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Sharmine Narwani is a Beirut-based writer and analyst of West Asian geopolitics, and a columnist at The Cradle. Her work has been published in a broad array of media outlets, including The American Conservative, Russia Today, The New York Times, USA Today, The Guardian, Al-Akhbar English, Assafir, Huffington Post, BRICS Post, Salon.com, Al Jazeera and others. She is cited in many publications for her groundbreaking, investigative coverage of the Syrian conflict.
Predictions for 2023? Annus horribilis with some surprising upsides
The Cradle's writers offer up their predictions for 2023. The common theme is massive global shifts, some good, some bad.
By Sharmine Narwani Jan 09, 2023
Iran: To veil or not to veil
During a two-week visit to Iran in November, I witnessed women of all ages walking freely on the streets without the hijab. But, what we're not told, is that they have been doing so for years.
By Sharmine Narwani Dec 09, 2022
Journalists in the firing line
Discrediting journalists who buck the dominant narratives of corporate media is becoming a cottage industry. Last week, it was my turn.
By Sharmine Narwani Oct 26, 2022
EXCLUSIVE: IRGC strike on Mossad base in Iraq targets 10 Israeli operatives, issues regional warning
Sources say the missile attack serves as a message to regional states that Iran will not tolerate foreign military operations on its borders
By Sharmine Narwani Mar 14, 2022
Radwan Mortada: ‘Joseph Aoun has made a big mistake’
Why is the Lebanese military command gunning for a lone journalist in the midst of the country's biggest crisis since the civil war?
By Sharmine Narwani Nov 29, 2021
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