murat Yurtbilir, Winners of referendum 'will dominate Turkey, SkyNews, 17 Apr 2017.
Amin Saikal, Afghanistan: A pawn in major power rivalry?, AlJazeera, 16 Apr 2017.
Anas Iqtait, The Palestinian Authority’s quest for survival and relevance, The Lowy Interpreter, 13 Apr 2017.
Bob Bowker, On the need to de-escalate the Syrian crisis, ABC News online, 10 Apr 2017.
Amin Saikal, Chemical weapons attacks in Syria, ABC Radio, 10 Apr 2017.
Bob Bowker, Assad and chemical weapons: The regional repercussions, The Lowy Interpreter, 5 Apr 2017.
Damian Doyle (with Tristan Dunning), The tragedy of Mosul: battle against Islamic State is leading to all-too-familiar consequences, The Conversation, 3 Apr 2017.


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