The Bab Bou Jeloud in Fez, Morocco
The Citadel of Aleppo in Aleppo, Syria
The Süleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey
The skyline of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bab Al Bahrain in Manama, Bahrain
The Great Wall of China
The Taj Mahal in Agra, India
St. John's College, Cambridge, UK
Grand Mosque, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Sean Foley

Dr. Foley specializes in the contemporary history and politics of the Middle East and the wider Islamic world. He frequently travels to Asia and the Middle East, follows events in both regions closely, and speaks Arabic and Bahasa Malaysian. He has published widely and has delivered public presentations to audiences around the world.  He has also held Fulbright fellowships in Syria, Turkey, and Malaysia.

Turkish Journal of International Relations Publishes Dr. Foley's Article on Prominent Artists and the Arab Spring

Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations publishes Dr. Foley's article on how Hamza Namira, Maher Zain and other artists shaped the Arab Spring, the Middle East, and the modern world: "When Life Imitates Art: The Arab Spring, the Middle East, and the Modern World."

Middle East Institute Highlights Foley's Analysis of Malaysia And The Middle East

The Middle East Institute (MEI) (Washington, DC) features Dr. Foley's Analysis of Malaysia's 13th General Elections and their impact on the Middle East, Malaysians Vote--The Middle East Watches.

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Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations publishes Dr. Foley's article on how Hamza Namira, Maher Zain and other artists shaped the Arab Spring, the Middle East, and the modern world: "When Life Imitates Art: The Arab Spring, the Middle East, and the Modern World."

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