Archive for May, 2012

Time for Action on Iran – The Jerusalem Post

Posted in analysis, covert, diplomacy, dissident, foreign policy, international relations, iran, israel, MEK, military, negotiation, nuclear, obama, preemptive, sheehan, strike, threat, weapons on May 28, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

Time for Action on Iran- The Jerusalem Post – Opinion

My latest commentary in The Jerusalem Post on the ongoing efforts to curtail Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons. #PDF

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Negotiating with Iran: A Better Way Forward

Posted in analysis, counterterrorism, covert, diplomacy, dissident, foreign policy, international relations, iran, israel, MEK, military, negotiation, nuclear, obama, policy, preemptive, sheehan, strike, terrorism, weapons on May 25, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

Negotiating with Iran: A Better Way Forward

My latest commentary, published by United Press International, on the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear pursuits.

Sheehan Published in Perspectives on Terrorism

Posted in analysis, courses, evidence-based, international relations, mapping, pedagogy, scholarly, sheehan, teaching, terrorism on May 17, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan’s latest study titled Mapping Contemporary Terrorism Courses at Top-Ranked National Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States published in the May issue of Perspectives on Terrorism. You can also download the full issue here.

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