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Irina Tsukerman

Irina Tsukerman
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Irina Tsukerman is a New York based attorney, whose focus is on assisting human rights defenders, liberal democratic dissidents, and persecuted minorities, and who frequently writes about security issues, human rights, international affairs, and geopolitics.

There is More To MENA Than Islamism: Casablanca’s Book Fair and...

Rabat - One of the most exciting developments in the field of cultural diplomacy is taking place between February 8-18 in Casablanca. The 24th annual Casablanca book...

Two Years of Jewish-Moroccan Dinners in NYC: Challenges and Opportunities

Rabat - On January 27, 2018, the 24th monthly dinner bringing together the American Jewish and Moroccan professionals of various backgrounds was held together...

Morocco’s Integration into Africa: Implications for the United States

Rabat - Morocco's shift from the association with the Middle East towards embracing its African identity is evidenced in yet another step: the third...

Can US-Style Education Be Answer to Morocco’s Struggling Educational System?

Rabat - Recent news that free education for the senior classes in Morocco will be fazed out bring out the concern about the lack of opportunities...

Can the United States Adopt Morocco’s Counterterrorism Methods At Home?

Rabat - In the heat of the 2016 elections in the US, one of the presidential candidates suggested that police needs to "patrol" Muslim...

A Tale of 300 Ulemas: Is Morocco’s Religious Diplomacy the Future...

Rabat - Lost among the various debates about security, crises, and scandals of every imaginable nature is a piece of completely real news out...

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