Author: Robert Nicholson
Robert Nicholson is the Executive Director of the Philos Project, an American nonprofit that seeks to promote positive Christian engagement in the Middle East. Robert is also the publisher of "Providence: A Journal of Christianity and American Foreign Policy." He holds a BA in Hebrew Studies from Binghamton University and a JD and MA (Middle Eastern history) from Syracuse University. A former U.S. Marine and a 2012-2013 Tikvah Fellow, Robert has published articles in The Jerusalem Post, Times of Israel, Mosaic, Canon & Culture, and Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce. His work focuses on spreading the vision of a new multi-ethnic and multi-religious Middle East based on freedom and rule of law.
Remarks on the First Anniversary of the U.S. Congressional Genocide DeclarationThursday, March 16, 2017
A few days ago I was at my desk preparing for this event when my daughter Brooke came up and…
9 Things You Need to Know about the U.S.-Israel Fallout at the United NationsThursday, December 29, 2016
This holiday season has witnessed a tense standoff between the United States and Israel at the U.N. Here are the most important facts you need to know.
What Jews and Christians Share in the Middle EastWednesday, December 28, 2016
The Philos Project welcomes all–Jews, Christians or Muslims–to join in the effort to bring the vision of pluralism, freedom and rule of law to fruition.
‘Today We Joined the Jackals:’ Obama Ignores Middle East Chaos, Targets JewsSaturday, December 24, 2016
The Obama Administration abstained from yesterday’s United Nations vote against Israeli settlements in a move that will be a very bad development for peace.
Five Thoughts on the U.N. Declaration of Human RightsFriday, December 9, 2016
Five important thoughts to remember and consider as the world celebrates international human rights day tomorrow, Dec. 10.
Five Keys to a Donald Trump Reset on the Middle EastThursday, November 10, 2016
We propose five strategic themes that might help Donald Trump’s new administration navigate the treacherous shoals of the Middle East.
The Strategic Case for a Safe Haven in Northern IraqMonday, October 17, 2016
The creation of a safe haven for persecuted religious minorities in Northern Iraq would serve three important U.S. interests: territorial, political and geopolitical.
Islam, Christianity and the End of PalestineWednesday, September 14, 2016
Thirteen years after the infamous Oslo Accords, Providence Magazine and The Philos Project look at the current relationship between Israel and Palestine.
Nineveh Plain: Frequently Asked QuestionsTuesday, September 13, 2016
Find out all about the Congressional resolution to create a homeland for religious minorities in the Nineveh Plain in Northern Iraq.
The Hidden Dangers of Just War ThinkingFriday, September 9, 2016
The just war outlook is vital to civilized society. But errors come when just war proponents apply their axioms without historical context.