Author profile: Massimiliano Fiore

Massimiliano Fiore is Assistant Professor of Homeland Security at Rabdan Academy. Before joining Rabdan Academy, he taught at the London School of Economics, King’s College London, the Defense Academy of the United Kingdom and at the University of Exeter. His research and teaching interests focus on the Arab-Israeli Conflict, terrorism, intelligence and nuclear proliferation in the Middle East. He is the author of Anglo-Italian Relations in the Middle East (Ashgate 2010).

The Abraham Accords and the Palestinian Issue

Massimiliano Fiore • Nov 1 2020 • Articles

A new chapter in the Middle East has begun as agreements between Israel, Bahrain and the UAE reflect a strategic realignment against Iran and Turkey – leaving Palestinians feeling abandoned.

Opinion – Lebanon’s Economic Crisis: An Opportunity to Contain Hezbollah?

Massimiliano Fiore • Jun 25 2020 • Articles

The international community should help avoid Lebanon’s collapse, yet make support dependent on tackling corruption and abandoning Hezbollah.

Ghajar Divided Again

Massimiliano Fiore • Jun 13 2011 • Articles

On 17 November, the residents of Ghajar took to the streets to protest against the Israeli Security Cabinet’s approval of a plan to unilaterally withdraw the Israel Defence Force (IDF) from the northern half of the village. This move is only the latest episode in the unfortunate history of Ghajar.

What Is Worse for Israel, Attacking or Not Attacking Iran’s Nuclear Infrastructure?

Massimiliano Fiore • May 31 2011 • Articles

It is possible that at some point in the next 15-18 months Israel’s policy-makers and military officials will need to decide whether or not to attack Iran’s nuclear infrastructure. That would certainly be one of the most complicated decisions since the establishment of the State of Israel.

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