Philippe Nassif

An expert on national and international security and fluent in both Arabic and Spanish, Philippe is interested in Middle Eastern, Latin American and US politics. Educated at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, and at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Philippe is a Texan. He has worked in municipal government in Houston and for a leading think tank in Washington D.C. His insights into national and global policy making have been sharpened by working at the White House where he is a member of the Advance Team.

Endgame in Libya: A Win for Smart Power

August 23, 2011

A commentary on the effects and long-term ramifications of the Libyan rebels’ success. The Arab Spring has posed some of the most vexing and complex challenges that the United States and the international community have seen since the end of the Cold War. The spread of the uprisings coupled with...