Marc Lynch is a Professor of Political Science at The George Washington University and Director of the Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS). He also served as the Director of the Institute for Middle East Studies from 2009-2015 and is currently an Andrew Carnegie Fellow. He earned his BA in Political Science from Duke University and his MA and PhD in Government from Cornell University.
Professor Lynch researches Middle Eastern politics, including US-Middle East relations. He publishes frequently on news regarding conflicts and politics on his website in addition to his appearances on major news outlets and commentary.
“The Rise and Fall of the New Arab Public Sphere.” Current History (December 2015)
“After the Arab Spring: How the Media Trashed Transitions.” Journal of Democracy 26, no.4: 90-99
“America and Egypt After the Uprisings.” Survival 53, no.2 (2011), pp. 31-42