Colin S. Cavell, Ph.D.

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COLIN S. CAVELL

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SELECTED ADVISORY ROLES
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
COUNSELING EXPERIENCE
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ADDRESS

Professional Addresses:

Department of Social Sciences
Associate Professor of Political Science
Bluefield State College
219 Rock Street
Office B120
Bluefield, WV 24701
Office PH: 304.327.4034
FAX: 304.327.4572
INTERNET:  ccavell@bluefieldstate.edu

USA

Adjunct Professor
Division of Social Sciences
Holyoke Community College
303 Homestead Avenue
Holyoke, MA 01040
INTERNET:  ccavell@hcc.edu

USA

Home Address:

P.O. Box 300
Princeton, WV 24740
USA

Mobile:  (512) 924-2364

INTERNET:  ccavell@gmail.com

World Wide Web Page:

http://www.cscpo.com/


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ACADEMIC TRAINING

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PH.D. DISSERTATION TITLE

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M.A. THESIS TITLE

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AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

American Politics and Institutions Political Theory
American Foreign Policy Political Economy
International Relations & Law Comparative Politics

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Bluefield State College, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Bluefield, West Virginia, August 2015-present

Bluefield State College, Chair, Department of Social Sciences, Bluefield, West Virginia, August 2013-May 2015

Bluefield State College, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Bluefield, West Virginia, Fall 2012-July 2015

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POSC 200: American National Government (in-class) Syllabus Fall 2017
POSC 300: Political Thought Syllabus Fall 2017
POSC 312: Comparative Politics (online) Syllabus Fall 2017
POSC 325: Judicial Process in America (online) Syllabus Fall 2017
POSC 401: American Constitutional Law (online) Syllabus Fall 2017
POSC 210: Introduction to Politics Syllabus Summer 2017
POSC 218: State and Local Government Syllabus Spring 2017
POSC 401: American Constitutional Law Syllabus Spring 2017
POSC 405: International Relations Syllabus Spring 2017
POSC 495 [Special Topics]: The Destruction of Yugoslavia Syllabus Spring 2017
SOSC 490: Seminar in Social Sciences Syllabus Spring 2017
POSC 300: Political Thought Syllabus Fall 2016
POSC 312: Comparative Politics (online) Syllabus Fall 2016
POSC 325: Judicial Process in America Syllabus Fall 2016
POSC 350: Public Administration (online) Syllabus Fall 2016
POSC 401: American Constitutional Law (IS) Syllabus Fall 2016
POSC 210: Introduction to Politics Syllabus Spring 2016
POSC 404: American Political Parties and Pressure Groups Syllabus Spring 2016
POSC 405: International Relations Syllabus Spring 2016
SOSC 490: Seminar in Social Sciences Syllabus Spring 2016
POSC 200: American National Government (in-class) Syllabus Fall 2015
POSC 200: American National Government (BHS) Syllabus Fall 2015
POSC 300: Political Thought Syllabus Fall 2015
POSC 312: Comparative Politics Syllabus Fall 2015
POSC 350: Public Administration Syllabus Fall 2015
POSC 218: State & Local Government Syllabus Spring 2015
POSC 405: International Relations Syllabus Spring 2015
SOSC 490: Seminar in Social Sciences Syllabus Spring 2015
POSC 490 [Topics in Political Science]: West Virginia Legislature Syllabus Spring 2015
POSC 495 [Special Topics]: West Virginia Legislature Syllabus Spring 2015
POSC 498: Political Science Internship Syllabus Spring 2015
POSC 200: American National Government (BHS) Syllabus Fall 2014
POSC 200: American National Government Syllabus Fall 2014
POSC 200: American National Government (online) Syllabus Fall 2014 online
POSC 300: Political Thought Syllabus Fall 2014
POSC 405: International Relations (online) Syllabus Summer 2014
POSC 200: American National Government Syllabus Spring 2014
POSC 218: State & Local Government Syllabus Spring 2014
POSC 300: Political Thought (online) Syllabus Spring 2014
POSC 401: American Constitutional Law Syllabus Spring 2014
SOSC 490: Seminar in Social Science Syllabus Spring 2014
POSC 490 [Topics in Political Science]: U.S. Supreme Court & Sexuality Syllabus Spring 2014
POSC 200: American National Government Syllabus Fall 2013
POSC 210: Introduction to Politics Syllabus Fall 2013
POSC 300: Political Thought Syllabus Fall 2013
SOSC 340: Model United Nations Syllabus Fall 2013
POSC 200: American National Government Syllabus Summer 2013
POSC 200: American National Government Syllabus Spring 2013
POSC 218: State & Local Government Syllabus Spring 2013
SOSC 340: Model United Nations Syllabus Spring 2013
POSC 401: American Constitutional Law Syllabus Spring 2013
POSC 405: International Relations Syllabus Spring 2013
POSC 200: American National Government Syllabus Fall 2012
POSC 200: American National Government (BlackBoard Online) Syllabus Fall 2012
POSC: Introduction to Politics Syllabus Fall 2012
POSC 300: Political Thought Syllabus Fall 2012
SOSC 340: Model United Nations Syllabus Fall 2012
GEOG 402: Urban Geography Syllabus Fall 2012
GEOG 301: World Physical Geography Syllabus Fall 2012

University of Bahrain, Assistant Professor, Sakhir Campus, Kingdom of Bahrain, American Studies Center.  Fall 2002-February 2011.  Full responsibility for teaching American Government, Introduction to American Studies, U.S. History, U.S. Role in International Affairs, U.S. Geography, Minority American Cultures, U.S.-Middle East Relations, American Political Economy, American Law & Institutions, etc. See table below for courses taught between Fall 2002 and Fall 2010:

AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies I:  Aspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2010
AMST 201:  US History I:  From the Colonial Period to 1877 Syllabus Fall 2010
AMST 420:  America's Role in International Affairs Syllabus Fall 2010
ENGL 101:  Communication Skills (three sections) Syllabus Fall 2010
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government Syllabus Spring 2010
AMST 206:  American Government II:  National and Local Syllabus Spring 2010
AMST 411:  Minority American Cultures Syllabus Spring 2010
ENGL 341:  Report Writing for Business Syllabus Spring 2010
AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies I:  Aspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2009
AMST 205:  American Government I:  National and Local Syllabus Fall 2009
AMST 250:  American Law & Institutions Syllabus Fall 2009
ENGLA 111:  Writing Skills Syllabus Fall 2009
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government Syllabus Spring 2009
AMST 202: US History II:  From 1877 to the Present Syllabus Spring 2009
AMST 413:  American Political Economy Syllabus Spring 2009
ENGL 112:  Language Development II Syllabus Spring 2009
AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies I:  Aspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2008
AMST 201:  US History I:  From the Colonial Period to 1877 Syllabus Fall 2008
AMST 420:  America's Role in International Affairs Syllabus Fall 2008
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus--Fall 2008
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government Syllabus Spring 2008
AMST 206:  American Government II:  National and Local Syllabus Spring 2008
AMST 224:  History of US-Middle East Relations Syllabus Spring 2008
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus Spring 2008
AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies I:  Aspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2007
AMST 205:  American Government I:  National and Local Syllabus Fall 2007
AMST 413:  American Political Economy Syllabus Fall 2007
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus Fall 2007
AMST 202: US History II:  From 1877 to the Present Syllabus Spring 2007
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government Syllabus Spring 2007
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus Spring 2007
ENGL 112:  Language Development II Syllabus Spring 2007
AMST 201:  US History I:  From the Colonial Period to 1877 Syllabus Fall 2006
AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies I:  Aspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2006
AMST 411:  Minority American Cultures Syllabus Fall 2006
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus Fall 2006
ENGL 112:  Language Development II Syllabus Fall 2006
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government Syllabus Spring 2006
AMST 224:  History of US-Middle East Relations Syllabus Spring 2006
AMST 420:  America's Role in International Affairs Syllabus Spring 2006
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus Spring 2006
AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies I:  Aspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2005
AMST 202: US History II:  From 1877 to the Present Syllabus Fall 2005
AMST 206:  American Government II:  National and Local Syllabus Fall 2005
ENGL 111:  Language Development I Syllabus Fall 2005
AMST 420:  America's Role in International Affairs Syllabus--Spring 2005
AMST 205:  American Government I:  National and Local Syllabus Spring 2005
AMST 201:  US History I:  From the Colonial Period to 1877 Syllabus Spring 2005
ENGL 155:  English Language Development Syllabus Spring 2005
AMST 211:  Introduction to American Studies IAspects of American Culture Syllabus Fall 2004
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government Syllabus Fall 2004
AMST 224:  History of US-Middle East Relations Syllabus Fall 2004
ENGL 154:  Communication for IT Syllabus Fall 2004
AMST 420:  America's Role in International Affairs Syllabus Spring 2004
AMST 206:  American Government II:  National and Local Syllabus Spring 2004
AMST 202:  US History II:  From 1877 to the Present Syllabus Spring 2004
ENGL 154:  Communication for IT Syllabus Spring 2004

AMST 224:  History of US-Middle East Relations

Syllabus Fall 2003

AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies IIAspects of American History and Government

Syllabus Fall 2003

AMST 201:  US History I From the Colonial Period to 1877

Syllabus Fall 2003
AMST 411:  Minority American Cultures Syllabus Fall 2003
ENGL 154:  Communication for IT Syllabus Fall 2003
AMST 420:  America's Role in International Affairs Syllabus Spring 2003
AMST 202:  U.S. History II:  From 1877 to the Present Syllabus Spring 2003
AMST 225:  U.S. Geography Syllabus Spring 2003
ENGL 411:  The Rise of the Novel Syllabus Spring 2003
AMST 205:  American Government INational and Local Syllabus Fall 2002
AMST 212:  Introduction to American Studies II:  Aspects of American History and Government Syllabus Fall 2002
AMST 201:  U.S. History I:  From the Colonial Period to 1877 Syllabus Fall 2002

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2017

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 3.2 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2017

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 2.9 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2016

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 2.9 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2016

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 2.8 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2015

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 2.8 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2015

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 2.7 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2014

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.60) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule 2/0 distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2014

Full responsibility for teachingUnited States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2013

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2013

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2013

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2012

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Social Sciences.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2012

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2012

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2011

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing Moodle/Joule distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2011

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2011

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2010

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2010

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2009

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2009

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2009

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2008

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2008

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2008

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2007

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2007

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.70) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2007

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2006

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2006

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.56) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2006

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing BB/WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2005

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2005

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.56) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2005

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2004

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2004

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.56) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2004

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2003

Full responsibility for teaching United States Government(POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Staff Professor, Junior State of America (JSA) Summer School, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 
                Summer 2003

Full responsibility for teaching American Politics:  US Politics & Government.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2003

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (POLSCI 110.56) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software. 

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2003

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government(POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software. 

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2002

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (POLSCI 110.66) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software. 

Staff Professor, Junior State of America (JSA) Summer School, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 
                Summer 2002

Full responsibility for teaching American Politics:  US Politics & Government.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Summer 2002

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government(POLSCI 110.56) in the Department of Continuing Education.  This course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2002

Full responsibility for teaching Introduction to Political Science(GOVT 101) in the Department of Social Sciences.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2002

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GOVT 110.66) in the Department of Social Sciences.  The course is a fully online distance learning course utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2002

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GOVT 110) in the Department of Social Sciences.  The course is web-enhanced utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2002

Full responsibility for teaching European History (HIS 222) in the Department of Social Sciences.  Due to  a personal emergency of the previous professor, the Social Science academic dean asked me to take over this course following midterms.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2002

Full responsibility for teaching U.S. History (HIS 111) in the Department of Social Sciences.  Due to  a personal emergency of the previous professor, the Social Science academic dean asked me to take over this course following midterms.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2002

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GOVT 110) in the Department of Social Sciences.  Due to  a personal emergency of the previous professor, the Social Science academic dean asked me to take over this course following midterms.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2001

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GVT110) in Fall 2001 in the Department of Social Sciences.  The course is web-enhanced utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2001

Full responsibility for teaching History of the United States (HIS111) in Fall 2001 in the Department of Social Sciences.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2001

Full responsibility for teaching Introduction to Political Science (GVT101) in Spring 2001 in the Department of Social Sciences.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2001

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GVT110) in Spring 2001 in the Department of Social Sciences.  The course is web-enhanced utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2000

Full responsibility for teaching Introduction to Political Science (GVT101) in Fall 2000 in the Department of Social Sciences.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 2000

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GVT110) in Fall 2000 in the Department of Social Sciences.  The course is web-enhanced utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Spring 2000

Full responsibility for teaching American National Government (GVT110) in Spring 2000 in the Department of Social Sciences.  The course is web-enhanced utilizing WebCT distance learning software.

Adjunct Professor, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, Fall 1999

Full responsibility for teaching Introduction to Political Science (GVT101) in the Fall 1999 through the Division of Continuing Education.

Adjunct Professor, Merrimack College, North Andover, MA, Fall 1995

    Full responsibility for teaching International Law (POLSCI 379) in Fall 1995 in the Department of Political Science.

Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Spring 1993

    Full responsibility for teaching American Politics (POLSCI 101) in Spring 1993 through the Division of Continuing Education.

Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Summer 1992

    Full responsibility for teaching American Foreign Policy (POLSCI 255) in Summer 1992 through the Division of Continuing Education.

Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Spring 1992

    Full responsibility for teaching Introduction to World Politics (POLSCI 121) in Spring 1992 through the Division of Continuing Education.

Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Fall 1991

    Full responsibility for teaching Introduction to World Politics (POLSCI 121) in Fall 1991 through the Division of Continuing Education.

Teaching Associate (T.O.), University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Fall 1991

    Full responsibility for teaching American Foreign Policy (POLSCI 255) in Fall 1991 in the Department of Political Science.

Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Summer 1991

    Full responsibility for teaching American Foreign Policy (POLSCI 255) in Summer 1991 through the Division of Continuing Education.

Teaching Assistant, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 1987-91

    Led discussion groups in Comparative Politics (POLSCI 111) in Spring 1991.

    Led discussion groups in American Politics (POLSCI 101) in Fall 1990.

    Led discussion groups in American Foreign Policy (POLSCI 255) in Spring 1990.

    Led discussion groups in Citizenship in the Nuclear Age (POLSCI 290A) in Fall 1989.

    Led discussion groups in World Politics (POLSCI 121) in Spring 1989.

    Led discussion groups in World Politics (POLSCI 121) in Fall 1988.

    Led discussion groups in World Politics(POLSCI 121) in Fall 1987.

Teaching Assistant, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, 1985-86

    Led discussion groups in Fundamental Issues of Politics (POLI 1000) in Spring 1986.

    Led discussion groups in Fundamental Issues of Politics (POLI 1000) in Fall 1985.

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PAPERS PRESENTED

    "The Public Display of Confederate Monuments & Flag - Is It Constitutional?" Presented at the Southern Conference on African American Studies, Inc. 1979-Present convention. Held in Charleston, South Carolina, February 11-13, 2016.

    Silent Spring for Bahrain: US Media Remains Tight-Lipped As Regards Democratic Activists in the Kingdom of Bahrain.  Presented at the 30th International Fajr Film Festival: People, Cinema, Awakening Conference. Held in Tehran, Iran, February 2-6, 2012.

    How the American President is Elected:  The 2008 US Elections.  Presented to the Bahrain Centre for Studies and Research in the Kingdom of Bahrain, April 28, 2008.  [Click here for PowerPoint Presentation of the Speech]

    My Experience With Distance Learning.  Presented for the First International Conference & Exhibition of the University of Bahrain e-Learning Center entitled e-Learning:  A New Era in Learning and Culture.  Held at the Bahrain Conference Center at the Crown Plaza Hotel, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain, April 17-19, 2006.

    The Origins and Evolution of Liberalism in the West.  Presented at A Round Table on Liberalism in the Middle East sponsored by Momar 4.  Held at The Gulf Hotel, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain, Thursday March, 17,  2005.

    Fulfilling A Small Part of Edward Said's Dream:  Teaching American Studies in the Middle East.  Presented at a memorial panel entitled Edward Said:  In the Place at the University of Bahrain, Sakhir Campus, Kingdom of Bahrain, December 2, 2003.

    Exporting Democracy to Latin America: The U.S. Record.
    Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association-Midwest Convention for panel on Human Rights In Theory and Practice. Held at the Sheraton City Centre, in Cleveland, OH, October 3-5, 1997.

    Exporting the Ideology of U.S. Democracy.
    Presented at the Association for Economic and Social Analysis Summer Conference. Held at Northern Pines Conference Center in Raymond, Maine, July 28-29, 1995.

    The N.E.D. & the Export of Democracy.
    Presented at the Marxism in the New World Order: Crises and Possibilities, sponsored by the Association for Economic and Social Analysis and Rethinking Marxism. Held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA, November 12-14, 1992.

    U.S. Foreign Policy & Latin America.
    Presented at The New World (Dis)Order Symposium sponsored by the Forum on Developing Nations. Held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA, November 3, 1991.

    Working Class and Going to Graduate School: A Tale of Woe, Discipline & Struggle.
    Presented at the 1991 Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, NY, April 5-7, 1991.

    Justice and Rights: Marx Versus Nielsen.
    Presented at the Third Annual Conference on Graduate Research in Contemporary Marxism, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, April 8-9, 1988.

    Alasdair MacIntyre's Social Theory: After Virtue.
    Presented at the Second Joint Meeting, Mississippi and Louisiana Political Science Associations Convention, New Orleans, LA, March 27-28, 1987.

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CONVENTION/PANEL DISCUSSANT/MODERATOR/CHAIR/

    "Race in the Age of TRUMP." Presented at the Black History Month Discussion Forum, along with Dr. Rodney Montague, Dr. Anthony Woart, and Mr. Saul N'Jie. Sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Held in the Basic Science Room 111 at Bluefield State College in Bluefield, WV on February 15, 2017

    Panel Discussant at Bluefield State College's Constitution Day. Along with Assistant Professor of History, Dr. Rodney Montague of Bluefield State College, the discussion centered on the topic of "The Public Display of Confederate Monuments & Flag - Is It Constitutional?" Moderated by Ms. Nancy Adam-Turner, Internet & Instruction Librarian at Bluefield State College. Program venue was the Hebert Gallery in the BSC Harris-Jefferson Student Center on September 17, 2015.

     

    Program Guest Speaker for Bluefield State College Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu Induction Ceremony. "Knowledge: Scientific & Otherwise." Held in the Basic Science Building at Bluefield State College. Invited by faculty coordinators Dr. Amanda Matoushek and Dr. Rodney Montague. April 22, 2014.

     

    Panel Discussant at The University of Virginia's College at Wise, on The Syrian Crisis and the Implications Associated With American Involvement. Along with panelists Dr. Eric Smith of University of Virginia-Wise and Dr. Dilshod Achilov, East Tennessee State University. Organized by Ms. Heather Pearson, President of Pi Sigma Alpha at UVA-Wise. Program venue was the Dogwood Room at the UVA-Wise Student Center at Wise, VA on September 25, 2013.

     

    Moderator for lecture by Dr. Hisham Hellyer on the topic of Muslims of Europe:  Reflections on Muslim WorldÃWest Dialogue arranged by the British Embassy and the British Council.  Held at the Bait Al Quran in Manama, Bahrain on October 19, 2009.

     

    Presented talk on Liberation Ethics for Gulf Youth:  History, Work, Learning, Struggle, at the Bahrain Democratic Youth Society (Al-Shabeeba) conference on The Youth of the Gulf and the Path to Freedom.  Held at the Bahrain Society of Engineers, Juffair, Kingdom of Bahrain, October 31-November 1, 2008.

     

    Moderator/Host of UOB American Studies Center & Georgetown University Video Conference debate:  American and Arab Media Coverage of the War in Iraq on April 30, 2007 at the University of Bahrain Vodaphone E-Learning Center S45-101.

    PowerPoint Introduction presented for the program entitled Dustbowl Refugees'  The Words of John Steinbeck' read by Dr. Philip Tabakow and The Songs of Woody Guthrie' performed by Dr. Martin Parker and John Jaworski with an Introduction by Dr. Colin S. Cavell on March 21, 2006 in S17-210 at the University of Bahrain.

    Presentation and lecture on The 2004 US Presidential Elections.  Held at the Shaikh Ebrahim Bin Mohamed Al-Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research, Muharraq, Bahrain on April 19, 2004.

    Discussant, along with Dr. Martin Parker, on The American Accent vs. The British Accent, a talk given at the University of Bahrain on December 14, 2003.  Sponsored by the University of Bahrain Friends of Foreign Languages Club.

    Presentation and discussion of my book Exporting Made In America' Democracy:  The National Endowment for Democracy & U.S. Foreign Policy before the National Democratic Action Society (NDAS) of Bahrain for its regular program called Reading in a Book on Saturday May 17, 2003.

    Gave lecture on The Gilded Age to 11th grade class of Modern Knowledge School at the invitation of Instructor Siham Essadi on April 14, 2003, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.

    Chair for Panel on Marxism and Issues in African American Equality, a panel sponsored by the journal Nature, Society, and Thought as part of the 1997 Socialist Scholars Conference entitled Radical Alternatives on the Eve of the Millennium. Held at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY, from March 28-30, 1997.

    Chair for Panel on Class, State, and the Public Sphere, at the Third International Conference sponsored by Rethinking MARXISM and the Association for Economic and Social Analysis (AESA) entitled, Politics and Languages of Contemporary Marxism. Held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA, from December 5-8, 1996.

    Chair for Panel on Theoretical Issues in the Study of Public Opinion, a panel sponsored by the journal New Political Science as part of the Twenty-Eighth Meeting of the Northeast Political Science Association (NPSA) and the International Studies Association (Northeast) conference. Held in the Back Bay Hilton Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, from November 14-16, 1996.

    Chair for Panel on Constructions and Transformations of Political Spacesas part of the Marxism in the New World Order: Crises and Possibilities, sponsored by the Association for Economic and Social Analysis and Rethinking MARXISM. Held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA, November 12-14, 1992.

    Discussant for Panel on Fascism, 1990s Style as part of the Tenth Annual Marxian Social Theory Conference, sponsored by the Association for Economic and Social Analysis and Rethinking MARXISM, held at University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA, April 24-25, 1992.

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PUBLICATIONS

Cavell, Colin S. 2016. "American Studies in the Arabian Gulf: Teaching American Politics in Bahrain. A chapter in Practicing Transnationalism: American Studies in the Middle East.. Edited by Eileen T. Lundy and Edward J. Lundy. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

Cavell, Colin S. March 6, 2017. "The US Constitution and Incarceration." SP News. Synergy Productions Company.

Cavell, Colin S.  June 19, 2014.  "Department of Social Sciences Five-Year Programmatic Review 2008-2013."  Bluefield State College.  Bluefield, West Virginia.

Cavell, Colin S. August 27, 2012. Contradictions in the House of Saud: Separate City to be Built for Saudi Women.   Global Research: Centre for Research on Globalization. Montreal, Qu©bec, Canada.

Cavell, Colin S. August 15, 2012.Bahraini Human Right activists still languishing in prisons.   Press TV: Viewpoints. Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Cavell, Colin S. August 2, 2012. US backs dictatorial regime in Bahrain to retain hegemony.   Press TV: Viewpoints. Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Cavell, Colin S. July 26, 2012. Obama fails to bring Bush-era gangsters to justice.   Press TV: Viewpoints. Tehran, Iran: Press TV. Also published as an OpEd in the journal Eurasia Review: A Journal of Analysis and News. July 26, 2012. Albany, Oregon: Buzz Future LLC.

Cavell, Colin S. July 20, 2012. Oil oozing from US Middle East madness.   Press TV: Viewpoints. Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Cavell, Colin S. July 9, 2012. US still seeks dominance over post-revolutionary Mideast, North Africa.   Press TV: Viewpoints. Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Cavell, Colin S. July 3, 2012. US presidential election's impact on America's ME policy, vice versa.   Press TV: Viewpoints. Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Cavell, Colin S. June 26, 2012. The 2012 Egyptian Presidential Election: New US Democratic' Model for the Arab World?   The Crooked Bough.. Alamogordo, NM: The Crooked Bough.

Cavell, Colin S. April 16, 2012. From the Arab Spring' to the Islamic Awakening': Continuity of US Hegemony. PART III.   Global Research: Centre for Research on Globalization. Montreal, Qu©bec, Canada.

Cavell, Colin S. April 11, 2012. America's Dependency on Middle East Oil, Part II.   Global Research: Centre for Research on Globalization. Montreal, Qu©bec, Canada.

Cavell, Colin S. April 8, 2012. Bahrain: How the US Mainstream Media Turn a Blind Eye To Washington's Despotic Arab Ally. Study Reveals Corporate News Blackout On Democracy Uprising in Persian Gulf Kingdom.   Global Research: Centre for Research on Globalization. Montreal, Qu©bec, Canada.

Cavell, Colin S.  March 15, 2010.  "'Public option' would be best alternative now."  Journal Inquirer.  Manchester, CT., p. 20.

Cavell, Colin S.  2008.  Compiled and edited conference proceedings and wrote book introduction for DELL Second International Conference on The Department of English Language & Literature Symposium on Sharing Experiences:  Methods of Teaching English Language & Literature'.  Held at the University of Bahrain from April 15-16, 2006.  Published in 2008 by UOB Press.

Cavell, Colin S.  Spring 2007.  American Strategy in the Gulf.   Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 3, No. 6.  Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain:  Bahrain Center for Studies and Research.

Cavell, Colin S.  December 2006.  Liberalism & Its Implications for the Middle East and North Africa.  Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 2, No. 5.  Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain:  Bahrain Center for Studies and Research.

Cavell, Colin S.  October 2005.  Teaching in the Kingdom of Bahrain.  MCCC Newsletter. Vol. 6, Issue 11.  Worcester, Massachusetts.

Cavell, Colin S.  October 2004.  The 2004 US Presidential Elections.  Chapter in Mai Bint Mohamed Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, ed., اشراقات كتاب الموسم  الثقافي الثالث 2003-2004 [Ishraquat:  The Third Cultural Season, 2003-2004].  Manama, Bahrain:  Shaikh Ebrahim Bin Mohamed Al-Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research.

Cavell, Colin S.  April 2004.  National Endowment for Democracy Destabilization Campaigns in Haiti and Venezuela.  Published in The Valley War Bulletin, V. 2, Issue 6.  Florence, Massachusetts.

Cavell, Colin S.  December 2, 2003.  Fulfilling A Small Part of Edward Said's Dream:  Teaching American Studies in the Middle East, in Edward Said:  In the Place.  Sakhir Bahrain:  University of Bahrain Press.  [Also translated into Arabic and reprinted in the December 2003/January 2004 Issue No. 7 of Al Demokrati magazine.  An abridged English version of this article was printed in the November/December 2003 University of Bahrain News & Views, Issue No. 61.  As well this article was reprinted in the University of Bahrain Arabic magazine Awan, in its April 22, 2004 issue.  In addition, a version was published in the poetry magazine Jihat al-Shi'r on November 15, 2003.]

Cavell, Colin S. October 2003.  Lessons in Democracy.  Aldemokrati, Issue No. 3.  Manama, Bahrain:  National Democratic Action Society.

Cavell, Colin S.  December 2002.  Exporting Made In America' Democracy:   The National Endowment for Democracy & U.S. Foreign Policy.   Lanham, MD:  University Press of America. [Book Cover Image &  Synopsis]Synopsis of Exporting ´Made In America´ Democracy By Colin S. Cavell

Cavell, Colin S.  Summer 2002.  The 2002 MCCC Delegate Assembly.  MCCC Newsletter.  Vol. 3, Issue 9.  Worcester, Massachusetts.

Cavell, Colin S.  May 2002.  The Adjunct Faculty Pay Debacle.  MCCC Newsletter.  Vol. 3, Issue 8.  Worcester, Massachusetts.

Cavell, Colin S.  November 1998.  Check Your Whiteness! Amherst, MA:  The Voice, V. 12, No. 2, p. 6.

Cavell, Colin S.  October 1998.  California Moves Presidential Primary Up to March From June Amherst, MA:  The Voice, V. 12, No. 1, p. 6.

Cavell, Colin S. March 1998. Exporting Democracy to Latin America: The U.S. Record. Published in The Flinders Journal of History & Politics, Volume 20. Adelaide, Australia: Flinders University of South Australia.

Cavell, Colin S. February 21, 1996. Development in Du Bois' Thought. Article for Multicultural Affairs Page. Amherst, MA: The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, p. 5.

Cavell, Colin S. December 4, 1995. Authors promote racism in books. Op-ed. Amherst, MA: The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, p. 5.

Ivatury, Shyamala Rao and Colin S. Cavell. October, 1994. Tallest Library in the World Named In Honor of One of the Preeminent Intellectuals of the 20th Century: W.E.B. Du Bois. Amherst, MA: The Voice, V. VIII, Issue 1, p. 8.

Cavell, Colin S. May, 1991. Black And White In South Africa: Whither Goes Apartheid? Amherst, MA: The Voice, p. 8.

RADIO & TV & NEWSPAPER INTERVIEWS

Bahrain's main opposition party has strongly condemned any attempts by Manama to normalize ties with Israel. December 11, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini opposition: Normalization of ties with Israel Betrayal. December 10, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Repression may delay justice but it will never defeat justice. December 6, 2017. Interviewed by Tasnim News Coordinator Amir Mohammad Esmaeili. Tehran, Iran: Basirat News and Analysis.

Bahraini forces surround Sheikh Isa Qassim's home. November 26, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Amnesty International condemns Bahrain for upholding a two-year jail term for prominent activist Nabeel Rajab, describing it as a flagrant violation of human rights. November 22, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Israel's Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Gadi Eizenkot offers to share intelligence on Iran with KSA. November 16, 2017. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Published from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Saudi Arabia has called on its citizens to immediately leave Lebanon following a political standoff between Beirut and Riyadh over Saad Hariri's resignation as Lebanese Prime Minister. November 9, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi royal family forms committee, arrests princes, ministers. November 4, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

19 activists given lengthy jail sentences in Bahrain. October 30, 2017. Top Five with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mohammad Mahdi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Ultra-conservatism takes backseat? How Saudi Crown Prince could 'fundamentally change' kingdom. October 29, 2017. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Pirogova Ekaterina. Published from Moscow, Russia: RT.

House of Saud leads country to ruin. October 23, 2017. Interviewed by Mojtaba Majidi. Arranged by Al Quds journalist Mojtaba Majidi. Published in Al Quds newspaper, Tehran, Iran: Al Quds News.

The tense relations between Washington and Ankara. October 11, 2017. Interviewed by host Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri. Along with guests Mr. Mohammad Al-Omree from Damascus and Mr. Jawad Ghook fom Istanbul. Arranged and translated by Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Kawthar TV.

Bahrain security forces have attacked Shia mourners, as processions commemorating the day of Ashura turn into anti-regime protests. October 1, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Mehdi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Amnesty International has criticized the West for selling weapons to Saudi Arabia to be used in Riyadh’s war against Yemen. September 22, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mohammad Mahdi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain's king denounces boycott of Israel. September 18, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Town of Awamiyah still under siege by Saudi dictatorship after three months. August 5, 2017. Interviewed by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Governor's flip affects state government. August 4, 2017. Interviewed by reporter Riley Phillips. Arranged by WVNS-TV 59 News Reporter Riley Phillips. Interviewed at Bluefield State College in Bluefield, WV. Broadcast from Ghent, WV: WVNS-TV.

Saudi attacks kill 17 in Sa'ada. August 4, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US Congressional sanctions bill against Iran: its goals, consequences, and Iranian options. July 30, 2017. Interviewed by host Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri. Along with guests Mr. Abduljalil Zobaidee, a writer and media expert from Tehran and Dr. Sameer Ayyoub, political analyst from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Arranged and translated by Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Kawthar TV.

Amnesty International has slammed Saudi Arabia over the latest execution of Shia Muslim dissidents. July 12, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Amnesty International has demanded the Bahraini regime release a detained human rights activist, saying she is at high risk of torture. July 4, 2017. Top Five with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Twenty-ninth Anniversary of downing of Iranian Civilian Plane by USS Vincennes. July 2, 2017. Interviewed by host Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri. Along with guests Dr. Nezar Haider, a political analyst from Washington, DC, and Dr. Emad Abshanas, a political analyst from Iran. Arranged and translated by Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Kawthar TV.

Qatar rejects 'unreasonable' Saudi-led demands andUS, Saudi working hand in glove in threatening Qatar: Academic. July 2, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

What did western experts say about Tehran's terrorist attack?. June 13, 2017. Interviewed by Tasnim News Coordinator Amir Mohammad Esmaeili. Tehran, Iran: Tasnim News.com.

Bahrain administrative court dissolves opposition party. June 1, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Situation tense in Bahrain after deadly Diraz raid. May 23, 2017. Top Five with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Arms sales to Bahrain indicate US hypocrisy: Analyst. May 18, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Follow the Money: Hidden Nature of US-Saudi Relations. May 10, 2017. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Dimitry M. Leontev. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT though WVVA in Bluefield, WV.

HRW slams Bahrain for jailing activist. April 26, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the hospitalization of human rights activist Nabeel Rajab. April 9, 2017. Top Five with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mohammad Mahdi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Local Community Reacts to U.S. Airstrikes on Syria. April 7, 2017. Local News. Arranged by WVNS-59 TV Reporter Joe Putrelo at Bluefield State College Office of Media Relations. Broadcast from Bluefield, WV, WVNS-59 TV

Bahraini forces have clashed with mourners participating in memorial services for a teenager killed by Manama. March 25, 2017. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

HRW urges UNHRC to take immediate measures for Bahrain situation. March 16, 2017. Interviewed by host Mr. Arash. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

The UN high commissioner for human rights has expressed concern about the Bahraini regime's increasing crackdown on opposition. March 8, 2017. Interviewed by host Mr. Arash. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Torture, abuse, & harassment: ex-housemaids describe horrors of working in Saudi Arabia to RT. February 28, 2017. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahraini military tribunals for civilians violation of intl. laws: Analyst. February 23, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini forces have violently clashed with anti-regime protesters on the island of Sitra. February 20, 2017. Top Five Program with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al-Khalifah's real face exposed in past year. February 14, 2017. Top Five with hosts Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini police use tear gas to break up multiple protests across kingdom. February 13, 2017. Interviewed by host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Belgium's terror monitoring centre has expressed concerns about the spread of Saudi- and Gulf-backed fundamentalist Islam in the country's mosques, according to an official report published in local media Wednesday. February 8, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Reports from the Persian Gulf kingdom of Bahrain indicate that one person has died under torture amid growing crackdown on protesters. January 28, 2017. Daily Motion with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

UK, US prop up Al Khalifah to preserve control of Mideast: Pundit. January 27, 2017. Top Five with host Mr. Bardia. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Hundreds marched in the northern Bahraini village of Sanabis, following rumours of the imminent execution of two men, Mohamad Ramadhan and Husain Ali' Moosa, who were sentenced to death in December 2014 for their alleged participation in a bombing in al-Deir, which killed a police officer. January 18, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Sunday's executions of Abbas al-Samea, Sami Mushaima and Ali al-Singace followed their conviction for involvement in a militant group accused of carrying out a bomb attack in 2014 that killed two Bahraini police officers and an officer from the United Arab Emirates January 16, 2017. Interviewed by host Mehdi Jay. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Three Shiite men convicted of killing three police officers in a bomb attack in 2014 are executed by Al Khalifa regime firing squad. January 15, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Protesters demanding that Egyptian islands of Tiran and Sanafir not be given to Saudi Arabia are arrested and charged. January 4, 2017. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Alden Ali through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

If Trump continues Obama's strategy in Syria, there will be no peace. January 1, 2017. Top Five with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mohammad Mahdi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini people hold fresh protests against the al-Khalifah ruling family as they get ready to commemorate those killed by the regime forces. December 28, 2016. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On Sheikh Ali Salman's 9-year prison sentence in Bahrain. December 23, 2016. Interview with host Nour Mariam El Zein. Arranged by Newsroom Coordinator Nour Mariam El Zein through Skype. Beirut, Lebanon & London, UK: Bahraini BRight LuaLua TV.

In Bahrain, supporters of Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Qassim stage fresh anti-regime protests in solidarity with the country's top Shia cleric who was stripped of his citizenship in June. December 21, 2016. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain seeks to intimidate opposition with fake charges: Pundit. December 12, 2016. Top Five Program with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bluefield State College professor in conversation with Tasnim: US and the UK support the illegal and destructive Saudi war on Yemen and here House of Saud on Its Last Legs: US Analyst. December 11, 2016. Interviewed by Tasnim News Coordinator Amir Mohammad Esmaeili. Tehran, Iran: Tasnim News.com.

UK committed to security of Persian Gulf Arab monarchies. December 9, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

The Gulf Cooperation Council states and the United Kingdom announced a new strategic partnership on Wednesday with the aim of building closer relations in several areas. December 8, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini court upholds death sentences for 3 citizens. December 4, 2016. Top Five with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the News Line - Fake News/ Torture in Bahrain Continues/ Feeble Proposition. November 23, 2016. Daily Motion with hosts Kaveh Taghvai and Mehdi Jay. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US House passes bill extending sanctions against Iran and now goes to Senate. November 16, 2016. Interviewed by host Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri. Along with guests Mr. Mosaddekpoor, an Iranian political analyst from Beirut, and Mr. Ahmed Kalachee, statutory expert from Damascus. Arranged and translated by Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Etejah TV.

UK reviving imperial system with Bahrain base: Author. November 11, 2016. Interviewed by host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay and Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

People have staged a mass rally in northern Bahrain to voice solidarity with prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim. October 28, 2016. Top Five with host Martab. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

The Third and Final Debate Between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald J. Trump. October 19, 2016. Interview with host Ms. Sarhan. Along with guests Dr. Adnan Al-Sarraj from Baghdad, Iraq and Mr. Nasser Al- Omary from New York, NY. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri and facilitated by production editor Houssein Elmoussawi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

American coalition fighters 'mistakenly' kill government tribal allies near Mosul. October 5, 2016. Interviewed by host Madina Kochenova of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahrain court rejects appeal to free dissident. October 4, 2016. Interviewed by host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay and Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

America's Role in Destablizing the Middle East. September 25, 2016. Iranian Research Center. Arranged by Amir Mohammad Esmaeili. Tehran, Iran: IRC website.

A prominent rights organization has slammed a Bahraini appeals court's decision to uphold an order dissolving the Kingdom's main Shia opposition group al-Wefaq. September 22, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Report indicates that more than one-third of Saudi strikes in Yemen are targeting civilian sites. September 18, 2016. Interview with host Ms. Sarhan. Along with guests Ahmed Al-Hobaishee, a member of Yemen's ex-president's party, the Popular Conference, and Mohammed Al-Zobaidi, a Yemeni media activist from Beirut. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri and facilitated by production editor Houssein Elmoussawi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

No change in Bahrain until US changes policies: Lecturer. September 17, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain's prosecutors have brought new charges against prominent human rights activist, Nabeel Rajab after the New York Times published his letter from prison. September 5, 2016. Top Five Program with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell: Britain's support for Manama against ethical principles. August 30, 2016. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US Airstrikes Against ISIS 'May Have' Killed Civilians -- CENTCOM. August 24, 2016. Interviewed by host Yegor Piskunov of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahrainis hold sit-in rally for Sheikh Qassim and here. August 18, 2016. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Debate: UK complicity in Bahrain crisis and here. August 15, 2016. The Debate with host Kaneez Fatima. Along with discussants Shabbir Hassanaly from Leicester, UK and Jihad Mouracadeh from Beirut, Lebanon. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Death Toll in Yemen Increases as US Ups Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia. August 12, 2016. Interviewed by RT host Daria A. Katurzhevskaya of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Producer Daria A. Katurzhevskaya. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Al Khalifah has no intention of making concessions: Analyst. August 11, 2016. Top Five Program with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom & UK Desk Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis should directly confront regime: Analyst. August 9, 2016. Top Five Program with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Shiite is being targeted in its existence. July 30, 2016. Interview with host Nour Mariam El Zein. Arranged by Newsroom Coordinator Nour Mariam El Zein through Skype. Beirut, Lebanon & London, UK: Bahraini BRight LuaLua TV.

Bahraini regime following Saudi dictates on opposition: Analyst. July 26, 2016. Top Five Program with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini protesters stage anti-govt. rally in Diraz, and here: "US silent on repression of religious dissents in Bahrain: Lecturer". July 22, 2016. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

UN inaction emboldens Al Khalifa to target opposition: Pundit. July 19, 2016. Top Five Program with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini police have clashed with demonstrators protesting the regime's decision to dissolve the al-Wefaq opposition group. July 17, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Regarding the Agreement Between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Syria. July 16, 2016. Interview with host Ms. Sarhan. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

Attempted Coup d'état Against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. July 15, 2016. Interviewed by RT host NikkiAaron of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Producer Daria A. Katurzhevskaya. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Nice atrocity carries 'signature of ISIS' July 14, 2016. Interviewed by RT host Sean Thomas of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Producer Daria A. Katurzhevskaya. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Al Khalifa taking cue from Egypt's Sisi to suppress protest: Analyst. July 10, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Will the UK or the US speak out against Bahrain's 'Egyptian Strategy' of a Total Crackdown on Opposition Forces? July 9, 2016. Interviewed by host Mehdi Jay. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis hold prayers outside Shia cleric's home. July 6, 2016. Interviewed by host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifah seeks to silence opposition in Bahrain: Analyst. July 3, 2016. Top Five with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Three suicide blasts kill 41 and injure 239 in Istanbul's Ataturk Airport: 'Global terrorism requires global response'. June 28, 2016. Interviewed by Yegor Piskunov of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Ruslan A. Imaev. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Al Khalifah seeks to end opposition by repression: Analyst. June 26, 2016. Top Five with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell: Al Khalifah legitimizing crackdown on opposition. June 21, 2016. Top Five with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain's main Shia opposition bloc has slammed the regime's suspension of its activities as illegal. June 15, 2016. Top Five with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain opposition leader slams new jail term. June 1, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Extending Salman jail term will complicate Bahrain situation. May 31, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain Slaps Nine Year Prison Sentence on Opposition Leader Ali Salman. May 30, 2016. Interviewed by host Nikki Aaron of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Democratic Bahrain not in US, UK interest: Analyst. May 27, 2016. Top Five with host Mr. Zhuben. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain regime charges Shia citizens with terrorism. May 26, 2016. Top Five with host Mr. Zhuben. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

The Unites States has designated branches of the Islamic State (IS, or Daesh) in Libya, Saudi Arabia and Yemen as global terrorists and imposed sanctions on them, the US State Department announced today. May 20, 2016. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Producer Daria A. Katurzhevskaya. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Human rights groups have strongly criticized the UK's decision to seat the King of Bahrain next to the Queen Elizabeth the Second during her 90th birthday celebrations May 19, 2016. Interview with host Mehdi Farahmand. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

HRW & Amnesty slam decision to seat UK Queen beside Bahraini king. May 18, 2016. Top Five with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Possible Developments in Syria Arising from Talks by US Secretary of State John Kerry with Saudi King. May 15, 2016. Interviewed along with political analyst Mr. Mahmud Morie from Damascus. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

World must pressure Bahrain to stop crackdown: Author. May 10, 2016. Top Five Program with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

'Saudi Arabia could expose those complicit in 9/11 if Obama releases secret Congressional report'. April 19, 2016. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Macedonia Wiretapping Scandal Investigation is Terminated by Presidential Decree: Is There a New Color Revolution in the Making? April 13, 2016. Interviewed by Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Kerry's tour of Bahrain, Iraq and Afghanistan. April 7, 2016. Interview with host Mehdi Jay. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini security forces have attacked citizens holding a protest over the death of 17-year-old protester Ali Abdulghani. April 5, 2016. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi officials confirm that a roadside bomb planted next to a police station south of the capital Riyadh has killed one person. April 3, 2015. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

UNICEF Report on Saudi War in Yemen Notes that at Least Six Children Are Killed Every Day Due to Saudi Air Force Indiscriminate Bombing. March 29, 2016. Interviewed by host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the Death of Senior Shia Cleric Sayed Jawad Alwedaie. March 22, 2016. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

ISIS Terrorists Committing 'Genocide' against Shias, Christians: John Kerry. March 17, 2016. Interview with with host Ms. Sarhan. Along with guest Mr. Hussein Shokair from Beirut. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri. Facilitated by Correspondent for International Affairs Sajjad Amiri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

Zainab Al-Khawaja and year-old baby, Abdul-Hadi, arrested for insulting king. March 14, 2016. News Analysis with host Maryam. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the prospects for a ceasefire in Syria: US Secretary of State John Kerry says a ceasefire deal with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is just days away. February 21, 2016. Interview with Ali Quazan. Along with guests Dr. Bassam Abu Abdullah from Damascus University and Marina Kortonova from Moscow. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

Bahrain crackdown can't stifle opposition: Analyst. February 14, 2016. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Revolution ongoing in Bahrain until Al-Khalifa dictatorship ousted. February 14, 2016. Interview with Marjohn Sheikhi . Tehran, Iran: Mehr News Agency.

Experts weigh in on Saudis threat to send troops to Syria. February 8, 2016. Interviewed by host Alona of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Daria A. Katurzhevskaya. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

American NGO interference in Iranian parliamentary elections. January 26, 2016. Interview with Mostafa Afzalzadeh. Tehran, Iran: Mashregh News.

On the continued imprisonment of Sheikh Ali Salman and other opposition leaders. January 21, 2016. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the Execution of Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr. January 2, 2016. Special Report with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US refusing to air reports on Bahrain crackdown: Analyst. January 1, 2016. News Analysis with host Sheena. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell Talks To RT International. December 31, 2015. Interviewed by host Emily Siu of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Ivan Zagorsky. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Yemen's Ansarullah movement has blamed Saudi Arabia's aggression against the country for strengthening terrorist groups like ISIL. December 6, 2015. News Analysis with host Shina. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

"Mr. Kerry's and Mr. Fabius's statements regarding the role of the Syrian army in fighting ISIL or DAESH and omitting the condition of stepping down by President Bashar Al-Assad." December 6, 2015. Interview with Mahmud Askar. Arranged and translated by Al-Alam News Channel Newsroom Coordinator Mohammed Mahmud Askar Al Nasri through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Al-Alam TV.

"Inner Workings of ISIL Media Department. November 26, 2015. Program Report. On the News Line. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

"Impunity emboldens Al Khalifa to continue torture: Author. November 23, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa a hypocritical regime with no legitimacy: Pundit. November 12, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Protests continue against the continuous detention of Sheikh Ali Salman following the UN group saying that the Bahraini authorities should release him immediately and the prospects for peaceful reconciliation. November 6, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi Court confirms capital punishment for Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. October 26, 2015. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Jay through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin S. Cavell Discusses Spending Cuts on RT International. [And here.] House of Saud in Very Defensive Mood. October 8, 2015. Interviewed by host Matt Trezza of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Ivan Zagorsky. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Death Toll in Hajj Stampede in Mina, near Mecca, continues to increase as Saudi officials downplay number of fatalities. September 27, 2015. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi crown prince behind crush in Mina: Pundit. September 26, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

At least 717 people have lost their lives and over 860 injured in a stampede in Saudi Arabia. September 24, 2015. Interviewed by host Kaveh Taghvai along with guest Imam Mohammad Ali Elahi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Game of Thrones: RT International examines situation within Saudi Royal Family. [And here also.] September 23, 2015. Interviewed by host Rory Suchet of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT News Editor Olga Sardarova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

No place for freedom of speech on dissent in Bahrain: Pundit. September 17, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

World waking up to rights violations in Bahrain: Analyst. September 15, 2015. News Analysis with host Shina. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Sanctions: Who can hold out longer? September 1, 2015. Interviewed by journalist Galina Tychinskaya. Pravda. Moscow, Russia.

Arbitrary arrest: A security tradition in Bahrain. August 29, 2015. BRight TV with host Nour Mariam El Zein. Arranged by BRight TV Newsroom Coordinator Hussein Hadi through Skype. Beirut, Lebanon & London, UK: Bahraini BRight LuaLua TV.

Saudi monarchy untenable dictatorship: Analyst. August 17, 2015. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

A Bahraini rights group has voiced serious concerns over a recent U-S government decision to renew arms sales to Manama as it continues repressing its critics. July 25, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis resolute in demands for Al Khalifa downfall: Pundit. July 18, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Washington's decision to resume arming the Bahraini government despite an ongoing crackdown against the pro-democracy protesters. June 30, 2015. News Analysis with host Srdjan Preradovic. Arranged by al-Etihaj TV Newsroom Coordinator Fatema Basim through Skype. Broadcast from Baghdad, Iraq: al-Etihaj TV.

US making concessions to Riyadh over Bahrain: Analyst. June 26, 2015. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudis creating famine for 21 million Yemenis: Pundit. June 26, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain is under fire for sentencing prominent Shia cleric and opposition leader, Sheikh Ali Salman to four years in jail. June 16, 2015. Top Five News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis set to demand rights: Academic. June 13, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US backing a murderous regime in Bahrain: Commentator. May 28, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

A bombing attack on a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia's Qatif province has left at least a dozen people killed. May 22, 2015. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Detained Al Wefaq Secretary General Sheikh Ali Salman has trial postponed until May 20th. April 23, 2015. News Analysis with host Srdjan Preradovic. Arranged by al-Etihaj TV Newsroom Coordinator Fatema Basim through Skype. Broadcast from Baghdad, Iraq: al-Etihaj TV.

West turning blind eye to Bahrain regime brutality: Analyst. April 22, 2015. Top Five News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa scared of uprising in Bahrain: Analyst. April 3, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al-Khawaja's hunger strike aimed at garnering attention: Analyst. March 19, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi Arabia funds al-Qaeda in Yemen to revive lost hegemony: Analyst. March 11, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis mark 4th anniversary of popular uprising. February 14, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Crackdown reveals Al Khalifa weakness: Commentator. February 7, 2015. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Supporting Bahraini revolution to bring about change: Analyst. February 5, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Analyst: Bahraini regime knows it has no support from population. January 30, 2015. News Analysis with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell says there is struggle for power in House of Saud. January 24, 2015. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US, UK hypocritical on Bahrain rights abuses: Colin Cavell. January 23, 2015. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini regime forces have once again attacked protesters demanding the release of the country's top opposition leader. January 12, 2015. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudis publicly lash blogger Raif Badawi to first 50 of 1000 lashes and heavy fine for insulting Islam'. January 9, 2015. Interviewed by host Katie Pilbeam of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ivan Zagorsky. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahraini regime forces attack protesters calling for release of top opposition leader. January 5, 2015. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US hypocritical in backing HR, Bahrain simultaneously: Analyst. December 31, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain regime has lost all legitimacy: Analyst. December 29, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Authorities in Saudi Arabia send female rights activists to terrorism court. December 25, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Prominent Bahraini activist Zainab al-Khawaja sentenced to 16 months in jail . December 10, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain's opposition to ramp up pressure: Analyst. December 5, 2014. News Analysis with host Bardia Honarda. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Thousands of Bahrainis have staged a defiant demonstration in support of prominent anti-regime cleric Sheikh Issa Qassim. November 28, 2014. News Analysis with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain regime tries to intimidate opposition: Analyst. November 18, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Sunni, Shia unity will bring down Saudi regime: Analyst. November 8, 2014. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini regime violating religious freedom: Analyst . November 2, 2014. News Analysis with host Daniel Aria. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ali Havasi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Support for ISIL to bring end to Saudi monarchy: Analyst. October 23, 2014. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Riyadh issued Nimr verdict at risky time: Analyst. October 16, 2014. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Yemen teetering on edge of civil war: Analyst. October 8, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US sharply criticizes new Israeli housing project. October 1, 2014. Interviewed by host Matt Trezza of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ivan Zagorsky. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahrain corrupt regime on brink of collapse: Analyst. September 30, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi J. through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Anti-regime protests continue in Bahrain in the face of Manama's intensified attempts to silence its critics. September 12, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Human Rights Watch has called on the Bahraini regime to release 13 high-profile dissidents serving long prison terms for exercising their rights. September 8, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Illegal Bahraini regime must be ousted: Colin Cavell. August 31, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi J. through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain regime imprisons 22 over anti-regime protests. August 17, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Apostates rule Saudi Arabia: Commentator. August 15, 2014. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini demonstrators have taken to the streets to protest the death of an activist killed by regime forces. August 6, 2014. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain's opposition group concerned over condition of prisoners. August 5, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Israeli soldiers deserve Nobel Peace Prize: US envoy. July 22, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain's main opposition group has revealed documents, shedding light on the regime's harsh crackdown on dissent. July 16, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Israel seeks US involvement in Gaza conflict: Author. July 16 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi J. through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

HRW accuses Saudi govt. of tapping dissidents' phones. June 28, 2014. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi Arabia and US secretly funding al-Qaeda in Iraq: author. June 17, 2014. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Forty-six member States in UN Human Rights Council urge Bahrain to establish OHCHR country office. June 10, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

West tries to keep monarchy in power in Bahrain: Analyst. June 1, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the release from prison of human rights activist Nabeel Rajab. May 24, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

More crackdown on protests in Bahrain. Regime forces have clashed with mourners after the funeral of an anti-government protester on the island of Sitra. May 18, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Heavy fighting breaks out in Libya as troops storm militias in Benghazi. May 16, 2014. Interviewed by host Kevin Owen of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

In Bahrain, the security forces have once again clashed with thousands of anti-regime protesters after a day of demonstrations across the country. May 9, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

The daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has called on people across the kingdom to wage an uprising against the ruling regime. April 25, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Neo-cons behind US visa ban to Iran's envoy. April 18, 2014. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini regime mounting pressure on dissent. A court in the tiny Persian Gulf state has handed heavy jail terms to seven Shia activists. April 6, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Two of the four daughters of the Saudi King Abdullah being held captive in a royal palace in Saudi Arabia speak out about their 13-year ordeal for the first time. March 31, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Navid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

A Bahraini court sentences 13 pro-democracy activists to life in prison. March 30, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Navid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US President Barack Obama refrains from even raising the issue of human rights violations in Saudi Arabia during his visit to the kingdom despite Amnesty International's request. March 28, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Development of Relations between the US and Saudi Arabia: President Obama is set to visit Saudi Arabia this weekend. March 25, 2014. Interviewed by host Anastasia Churkina of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahraini demonstrators accused the authorities of what they called sectarian discrimination in a systematic way. March 21, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Day of 'reckoning' coming for Bahrain regime: Cavell. March 5, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Ethan through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi, most oppressive fascist regime. February 21, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Three-Year Anniversary of Bahrain Uprising. February 14, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Three-Year Assessment of the Bahraini Democratic Revolt. February 7, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Navid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi Arabia has put into effect a new counter-terrorism law which helps Riyadh step up crackdown on dissent. February 2, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Russian diplomat in Sudan and his wife were stabbed by a person seeking a revenge for his brother's death in Central African Republic. January 28, 2014. Interviewed by host Matt Trezza of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

US against any type of democracy in Bahrain. January 25, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa regime downfall inevitable'. January 14, 2014. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa no longer have a loyal opposition. January 3, 2014. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Navid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Protests ongoing in several towns of Bahrain calling for the release of Ali Salman. December 28, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Major human rights group in Bahrain slams the regime forces for arresting and torturing young children and keeping them in detention for long periods of time. December 24, 2013. News Analysis with host Bardia Honardar. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

King of Saudi Arabia has picked one of his sons for governor of the holy city of Mecca. December 22, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US author praises academic boycott of Israel. December 19, 2013. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa existence depends on US support: Analyst. December 16, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mr. Navid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

1000th day of Bahrain uprising marked by huge rally. December 14, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Hagel tried to placate' Bahrain regime. December 14, 2013. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the Manama Dialogue International Conference. December 6, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator "Ethan" through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

A Washington-based human rights organization has urged the U-S to stop arms sales to Bahrain. Human Rights First has also slammed Washington for its ambiguous and inconsistent policy toward Manama. November 15, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

All Must Read Christopher Davidson's After the Sheikhs: The Coming Collapse of the Gulf Monarchies.. November 2, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis must end corrupt Khalifa rule: Analyst. October 26, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis need to resist repression: Colin Cavell. October 20, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the death of activist Yousif Ali Al-Nashmi in a Bahraini prison. October 12, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis no longer afraid of Al Khalifa: Colin Cavell. October 9, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator "Ethan" through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

In Bahrain, protesters once again take to the streets to condemn the crackdown by the ruling Al Khalifah regime. Saudi-backed Bahraini forces have fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of anti-regime protesters in the island of Sitra. October 4, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini via phone. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US complicit in Bahrain crackdown: Colin Cavell. October 3, 2013. News Analysis with host Viar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Thousands of people in Bahrain take to the streets, demanding freedom and democracy. September 27, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid Reza Koleini through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell exclusive RT TV interview on hostage crisis in Kenya. September 23, 2013. Interviewed by host Bill Dodd of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahrain, a laboratory for imperialism: Colin Cavell. September 17, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Death of Bahrain Activist Spurs Violent Protests. September 13, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Sina Parhizkar through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Iran is the target of US war in Syria. September 8, 2013. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini forces crack down on fresh anti-regime protests triggered by the recent death of 20-year-old activist Sadiq Sabt. September 4, 2013. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hamid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell interview on why the US is still going to Syria. August 30, 2013. Interviewed by host Cary Johnston of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

US Mistaken in Efforts to Manipulate Al-Qaeda. August 23, 2013. Interviewed by host Cary Johnston of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

A funeral is held for the latest victim of violent crackdown by the ruling family in the Persian Gulf island of Bahrain. August 11, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell: We live in a new world of surveillance. August 8, 2013. You.S. Desk. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell on the Syrian Kurds and al-Qaeda state. August 7, 2013. Interviewed by host Cary Johnston of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

Bahrain seeks to push opposition towards civil war: Colin Cavell.. August 4, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Sina Parhizkar through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell on Syria. July 26, 2013. Interviewed by host Matt Trezza of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina V. Katia Bylkina. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RT.

US statement on Egypt is disingenuous. July 8, 2013. You.S. Desk. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini demonstrators have taken to the streets to protest the death of an activist killed by regime forces. June 26, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqer Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On U.S. Foreign Policy. June 16, 2013. Interviewed by by NNC journalist Morteza Esmaeili. Namavaran Network Corporation. Tehran, Iran.

US Gulf allies crack down on Internet freedoms. June 10, 2013. Interviewed by host Marina Portnaya of Russia Today on RT. Arranged by RT International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow: RT.

Calls are getting stronger for an investigation into indiscriminate use of C-S gas by the Bahraini regime against civilians. June 8, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Sina Parhizkar through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

No reconciliation with Bahrain dictatorship: Cavell. May 30, 2013. "The Debate" with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Hassan Ghani through Danny Via at WVVA in Bluefield, WV. Along with guest Wafik Moustafa, Chairman of the Conservative Arab Network in London, UK. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini protesters take to the streets in a village outside Manama to express solidarity with the country's top cleric Sheikh Issa Qassim. May 17, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa family albatross on necks of Bahraini people: Analyst. May 11, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ehsan Rasti through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US violates human rights at Guantanamo'. May 7, 2013. You.S. Desk. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi Arabia, boiling caldron ready to erupt: Colin Cavell. May 3, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrainis use the F1 race to expose the regime's atrocities: Colin Cavell. April 21, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Mass protests continue in Bahrain against plans to stage the Formula One Grand Prix in the Persian Gulf kingdom. April 20, 2013. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Syrians defend Assad Govt. against foreign meddling: Colin Cavell. April 13, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US keeps students in debt to silence them'. April 10, 2013. You.S. Desk. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US remains silent on atrocities in Bahrain: Colin Cavell. April 7, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

A Bahraini man has died of shock after his son was abducted and tortured by regime forces.  April 1, 2013. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Soheila Ghodsi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US, UK aid in Bahrain crackdown proves duo's hypocrisy: Analyst. March 29, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Anti-regime protesters in Bahrain are not giving up on their demands. March 19, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Anti-regime protests gain momentum in Bahrain with people taking to the streets chanting slogans against the ruling Al Khalifah family. March 12, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Revolution victory will weaken US grip on Bahrain: Colin Cavell.. March 2, 2013. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain must admit criticisms and surrender to people's demands: Analyst. February 15, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Ehsan Rasti through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Anti-regime protesters flood the streets of Bahrain on the eve of the second anniversary of the country's revolution. February 13, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Judge, jury & executioner govt. mantle bodes ill for future - Colin Cavell on RT. February 9, 2013. Interviewed by host Sean Thomas of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Al Khalifa legitimacy gone, US will be forced to make changes: Colin Cavell. February 1, 2013. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Colin Cavell: 'Hypocritical US is selling arms to Bahrain'. January 17, 2013. You.S. Desk. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi Arabia, the Big Oil & US Foreign Policy II.  January 16, 2013. Money Trail with host Amir Arfa. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini through Jeff Sadler, Operations Manager at WSAZ-TV in Charleston, West Virginia. Along with guests Dean Henderson, author of Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf; former US Chief of Mission in Iraq, Edward Peck; Senior Political Writer for the Dallas Morning News, Wayne Slater; Senior Editor Executive Intelligence Review, Jeff Steinberg; and Director of The Middle East Forum, Daniel Pipes. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US not going to end Afghan war: Cavell.  January 14, 2013. You.S. Desk. Arranged by Press TV Programs Department Assistant Producer & Coordinator Masoumeh Massy Abedini. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US Media blackout hides Al Khalifa brutality in Bahrain: Colin Cavell.  January 2, 2013. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Protest Kingdom. December 17, 2012. Interviewed by host Thabang Motsei of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Bahrain monarchy losing all credibility: Expert. December 11, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Soheila Ghodsi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Demonstrators have taken to the streets in several towns and villages across the kingdom calling for the downfall of the regime and the release of thousands of prisoners. November 30, 2012. News Analysis with host Marzieh Hashemi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Saudi-backed Bahraini forces attack people commemorating the anniversary of the martyrdom of the third Shia Imam. November 26, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

In Bahrain, more protesters are killed as the Al Khalifah regime intensifies its crackdown against anti-government protests. November 9, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Tightening Reign in Bahrain: Another activist imprisoned for tweeting. November 2, 2012. Interviewed by host Kevin Owen of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Obama win concerns Arab dictators. October 30, 2012. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Along with guests Rodney Shakespeare from the Committee Against Torture in Bahrain from London, UK, and Ali al-Ahmad, the Institute for Gulf Affairs (IGA) Director from Washington, DC. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa regime repairing image through money: Analyst. October 2, 2012. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Regime continues to kill citizens as Bahrain claims seat on UN Human Rights Advisory Council. October 2, 2012. Interviewed by host Kevin Owen of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

US Ambassador to Libya and Three Other Americans Killed in Response to US Film Denigrating Prophet Muhammed. September 12, 2012. Interviewed by host Sean Thomas of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Coordinator Andrey Kiyashko. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Iran breaking free from its imperial chains, U.S. author says. September 7, 2012. Interviewed by journalist Kourosh Ziabari. Tehran Times International Daily. Tehran, Iran.

UN Chief Ban Ki-moon Criticizes Bahrain for Harsh Jail Terms for Activists. September 5, 2012. News Analysis. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Thousands swamp Bahrain highway in first legal Freedom and Democracy' demo in weeks. September 1, 2012. Interviewed by host Thabang Motsei of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Coordinator Maria Kvantrishvili. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Bahraini regime sentences Nabeel Rajab to three years imprisonment. August 16, 2012. Interviewed by host Sean Thomas of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Coordinator Andrey Kiyashko. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Regime uses tear gas on protesters in Bahrain. August 3, 2012. Interviewed by host Lucy Kafanov of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Coordinator Andrey Kiyashko. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Bahrain Repression Continues. July 24, 2012. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Continued protests in Bahrain; police dispersing crowds with tear gas. July 20, 2012. Interviewed by host Lucy Kafanov of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Coordinator Andrey Kiyashko. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Bahrain Crackdown: Regime Shuts Down Amal Political Society. July 10, 2012. Interviewed by host Bill Dod of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow: RTV.

Al Khalifa regime teetering on the brink of collapse'. July 5, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Paula McCarter at PACSAT HD International in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Abbas Al Omran with the Bahrain Center for Human Rights in London, UK, and Osama Al-Aradi President of the Bahraini Medical Association from Detroit, Michigan. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Jet Escalation: Turkey probing Syrian anti-air defense'. June 23, 2012. Interviewed by host Cary Johnston of Russia Today on RTV. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RTV.

British monarchy backs despotic Al Saud, Al Khalifa rulers.  May 18, 2012. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahraini's determination strikes fear into the House of Saud.  May 14, 2012. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Soheila Ghodsi through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Obama tries to calm PG monarchs ahead of US presidential vote'.  May 10, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Paula McCarter at PACSAT HD International in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Abbas Al Omran with the Bahrain Center for Human Rights in London, UK, and Roula Talj, a political analyst from Beirut, Lebanon. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the Visit to Washington, DC by Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa.  May 9, 2012. News Analysis with host Waqar Rizvi. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Paula McCarter at PACSAT HD International in Austin, Texas. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US Exhausting Bahrain Wealth by Selling It Armaments'.  May 1, 2012. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Paula McCarter at PACSAT HD International in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Hisham Jaber, Director of the Middle East Center for Studies and Public Relations in Beirut, Lebanon and Shahid Qureshi, a journalist and political analyst from London, UK. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Al Khalifa Regime Covers Up Brutal Crimes'.  April 26, 2012. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's Call for an End to Bahrain's Unrest.  April 25, 2012. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Skype. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Formula One in Bahrain a slap in the face to human rights: Analyst.  April 20, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Paula McCarter at PACSAT HD International in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Osama al-Aradi, President of the Bahraini Medical Association from Detroit and Mohammed Sadiq with Justice for Bahrain from London. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the Upcoming Formula One Grand Prix in Bahrain.  April 17, 2012. News Analysis with host Hassan Tavakoli. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Mehdi Farahmand through Paula McCarter at PACSAT HD International in Austin, Texas. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Situation in Bahrain.  April 16, 2012. Interviewed by host Andrew Kiyashko. Arranged by RTV International News Producer Ekaterina Burova. Broadcast from Moscow, Russia: RTV.

US maintains hypocritical stance to Bahrain's revolution.  March 23, 2012. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Ray Guy Productions in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Peter Eyre, a political consultant from London, and Hayyan Haidar, a Middle East expert in Beirut. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain Opposition Intelligence Outsmarts the Regime.  March 9, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator through Ray Guy Productions in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Sarah Marusek, a political analyst in Beirut, Lebanon, and Saeed Shahabi of the Bahrain Freedom Movement from London. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Revolution in Motion-News Analysis-02-14-2012.  February 14, 2012. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Ray Guy Productions in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Professor Jamal Wakim from the Lebanese International University and Jafar al-Hasabi, a Bahraini political activist from London. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Situation in Bahrain.  February 5, 2012. World Crisis Radio Interview with host Webster Tarpley. Broadcast directly from Tehran, Iran: World Crisis Radio.

Press TV News Analysis 02/01/12 Bahrain Update.  February 2, 2012. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Studio in Tehran, Iran. Broadcast directly from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Press TV News Analysis 24/12/11 - Bahrain.  December 24, 2011. News Analysis with host Hassan Ghani. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard via telephone. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Press TV News Analysis 29/09/11 - Bahrain.  September 29, 2011. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Ray Guy Productions in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Dr Nada Dhaif , a Bahraini medical doctor sentenced to 15 years in prison for providing medical care to Bahraini Pearl Roundabout protesters and awaiting long-term incarceration in Bahrain; Osama Al Aradi, President of the Bahrain Medical Association speaking from Detroit, Michigan in the USA; and Dominic Kavakeb of the Bahrain Justice and Development Movement speaking from London, UK. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain regime Does Unforgivable Acts'.  September 7, 2011. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Ray Guy Productions in Austin, Texas. Along with guests Professor Rodney Shakespeare, Head of the Committee Against Torture in Bahrain from London, UK and Tara O'Grady, an independent human rights activist from Dublin, Ireland. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

International Lawyers File Lawsuit Against Bahrain's Ruling Al-Khalifa Family with the International Criminal Court at The Hague.  July 21, 2011. News Analysis with host Kaneez Fatima. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain National Talk Is Merely A Monologue'.  July 5, 2011. News Analysis with host Homa Lezgee. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Fisher Pathways in Seattle, Washington. Along with guests Mohammed Al Muskati, Director of the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights from Manama, Bahrain, and Raza Kazim from the Islamic Human Rights Commission from London, UK. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

On the Sale of 200 Leopard Battle Tanks to Saudi Arabia and the Consequences for Bahrain.  July 2, 2011. Press TV News Analysis. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

US Seeks Capitalist Middle East.  June 22, 2011. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Iman Kihan Fard through Fisher Pathways in Seattle, Washington. Along with guests Ali al-Ahmed, IGA Director, from Washington, DC and Jafar al-Hasabi, Bahraini Political Activist, from London, UK. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

ME Change Costs US Traditional Allies. Part I & Part II. June 16, 2011. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Fisher Pathways in Seattle, Washington. Along with guests Sara Flounders of the International Action Center in NYC and Christopher Walker, former Middle East correspondent for The Times in London, UK. Broadcast fromTehran, Iran: Press TV.

Bahrain RevolutionNews Analysis. June 6, 2011. News Analysis with host Kaveh Taghvai. Arranged by Press TV Newsroom Coordinator Arezou Adid through Fisher Pathways in Seattle, Washington. Along with guests Maryam Al-Khawaja from the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and currently in Geneva, Switzerland, and historian and political commentator Peter Rushton from London, UK.. Broadcast from Tehran, Iran: Press TV.

Iran Releases UK Naval Personnel and Zogby International & Arab American Institute Poll Finds Arab World Worried About Emboldened Iran and Iraq Civil War. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on New England Journal Radio Magazineon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA.  Pre-recorded on April 7, 2007 and broadcast on April 8, 2007.

Beyond Quagmire:  Experts Conclude that US War in Iraq is Lost.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on New England Journal Radio Magazine on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA.  Pre-recorded on March 24, 2007 and broadcast on March 25, 2007.

Will the Swearing In of Iraq's New CabinetAlbeit Minus Ministers of Defense, Interior, and National Security--Effect the Pace of the Iraqi Civil War?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 24, 2006.

Analysis of Iranian President Ahmadinejad's Letter to President George W. Bush?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 17, 2006.

Bush Foreign Policy of Preventive and Preemptive War Said to be Leading to Geopolitical Nightmare' for the United States.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 10, 2006.

Confronting Iran: The US, Britain, and France to Introduce Security Council Resolution in the United Nations in an Attempt to Force Iran to Stop Its Nuclear Activities.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 3, 2006.

The Firing of CIA Official Mary McCarthy:  Does the Public Have the Right to Know that the US Government is Engaged in Kidnappings, Extraordinary Renditions to Secret Overseas Prisions, and Torture?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 26, 2006.

Seven Retired Generals Speak Out Against Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld on Iraqi Tactics:  Serious Criticism or Partisan Political Antics?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 19, 2006.

Assessment of Seymour Hersh's The Iran Plans':  Is Bush Intent on Attacking Iran Utilizing Tactical Nuclear Weapons?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 12, 2006.

Reassesssing the Reasons for Why Bush Invaded Iraq.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 5, 2006.

New White House Memo Indicates Bush and Blair Made Decision to Go to War on Iraq at Least as Early as January 2003.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 29, 2006.

Three Year Assessment of the US War On Iraq.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 20, 2006.

Neoconservatives Begin to Jump Bush Ship Over the War in Iraq.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 15, 2006.

Bush Blunders: From the War in Iraq to the Dubai Ports World Contract.  Interviewed, along with guest Professor John Brigham of the University of Massachusetts, by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 8, 2006.

Does the Management of US Port Facilities by Dubai Ports World Pose a Security Risk to the US?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 2, 2006.

Will the Iranian Decision to Keep Its Reserve Holdings in Euros Instead of Dollars Precipitate a US Attack?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on February 16, 2006.

Reflecting on the Passage of the Iraqi Constitution, the Upcoming December 15th National Assembly Elections, and the Growth of U.S. Domestic Opposition to the War on Iraq.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on October 26, 2005.

Will the Passage of the Proposed Iraqi Constitution on October 15th Lead to Civil War?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on October 13, 2005.

Bush Criminal Behavior Confirmed:  Commenting on Newly Released July 23, 2002 British Secret Memo Confirming that President G.W. Bush and his Administration Fabricated Evidence to Justify the 2003 US War on Iraq.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 11, 2005.

Aftermath of the Iraqi Elections:  Can Democracy Be Exported At the Point of a Gun?  Interviewed, along with guest Hala Kotb of Zogby International, by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on January 31, 2005.

Does US Designation of Lebanese Al Manar TV as a Terrorist Organization' Violate US and International Law and Does It Contradict US Claims of Promoting Freedom and Democracy in the Middle East?   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on January 4, 2005.

On the Withdrawal of Bernard Kerik as Nominee for Secretary of Homeland Security.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on December 14, 2004.

Will Iran's Suspension of Its Nuclear Program Negate US Interference & Will Condoleezza Rice Push Nation-Building in Iraq?  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talkon WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on November 29, 2004.

Bush's Second Term Foreign Policy Agenda in the Middle East:  Possible War in Iran, Continued War in Iraq and Afghanistan, & Likely Successors to Arafat. Interviewed, along with guest Gary Lefort, MBA, by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on November 19, 2004.

Middle East Reaction to Bush's Reelection & Efforts to Impose Gender Segregation at the University of Bahrain. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on November 10, 2004.

Absentee Ballot Delays, the Ralph Nader Factor, and the Possibility of Splitting Colorado's Electoral College Vote.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on October 18, 2004.

Assessment of the First Presidential Debate Between Senator John F. Kerry and President George W. Bush. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on October 1, 2004.

The 2004 US Presidential Elections.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on September 24, 2004.

On the Beheading of South Korean Worker Kim Sun Il in Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on June 23, 2004.

Latest on Killings of Iraqi officials, Bassam Salih Kubba, one of Iraq's four deputy foreign ministers, and Iraqi cultural affairs attach© Kamal al-Jarah and the Kidnapping of Paul Johnson, Jr. in Saudi Arabia.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on June 16, 2004.

Reagan's Legacy in the Middle East.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on June 10, 2004.

Resignation of the Iraqi Governing Council and Selection of Sheikh Ghazi al-Yawar as Iraq's Interim President and Iyad Allawi as Interim Prime Minister.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on June 2, 2004.

On Systemic Allegations of Torture Authorized by US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld by Seymour Hersh.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 18, 2004.

Implications of the Allegations of Torture by US Soldiers in Iraq.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 11, 2004.

Torture in Abu Ghraib Prison.   Interviewed by host Samer Ajjawi on Beyond the  News, along with guest Abu Nabi Alekri, Bahrain Human Rights Committee.  Produced by Amal Sorani.  Aired on Bahrain TV Channel 55, on Monday, May 10, 2004 and to be rebroadcast on Wednesday, May 12, 2004.

How W' Fares Among Arab Supporters in the Middle East.   Interviewed by host Angelo Puppulo on Newsmakers  on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA.  Aired on February 25, 2004.

Collapse of Bush's Justification for the US War on Iraq.   Interviewed, along with guest Marshall Moriarity, by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on February 17, 2004.

The Jewish Lobby in the United States.   Interviewed by host Olivia da Costa on Beyond the  News, along with phone guest online from Washington, DC, Dr. Hussein Ibish, Media Director of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.  Produced by Amal Sorani.  Aired on Bahrain TV Channel 55, on Monday, February 2, 2004 and rebroadcast on Wednesday, February 4, 2004.

Why Iraqi Citizens Reject the American Occupation & Political Control of Iraq.   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on May 7, 2003.

End of Fourth Week of the US/UK War on Iraq:  Are US Threats Leading It On a Road to Damascus?   Interviewed, along with guest Amal Bouaffia, by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 16, 2003.

End of Third Week of the US/UK War on Iraq:  US Military Apparently Breaks the Back of Saddam's Regime & Occupies Baghdad.   Interviewed, along with guest Amal Bouaffia, by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 10, 2003.

End of Second Week of the US/UK War on Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on April 2, 2003.

Reaction in Bahrain to the US/UK War on Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 31, 2003.

End of the First Week of the  US/UK War on Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 26, 2003.

Five Days Into the US/UK War on Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 24, 2003.

On the Brink of a US/UK War on Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 19, 2003.

On the Eve of the UN Vote on the US/UK/Spanish Resolution Authorizing the Use of Force Against Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 10, 2003.

The Impact of Turkey's Parliamentary Vote Against the Stationing of U.S. Troops in Turkey in Order to Launch a Northern Invasion of Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 5, 2003.

Bush's Speech on Democratization and Nation-Building Before the American Enterprise Institute & Dan Rather's Interview with Saddam Hussein. Interviewed along with guest Political Science Professor Mark Hagopian from American International University in Springfield, Massachusetts by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on February 27, 2003.

Problems of U.S. Coalition Building for War with Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on February 21, 2003.

Arrest of Terrorists in Bahrain & Assessment of Worldwide Anti-War Protests Against a U.S. War on Iraq. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on February 17, 2003.

Comment on U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell's Address Before the United Nations Arguing that Iraq Possesses Weapons of Mass Destruction in Violation of UN Resolutions. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on February 5, 2003.

The American Studies Center at the University of Bahrain. Interviewed for TV, along with my U.S. History and American Government classes, by CNN reporter and video journalist Becky Diamond, for CNN International, at the University of Bahrain in the Kingdom of Bahrain on January 7, 2003.

Does UN Resolution Mean War in Middle East Is Inevitable?   Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on November 11, 2002.

Is a U.S. War Against Iraq Inevitable? Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on August 9, 2002.

Could Invasion of Iraq Destabilize Middle East? Interviewed along with guest Hussein Ibish, Communications Director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on August 9, 2002.

A Nine Month Assessment of Bush's War on Terrorism. Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on June 12, 2002.

Iraq and Bush's Next Move in the U.S. War on Terrorism.Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on March 26, 2002.

Adjunct Faculty in Massachusetts Community Colleges.  Interviewed by host Tony Gill on Hot Talk on WAIC, 91.9 FM, Springfield, MA on November 13, 2001.

The US/NATO War on Yugoslavia.   Interviewed for one-half hour by host David Gold on The David Gold Show on KWRD-FM, 94.9 FM, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas, May 28, 1999.

Affirmative Action and the Elimination of Race-based Admissions at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  Interviewed by reporter Karen Brown on News Feature Segment on WFCR, 88.5 FM, Amherst, MA, February 24, 1999.

On the 1996 Elections.   Interviewed by host Hussein Ibish on Undercurrents  on WMUA, 91.1 FM, Amherst, MA, November 4, 1996.

The Legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois and his Enduring Influence and Importance to Us and Our Lives Today.   Interviewed by host Jonathan Klate on Amherst Airways  on WTTT, 1430 AM, Amherst, MA, February 16, 1994.

Whether to Retain the UMass Minuteman Mascot.  Interviewed, along with three other students, on the Dan Yorke Show, on WGGB-TV, Ch. 40, Springfield, MA, October 20, 1993.

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SELECTED ADVISORY ROLES

  • Served as Judge for Mercer County Social Studies Fair at Mercer Mall in Bluefield, WV on November 20, 2017.
  • Member of the SAGE Publishing Data Advisory Board. April 2016 - February 2017. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publishing Inc.
  • Along with fellow ISO Advisors Kim Reed and Angela Wassum, took ISO students to Washington, DC for annual trip and tour of the nation's capital from April 28-30, 2017.
  • Assisted with ISO participation in "A Taste Around the World" community event sponsored by Tynes Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church and organized by Rev. Marviene Johnson, who also works in the Registrar's Office at Bluefield State on April 22, 2017.
  • Along with Mr. Mark Warner took students to West Virginia Higher Education Day in Charleston, WV, March 15, 2017.
  • Served as Judge for Mercer County Social Studies Fair at Mercer Mall in Bluefield, WV on November 7, 2016.
  • Faculty Advisor, Interntional Student Organization, Bluefield State College (Fall 2016-Spring 2017)
  • Member of the SAGE Publishing Data Advisory Board. April 2016 - February 2017. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publishing Inc. [https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/us-political-stats]
  • Along with Dr. JoAnn Robinson and Mr. Eugene 'Lacy' Watson, took students to US State Department HBCU Foreign Policy Conference in Washington, DC on February 19-20, 2016.
  • Along with Mr. Jim Nelson took students to West Virginia Higher Education Day in Charleston, WV, January 19, 2016.
  • Along with Mr. Eugene 'Lacy' Watson, took students to US State Department HBCU Foreign Policy Conference in Washington, DC on March 6-7, 2015.
  • Along with Mr. Jim Nelson took students to West Virginia Higher Education Day in Charleston, WV, January 27, 2015.
  • Served as Judge for Mercer County Social Studies Fair at Mercer Mall in Bluefield, WV on February 9, 2015.
  • Along with Mr. Jim Nelson took students to West Virginia Higher Education Day in Charleston, WV, February 21, 2014.
  • Along with Mr. Jim Nelson took students to West Virginia Higher Education Day in Charleston, WV, March 21, 2013.
  • Review contributor for Kegley Jr., Charles W. and Shannon L. Blanton. 2013. World Politics: Trend and Transformation, 2013 - 2014 Update Edition, 14th Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
  • Director, Bluefield State College Model United Nations, Fall 2012-Fall 2013. Created BSC Model United Nations symbol in Summer of 2013. Created also " Welcome to the BSC Model UN" PowerPoint presentation in Summer/Fall 2013. Took students to American Model United Nations Conference in Chicago, IL in Fall 2012. Took students to visit the United Nations Headquarters in New York City in Spring 2013.

  • Editor, University of Bahrain American Studies Center biannual magazine, ASC News, 2004-2011.

  • Provided political assessment of President Barack Obama's speech at Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt on June 4, 2009 to Helen LaFave, Cultural Affairs Officer, US Embassy in Baghdad on June 5, 2009.

  • Founding Member of the Bahrain-American Cultural Exchange Society, March 2009.

  • Faculty Advisor for the University of Bahrain English Language Club, 2005-2011.

  • Article reviewer for the journal RETHINKING Marxism, 1994-2009.

  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for The New World of Politics: An Introduction to Political Science, 2001-2003.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant
University of New Orleans, Fall 1986-Spring 1987

  • Entered data and performed statistical analysis under the direction of Professor John Gates, Spring 1987.
  • Drew maps using SPSSG for second edition of International Governmental Organization book under direction of Professor Robert Jordan, Fall 1986.
  • Proofread and edited conference papers for journal publication under direction of Professor Charles D. Hadley, Fall 1986.
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COUNSELING EXPERIENCE

Undergraduate Advisor
Bluefield State College, Fall 2012-Present

  • Tasked with counseling Department of Social Sciences undergraduates on course options and curriculum requirements and verifying students have completed degree requirements.

Undergraduate Advisor
University of Bahrain, Fall 2004-February 2011

  • Tasked with counseling Department of English Language & Literature undergraduates on course options and curriculum requirements and verifying students have completed degree requirements.

Undergraduate Counselor
University of Massachusetts, Spring 1988 and Spring 1992

  • Counseled political science undergraduates on course options, curriculum requirements, and related personal matters.

Academic Advisor, Holyoke Community College, Fall 2001-Present

  • Counseled undergraduates on course options, majors, career goals, curriculum requirements, etc.

DEPARTMENTAL & COMMITTEE EXPERIENCE

President's Task Force on Building Revenue, Fall 2016, Bluefield State College

Member of Office of International Initiatives Advisory Committee for Internationalization of the Curriculum, Fall 2015-Present, Bluefield State College

  • Assist Director, Professor Sudhakar Jamkhandi in revising the International Studies Minor

College Committee Experience

  • Fall 2012 to present, representing the Department of Social Sciences in the School of Arts & Sciences, Bluefield State College
  • Chair, Department of Social Sciences--August 2013-May 2015
  • Member, LiveText Advisory CommitteeFall 2013-present

Department Committee Experience
Fall 2002 to 2011, Department of English Language & Literature, University of Bahrain

  • Member, American Studies Committee, Fall 2002-February 2011
  • Faculty Coordinator, UOB English Language Club, Fall 2005-February 2011
  • DELL Faculty Meeting Minutes Secretary, Fall 2006-February 2011
  • ASC Web Coordinator, Fall 2003-February 2011
  • ASC News magazine editor, Fall 2003- February 2011
  • Member, DELL Mass Communication Minor Committee, Spring 2003
  • Member, DELL Committee on Exemption and Transfer, Spring 2005-Spring 2007
  • Member, English Language Newspaper/Club Committee, Spring 2005-Spring 2006
  • Member, DELL E-Learning Committee, Spring 2005-Spring 2007
  • Member, DELL Student Affairs Committee, Fall 2006-Spring 2007
  • Sole Member, Publicity Committee for DELL 2nd Intl. Conference, Fall 2007-Spring 2008
  • Member, DELL Research Committee, Fall 2009-Spring 2010
  • Head, DELL Textbook Committee, Fall 2009-Spring 2010
  • Member, DELL Conference & Seminars Committee, Fall 2009-Spring 2010

 

American Studies Center Committee

University of Bahrain
Member Fall 2002-2011

  • Established an ASC email distribution list in 2006 which, by 2009, had over 250 members, including recipients in five different continents. Due to the large and increasing number of recipients, with the help of the UOB IT Center, on May 16, 2009, we inaugurated the ASC-list listserv, thus allowing members to post directly to the list. Current list membership is 350 members.
  • Established in January 2004 a website for the American Studies Center at the following URL: http://userspages.uob.edu.bh/asc.
  • Member of Fulbright and Humphrey Scholarship Selection Committee. Interviewed and selected applicants for Fulbright and Humphrey State Department scholarships on September 4 and 6, 2007 at US Embassy in Manama.
  • Established a biannual newsletter for the American Studies Center, entitled ASC News, with the first issue published in February 2004. The newsletter became a magazine after two issues. Obtained, in the fall of 2006, new Apple PowerMac G5 computer, HP Color Laserjet 3600 printer, QuarkXpress software, and Adobe Creative Suite STD CS 2.0 for MAC software in order to design the ASC News magazine in-house.
  • Equipped and maintained computer lab for American Studies Center students.
  • Assisted in supervising students from the American Studies Center on a tour of the US Naval Support Activity base in Juffair, Bahrain (home of the US Fifth Fleet and US Central Command) and the USS Dallas submarine in the Mina Salman port on June 22, 2004.
  • Assisted in supervising students from the American Studies Center on a visit to and tour of the USS Nimitz in the Arabian Gulf on June 25, 2003.
  • Barbequed hot dogs and hamburgers at the American Studies Center booth at the Bahrain National Day festivities held at the University of Bahrain Isa Town campus on December 16, 2002.
  • Assisted ASC Director Dr. John Hillis in selecting geographical and historical maps for the Center.
  • Assisted ASC Director Dr. John Hillis in selecting new videos of historical, literary, and political significance to the Center's curriculum.
  • Selected new textbooks for use in the following American Studies Center classes: AMST 205 & AMST 206; AMST 201 & AMST 202; AMST 224; and AMST 420; and secured updated CD-ROM copies of InfoUSA: Information USA for AMST 211 & AMST 212.

Computer Committee
University of Massachusetts
Graduate Representative, 1988-1993

  • Successfully lobbied for establishment of a Graduate Computer Room equipped with two computers and printer. Instituted Computer Room Fund on pay as you print basis. Thereafter, we acquired additional equipment including a data transfer switchbox, three more computers and monitors, two additional printers, mainframe hookup, additional software, etc.

Graduate Studies Committee
University of Massachusetts, Fall 1987 and Spring 1988

  • Along with three other graduate representatives, an unsuccessful effort was made to reinstitute graduate representation on faculty search committees.

Graduate Representative
University of New Orleans, Fall 1986 and Spring 1987

  • Responsible for reinstituting graduate representation at faculty meetings.

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CERTIFICATIONS

West Virginia State Purchasing Card Certification Ethics Training
Completed on April 24, 2017
  • The West Virginia State Purchasing Card Program was implemented in 1996 addressing the need for a process that would create more accountability for purchases, improve relations with vendors and save the State millions through cost avoidance. All cardholders are required to receive training prior to having access to a PCard or the PCard software. For State cardholders, two separate training sessions and quizzes are required. One session being on the West Virginia's Ethics Act. WVURC cardholders are required to complete the WVURC Cardholder Training and quiz provided by PCPS PCard Administration; however, if the WVURC cardholder has a State PCard, he/she does not need to take the WVURC training, as he/she has already taken the State training.(West Virginia State Purchasing Card Ethics Certification Training Completion Certificate)
West Virginia State Purchasing Card Travel Only Certification Training
Completed on April 24, 2017
  • The West Virginia State Purchasing Card Program was developed to provide local government entities a single purchasing card program to replace the various card types employed in county commissions, municipalities, boards of education and other miscellaneous local boards and authorities. One single purchasing card program allows local governments to institute a proper transaction monitoring system while earning a rebate that may be utilized for government operations.(West Virginia State Purchasing Card Travel Only Certification Training Completion Certificate)
Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Online Training Program
Completed on December 26, 2016.
  • The conflict of interest law serves the public interest by promoting integrity and confidence in public service. The law prevents conflicts between private interests and public duties so that the general public can have confidence that public employees perform their duties objectively and in the best interests of their employer without undisclosed outside influences that might impair their objectivity. (Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Online Training Program Completion Certificate)

Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Online Training Program
Completed on February 8, 2015.

  • The conflict of interest law serves the public interest by promoting integrity and confidence in public service. The law prevents conflicts between private interests and public duties so that the general public can have confidence that public employees perform their duties objectively and in the best interests of their employer without undisclosed outside influences that might impair their objectivity. (Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Online Training Program Completion Certificate)

Texas Educator Certificate
Original Effective Date: October 25, 2013.
Validity Period: 08/25/2013 - 12/31/2018.

  • State Board for Educator Certification certifies that Colin S. Cavell has fulfilled all requirements of the State of Texas and is authorized to practice as a certified educator in the areas designated below:
    Standard, Classroom Teacher
    Social Studies (Grades 8-12)
    (Texas Educator Certificate)

NSC Defensive Driving Course Abridged Version
Completed on February 26, 2014.

  • The National Safety Council's online Defensive Driving Course is the Council's first Internet-based driver-training program and is based on the 8-hour defensive driving course for the classroom, but takes the average student half that time to complete. If you are taking the course for a specific purpose, such as for an auto insurance premium reduction, an employer, or as a court requirement please verify how long you have to complete the course. You can receive a certificate of completion from the National Safety Council that, in many states, can be used to lower or maintain automobile insurance rates. Only one certificate will be issued to each account. (National Safety Council's online Defensive Driving Course Completion Certificate)

Title IX Investigator Certification
Presented by Daniel C. Swinton, J.D., Ed.D. & Brett A. Sokolow, J.D. and CEO of the NCHERM Group
Wheeling, WV, February 26-27, 2013.

  • Training held at West Virginia Northern Community College

  • Knowledge certification on how to conduct investigations of civil rights infractions, hate crimes, gender bias, racial, religious, ethnic, and other discriminatory acts against any group or protected class, including knowledge of the confluence of campus, civil, and criminal processes, legal obligations that attach, and how to work cooperatively and collaboratively without obstructing other interested parties. (Title IX Certificate of Completion)

Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Online Training Program
Completed on December 26, 2012.

  • The conflict of interest law serves the public interest by promoting integrity and confidence in public service. The law prevents conflicts between private interests and public duties so that the general public can have confidence that public employees perform their duties objectively and in the best interests of their employer without undisclosed outside influences that might impair their objectivity. (Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Online Training Program Completion Certificate)

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UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE

Web Design Coordinator
University of Massachusetts Outreach -- 12/98-1/01
University of Massachusetts Extension --2/98-12/98, Design Assistance--12/98-1/01

  • Responsible for design, creation, editing and coordination of UMass Outreach website.  Provide support to faculty and staff for Web page development, including basic design, construction and tutoring in HTML and document conversion applications. Provide technical assistance in further development of the UMass Outreach Web page, including design, and research of other models of Outreach web page designs.  Provide support for UMass Extension faculty and staff in CFNR, SPHHS, and University Outreach in the assessment and remediation of Y2K problems involving personal computers.   Diagnose, make recommendations and implement where appropriate.  Investigate and determine appropriate software programs.  (See portfolio of work.)

Copy Editor & Production Technician
University of Massachusetts Press
9/97-1/98

  • Responsible for page layout, editing, proofreading, technical and production aspects of special book project cataloguing flora of the Northeast United States, entitled: Manual of the Vascular Flora of New England and Adjacent New York by Dennis W. Magee and Harry E. Ahles.

Computer Consultant
12/96-3/97
University of Massachusetts
Department of Environmental Health & Safety
Amherst, MA

  • Fixed old and created new templates of departmental documents and forms online utilizing macros and other features of Microsoft Word 6.0.

HTML Editor & Publications Assistant
University of Massachusetts
Office of Information Technologies (OIT)
Help Desk Services & Software Support
9/95-9/97

  • Responsible for editing and/or creating OIT Help Desk Documents in Hypertext MarkUp Language (HTML) for placement online on the Department's Web Page.

Executive Officer of the Graduate Student Senate
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA
Fall 1994 and Spring 1995 (Elected position)

  • Secured Senate approval for and purchased two new computers and advanced software and obtained and refurbished three old computers from University storage. Connected all GSS office computers to the University mainframe for Internet access and established in-office FAX line. Established GSS menu on the University Gopher Server and uploaded relevant GSS documentation to the University gopher. In 1996, technology eclipsed the gopher format, so I created a web page for the GSS. Also, in coalition with other graduate and undergraduate students and University faculty and staff, successfully persuaded the University Trustees to name the University Library in honor of W.E.B. Du Bois. In addition, I revised and updated the list of University task forces, councils, and committees which graduate students are appointed to and put relevant committee information on the University Gopher and Web server.

University Council, Committee & Roundtable Experience
Fall 1994 and Spring 1995, UMass Amherst

    Member, Faculty Senate Graduate Council
    Member, Faculty Senate Graduate Council Subcommittee on Student Affairs
    Member, Faculty Senate Graduate Council Subcommittee on Academic Standards
    Member, Faculty Senate Research Library Council
    Member, Chancellor's Library Name Committee
    Member, Campus Center/Student Union Commission
    Member, PEW Higher Education Roundtable, Sept. 26-7, 1994

Editor, Housing Scope
University of Massachusetts
Division of Housing Services
Amherst, MA
Summer 1993, Fall 1993, and Spring 1994

  • Replaced Housing Services newsletter with a monthly newspaper printed on newsprint. Secured new and expanded office for the paper and successfully pushed for and hired three student reporters. Purchased new 11 x 17 printer, connected office to the University mainframe and established Internet connectivity, and secured updated software. Increased circulation of paper from 500 to 975 copies.

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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

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NONACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

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HONORS

Recipient of Certificate of AppreciationSpring 2013

Awarded a certificate of appreciation for serving as the Bluefield State College Model United Nations club advisor. Issued by the BSC Office of Student Activities.

 

Recipient of trophy of gratitude and appreciation2008-2009

Awarded a trophy by the University of Bahrain Dean of Student Affairs for advising the UOB English Language Club for the academic year 2008-2009.  The trophy states:

Dedication from the Dean of Student Affairs to Dr. Colin Shawn Cavell, the advisor of the English Language Club, in recognition of his exceptional efforts in student activities.  Thank you, Dean of Student Affairs.

 

Recipient of trophy of gratitude and appreciation from ASC studentsJune 25, 2009

Awarded trophy by ASC students in appreciation of service to the ASC.  The trophy states:

To Colin S. Cavell, Ph.D., Professor of the American Studies Center and Editor of the ASC News magazine in recognition of his selfless devotion and sacrifice for the benefit of the American Studies Center and its students. 

 

Recipient of trophy of gratitude and appreciation2007-2008

Awarded a trophy by the University of Bahrain Dean of Student Affairs for advising the UOB English Language Club for the academic year 2007-2008.  The trophy states:

Dedication from the Dean of Student Affairs to Dr. Colin Shawn Cavell, the advisor of the English Language Club, in recognition of his exceptional efforts in student activities.  Thank you, Dean of Student Affairs. 

 

Recipient of certificate and trophy of gratitude and appreciationJune 7, 2007

Awarded a trophy and a certificate by the University of Bahrain Dean of Student Affairs for advising the UOB English Language Club for the academic year 2006-2007.  The Certificate of Gratitude and Appreciation states:

Appreciation of distinguished effort which was granted in supervising and follow-up and guidance for English Language Club ActivitiesProfessor Dr. Huda Hassan Al-Khaja, Dean of Student Affairs & Khalil Saeed Al-Khunaizi, Manager of Student Affairs Department.

The trophy states:  Dedication to Dr. Colin Shawn Cavell, Instructor of English Language Club, Appreciation for your Excellent Effort in Student Activities 2006-2007.  With Compliment of Deanship of Student Affairs.

Recipient of Graduate School Travel GrantJune 8, 1998

Awarded Graduate School Travel Grant to compensate for expenses incurred in presenting a paper at the International Studies Association Midwest Conference held at the Sheraton City Centre Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio from October 3-5 of 1997. Entitled The Export of Democracy to Latin America: The U.S. Record, my paper was one of four papers presented for the panel on Human Rights In Theory and Practice.

                       Winner of the 1996 Chancellor's Award for Multiculturalism

Selections for award winners are based on original contributions to the University, the attainment of high priority objectives, service beyond the call of duty,' the achievement of significant improvements in teaching or curriculum development, and the promotion of the awareness of multicultural issues and concerns (The Campus Chronicle, May 3, 1996).

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UNIVERSITY AFFILIATIONS & ACTIVITIES

  • American Studies Center, University of Bahrain (2002-2011)
  • DCE Representative, Holyoke Community College Professional Assn. (2001-2002)
  • Graduate Employee Organization (GEO), UAW Local 2322 (1991-2001)
  • UMass Anti-Racism Coalition (1992-2001)
  • UMass Graduate Student Senate (1994-2001)
  • W.E.B. Du Bois Petition Coalition (1993-2001)

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TRAVEL EXPERIENCE BY COUNTRY

Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Belgium, Canada, French Republic (i.e. France), Federal Republic of Germany, Islamic Republic of Iran, State of Libya, United Mexican States (i.e. Mexico), Kingdom of Morocco, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Republic of Panama, Republic of Peru, State of Qatar, Kingdom of Spain, Swiss Confederation (i.e. Switzerland), Kingdom of Thailand, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America

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REFERENCES

Available upon request.

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