Research Division: Middle East and AfricaSenior Associate
2002-2005 Advisor on International Terrorism, Federal Chancellery, Berlin
2001 Research Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Center Social and Cultural History of the Middle East, Freie Universität Berlin
Support for Islamists and New Anti-Syrian Policy
Wave of Arrests Weakens Afghan Insurgents, but Still Doesn't Signal Strategic Shift
Interests, Strategies, Options
Current Developments in International Terrorism and Their Consequences for Europe
Just a New Name or Indeed a New Threat?
Stakeholders or Spoilers - a Zero Sum Game? Part 1: Saudi Arabia
The Role of Egyptians and Libyans in Al-Qaeda's senior leadership
Succession scenarios in Saudi Arabia
The conflict between Sunnis and Shi'as in the Middle East is based on religious differences. It is, however, fueled by Islamists and power politics, says Guido Steinberg.
African Union Mission Needs United Nations Support
Successful Countermeasures Must Involve Local Populations
Sectarianism and Power Maintenance in the Arab Spring: Bahrain, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria
A Powerful Player between Generals and Brotherhood