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Taylor Luck

Taylor Luck is a journalist and analyst who has reported from his base in Amman, Jordan, for the past decade. Luck is a Middle East correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and special correspondent for the Washington Post, focusing on Jordanian affairs, Islamic movements, refugee issues, Syria and the Arab Gulf. Luck’s work has also appeared in the Guardian,, the German Press Agency (DPA) and the Jordan Times. His monthly column on regional political affairs can be found in the National. Luck has been quoted and interviewed by several Arab and Western media outlets including NPR, FOX News, Al Arabiya, Al Jazeera English and BBC World Radio. Twitter: @Taylor_Luck.

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