Vox quotes Marc Lynch in an article claiming the true tensions between major Muslim sects reach further than simply historical beginnings.
Marc Lynch is quoted in a recent Aljazeera America peice arguing that tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran are based on influence instead of religion.
To help explain the Saudi-Iran crisis, Marc Lynch discusses key differences between Sunnis and Shiites that have a bearing on the conflict.
Marc Lynch notes the unusual provocativeness of Saudi Arabia's moves in a the new crisis that may benefit both the Saudi royal family and Iranian hard-liners.
Marc Lynch authors Washington Post article on the implications of the Saudi escalation of Middle Eastern sectarian conflict.
Marc Lynch analyzes the current crisis in the Middle East after the Saudi execution of a prominent Shiite cleric and the subsequent torching of the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran.
Marc Lynch explains how the supposedly ancient Sunni-Shia divide is in fact very modern and has implications for the Saudi-Iran conflict.
Robert Sutter co-authors National Bureau of Asian Research special report examining the key factors of Taiwan's national power and drawing implications for cross-strait relations.
Elizabeth Saunders is quoted in Defense News article on the complicated reality of a Sunni Arab coalition.
From reality trip to hologram phone calls, the future of mobile technology holds endless possibilities
Joel Kuipers is quoted in Irish Examiner article on the true effects of mobile technology on the nature of communication and attention in future generations.