David Lesch

David W. Lesch is professor of Middle East history, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX. He has written numerous books on the Middle East and has traveled widely there on scholarly, business, and diplomatic endeavors. He is a frequent consultant to US government departments on Middle East issues. He lives in San Antonio.


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The Syria I Knew: On the Fall of the House of Assad


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