Dr Toby Greene is a Senior Research Associate at the Isreale and Middle East think tank BICOM and an Israel Institute Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations at Hebrew University. He has also lectured at Tel Aviv University, written on Israel and the region for scholarly and mainstream publication and broadcast on the BBC, Sky and ITN. Toby’s book, ‘Blair, Labour and Palestine: Conflicting Views on Middle East Peace After 9/11’ was published by Bloomsbury Academic in 2013 and described as “an important contribution” by the LSE Review of Books. Toby holds a PhD in Politics and Middle East studies from UCL and a degree in Philosophy and Theology from Cambridge University.
The reported comments by MI6 chief Sir John Sawyers that Iran would likely achieve nuclear weapons by 2014 only confirm what was indisputable to anyone who has looked at the evidence. Iran wants nuclear weapons and is fast developing the capacity to construct them.
26/04/2012 09:20 BST
Last week, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was Jimmy Carter's national security advisor, was sounding pretty relaxed about the prospect of Iran getting nuclear weapons.
05/04/2012 18:46 BST
28 March marks 10 years from the launch of the ground-breaking, Saudi-led, Arab Peace Initiative (API). But don't expect to hear the sound of celebrations. A decade later, the proposal, which seemed so promising on paper, has failed to make a mark on the ground.
28/03/2012 06:53 BST
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