Zoe Holman is a London-based, Australian freelance journalist and PhD researching, working on projects related to politics and the Arab Middle East. She has reported on countries including Bahrain, Syria, Egypt, Iraq and Lebanon, as well as from Asia and Europe. Her work has appeared in outlets including the Institute of War and Peace Reporting, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Open Democracy, The Guardian and Lebanon’s Daily Star. Zoe’s doctoral thesis examines British policy in the Middle East after the 2003 Iraq War.
Iran and the ‘Bahrain Question’: sectarianism or strategy? Notes The unrest which resurfaced in Bahrain in February 2011 saw the Sunni ruling al-Khalifa family, like other neighbouring Sunni... Read more
The chain of the counter-revolution: Britain’s relationship with the Bahraini Prime Minister as reflected in British documents Footnotes Ahead of a 1980 dinner reception by then Britis... Read more