Steven A. Cook

Steven A. Cook's day job is as a foreign policy analyst in Washington, DC. His most recent book, "False Dawn: Protest, Democracy, and Violence in the New Middle East," was published by Oxford University Press in 2017.

Podcast: Rep. Ilhan Omar can criticize Israel, but her tweets still hurt Jews Steven A. Cook
Podcast: Blackface and blackmail: The twisted state of accountability today Steven A. Cook
Podcast: Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam denies racist photo. Should he resign? Steven A. Cook
Is war about to break out in the Horn of Africa? Will the West even notice? Steven A. Cook
Israel moves to annex the West Bank — this is how the two-state solution dies Steven A. Cook
Turkey: Friend or frenemy? A tangled relationship keeps getting worse Steven A. Cook
Iraq, the Kurds and me: What went wrong in Kirkuk? Steven A. Cook
Turkey's incursion into Syria: Making things better or worse? Steven A. Cook
Is Iran the new North Korea? Not even close Steven A. Cook
Is the world ready for "Kurdexit"? Referendum among Iraqi Kurds has Middle East on edge Steven A. Cook
The tragic tale of Egypt's decline: Is it also the story of America's future? Steven A. Cook
Is Zionism "creepy"? The question at the heart of a social-media controversy deserves an answer Steven A. Cook
The other Gulf conflict: How the Qatar crisis is playing out in D.C. back rooms Steven A. Cook
Egypt's leader faces a crisis of his own making — one that reveals his nation's dangerous weakness Steven A. Cook
Saudi Arabia's untested new crown prince: Mohammed bin Salman has high hopes, but rises to power at a dangerous moment Steven A. Cook