Adham Sahloul

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Adham Sahloul is a foreign policy professional and is a contributor to the Center for Global Policy. He has worked for the Atlantic Council and the Brookings Institution, and holds a master’s degree in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. His work has been published by Foreign Affairs, Axios, The Diplomat, and the Middle East Institute.

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We are Rushing Raqqa

At an April 27 hearing at the House Foreign Affairs Committee on policy options in Syria titled “After the Missile Strikes,” Charles Lister, a Senior Fellow at the Middle East Institute, cautioned the dais on the need to “not rush Raqqa.” On May 9, the Pentagon announced that indeed U.S. President Donald Trump intends to do just that.

Refugee crisis

President Trump is Closing America’s Doors

On Friday, President Donald Trump set into motion the fulfillment of one of his cornerstone campaign promises—restricting the entry of refugees and immigrants for the purposes of national security. Advocates for immigrant and refugee rights (and immigrants and refugees themselves) have taken to the streets and to the media, expressing their disappointment and fear, and they have also gone to court.