James Devine

James Devine

Assistant professor, Mount Allison University; research fellow, Interuniversity Consortium for Arab and Middle East Studies.
James Devine is an assistant professor at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick and a Research Fellow with the Interuniversity Consortium for Arab and Middle East Studies (ICAMES). He teaches Middle East Politics and International Relations and his research interests include the politics and foreign policy of Iran, and security in the Middle East.
Latest contributions by James Devine

Iran and Al-Qaeda: The Enemy of my Enemy is not always my Friend

The Iranian angle to Monday‚Äôs foiled terror plot will be interpreted by many through the prism of recent tensions between Tehran and Ottawa…

Iran, the U.S., and the Nuclear Threshold

A strategy based purely on coercion risks convincing Tehran that it has no choice but to weaponize.

Tumult in Tehran

The storming of the British Embassy in Iran brings factional infighting in the Islamic Republic into the spotlight.