Adam Taim

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Adam Taim, a dedicated Ph.D. candidate in International Relations, delving into the intricacies of American foreign policy with a specific emphasis on the Middle East. I have worked for over a decade as a former foreign TV correspondent, covering diverse political global events in regions such as Iraq, Turkey, and the United States' Washington DC area. My academic pursuits and real-world insights converge to offer a nuanced perspective on contemporary global affairs.

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Why Persistent Efforts Over Decades Have Yet to Successfully Resolve Illegal Migration in the U.S.?

Embarking on an investigative journey into the heart of illegal migration in the United States unveils a perplexing paradox – a puzzle persisting over...

Trump’s Electoral Odyssey: Navigating Triumphs, Hurdles, and the Quest for 2024 Victory

Amidst the dynamic Republican primary elections, Trump secures victories. However, these triumphs, while notable, fall short of ensuring success in the broader 2024 election....

Analyzing Biden and Trump Administrations: A Comparative Look at American Foreign Policy

Within the realm of international relations, various theories guide states in shaping and managing their interactions with other countries. This is particularly evident in...

Shadows of Doubt: Decoding Egypt’s Political Climate and Global Concerns Ahead of the 2024 Election

Reflecting on recent years, the constitutional amendments endorsed by the Egyptian Parliament in 2019 not only provided General El-Sisi with a golden opportunity for...

Unlocking Kuwait’s Global Influence: Toward a More Active International Role

Amidst the transformative landscape of the Middle East, where certain Arab nations actively engage in the global geopolitical arena, Kuwait finds itself at a...

Securing Israel’s National Security After the Fall of Hamas: Navigating Challenges and Seizing Opportunities

While the defeat of Hamas could theoretically remove most security threats for Israel, its national security will still be at stake, especially if Israeli...

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