Middle East Media Monitor

Middle East Media Monitor is a series within FPRI’s notable E-Note publication, reviewing a current topic in the Middle East media from the perspective of the foreign language press coverage in countries such as Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Turkey, etc. These articles focus on providing FPRI’s readership with an inside view on how some of the most relevant countries in the Middle East are covering issues of importance to the American foreign policy community.

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Middle East Media Monitor

Syrian Perceptions of U.S. Intervention in Syria

The prospect of yet another U.S. intervention in the Islamic world spurs a range of views not only in the ...

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Elections in Jordan: Victory for Reform or More of the Same?

The Decline of the Rial in the Iranian Media

Syrian Rebel Use of Social Media

Turkish Media Coverage of the Western Intervention in Libya

Opposition Groups in Syria: Myths and Realities

‘Hollow Leadership’: the Iranian Predicament

The Muslim Brotherhood and Washington: Courtship and Its Discontents

Palestinian Attitudes toward Israel

Jordan’s Quandary Over Syria

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