SPRING 2005 VOLUME XII: NUMBER 2
CHINA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
Jin Liangxiang, Energy First
China's thirst for oil requires active engagement in the Middle East
Dan Blumenthal, Providing Arms
Beijing builds its diplomacy on guns, not butter
THE POST-ZIONIST CRITIQUE
Meyrav Wurmser, Post-Zionism and the Sephardi Question
Some Jews from Arab countries have second thoughts
Efraim Karsh, Benny Morris's Reign of Error, Revisited
Morris still tries to blame Israel for the Palestinian refugee crisis
Daniel Pipes, "The Hell of Israel Is Better than the Paradise of Arafat"
Surprise: Palestinians prefer a liberal democracy
Timothy Furnish, Beheading in the Name of Islam
Decapitation has a long Islamist legacy
Khaleel Mohammed, Assessing English Translations of the Qur'an
Sectarian bias and political agendas mar most publications
King Abdullah II, "Iraq is the Battleground-the West against Iran."
Jordan tries to build stability in a rough neighborhood
Kanan Makiya, "All Levels of the Iraqi Government Were Complicit."
A leading Iraqi intellectual discusses tyranny, freedom, and remembrance
Who Undercut Ambassador Horan?
A colleague of the late Ambassador recollects his recall from Saudi Arabia
Suzanne Gershowitz, Dissident Watch: Aktham Naisse
A Damocles' sword hangs over Syria's most outspoken human rights activist
Hizb ut-Tahr ... CIA ... IAEA ... Eurabia ... Neve Shalom ... Israel's Left