Sharmine Narwani

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InterestsMiddle East
Sharmine Narwani is a political analyst and commentator on Mideast geopolitics and a former senior associate at St Antony's College, Oxford University.

Sharmine Narwani is a commentator and analyst of Middle East geopolitics.

Background

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Sharmine Narwani has a master’s degree in International Relations (or possibly journalism)[1] from Columbia University.

Career

From 2010 to 2014 Sharmine Narwani was a senior associate at St. Anthony's College, Oxford.[2][3] She has written commentary for a wide array of publications, including Al Akhbar English, the New York Times, the Guardian, Asia Times Online, Salon.com, USA Today, the Huffington Post, Al Jazeera English, The Real News Network,[4] BRICS Post and RT.[5]

“My friend, an engineer — who I will not name for obvious reasons and who I will call ‘Kourosh’ for the purpose of this article — revealed to me in 2010 that he was approached by two “State Department employees” who offered him $250,000 to “do something very simple” during his upcoming trip to Tehran.”
Sharmine Narwani (21 March 2019)  [6]

In April 2019 she reported about Syria.[7]


 

Documents by Sharmine Narwani

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:"Security Arc" forms amidst Mideast terrorarticle21 December 20132011 Syrian InsurgencyDeeply perceptive analysis of the developing situation in Syria and the wider Middle East from Sharmine Narwani
Document:Arabs Beware the Small States Optionarticle29 July 2013Middle East
Syria
2011 Syrian Insurgency
A succinct introduction to proposals, widely canvassed among Western Elites but otherwise largely suppressed, to impose a new political settlement on the entire Middle East involving the re-ordering of its national borders along sectarian lines. These proposals represent the increasingly dominant leitmotif of 21st century Globalist driven Middle-Eastern policy.
Document:Bandar ibn Israelarticle28 August 2013False flag
2011 Syrian Insurgency
Bandar bin Sultan
Saudi Arabia
The collusion of Saudi Arabia's Bandar bin Sultan with Israel in acts of terrorist violence in the Middle East through 2013.
Document:Deal or No Deal, Iran's Stock Keeps Risingarticle20 November 2013Iran
Document:Mother Agnes Mariam in her own wordsinterview29 November 2013Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack
Document:Please Ambassador Ford. Name me a “moderate” Syrian rebelcorresondence4 June 20142011 Syrian InsurgencyWhere are the MODERATE Syrian rebels? - Telling correspondence between Sharmine Narwani and an official from the US State department
Document:Questions Plague UN Report on Syriareport23 September 2013Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack
2011 Syrian Insurgency
Document:Syrian Opposition is not United and Cohesiveinterview8 December 20132011 Syrian Insurgency
Document:US Afghan exit may depend on a Syria onearticle23 June 20132011 Attacks on Libya
2001 Invasion of Afghanistan
Document:Western focus on delegitimizing Syria electionarticle4 June 2014Syria
2011 Syrian Insurgency
Ascerbic commentary on the attitudes and reporting of the western media on the June 2014 presidential election in Syria
Document:Will Geneva talks lead right back to Assad’s 2011 reforms?article10 February 20162011 Syrian InsurgencyInformed speculation that the Geneva conference on Syria will produce a result that could have been had 4 years earlier and before the loss of some 250,000 lives, countless refugees and massive infrastructure destruction.


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