Just another new decade in the Middle East North Africa region. This 45-minute Middle East Analysis podcast, the first of 2020, is titled in a way that makes you think […]
Part Two sees us take a closer look at the ‘majority minorities’ – the large Christian communities in countries like Lebanon and Egypt. It’s not just the Maronites in the […]
For February’s ‘Middle East Analysis’ podcast, regional consultant, commentator and lawyer, Dr Harry Hagopian brings us right up to date with the turmoil of the Middle East in his own […]
The Syria crisis has dominated our ‘Middle East Analysis’ podcasts with monotonous and depressing regularity in recent years. The country is in a perpetual state of crisis with President Assad’s […]
Today’s podcast takes a close look at the Christian communities of the region with two knowledgeable guests. The first is the Bishops’ consultant on the Middle East North Africa (MENA) […]
In May’s ‘Middle East Analysis’ podcast we look at Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and Israel-Palestine. Our focus on Lebanon falls on Patriarch Bechara Al-Rai’s decision to accompany Pope Francis on his […]
In today’s ‘Middle East Analysis’ our regular studio guest Dr Harry Hagopian looks at the refugee crisis generated by Syria’s civil war, the economic and humanitarian impact on Lebanon, as […]
Part three turns to Syria and the ongoing stalemate between the rebels and President al-Assad’s forces. What’s the longer term prognosis? Dr Hagopian also casts an eye towards neighbouring Lebanon.
In this ‘Middle East Analysis’ podcast, consultant Dr Harry Hagopian looks at the impact of the Syrian crisis on its near neighbours – particularly long-suffering Lebanon.
On today’s ‘Middle East Analysis’, we catch up with the Bishops’ MENA consultant Dr Harry Hagopian to talk about what a transitional Syria might look like and who should be […]