SPRING 2006 VOLUME XIII: NUMBER 2
Daniel Pipes and Sharon Chadha, CAIR: Islamists Fooling the Establishment
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is wrongly an establishment favorite
David Kennedy Houck, The Islamist Challenge to the U.S. Constitution
U.S. Islamic groups want to return to separate-but-equal
Dan Diker and Pinchas Inbari, Re-energizing a West Bank-Jordan Alliance
Are plans for a new Jordanian-Palestinian federation being dusted off?
P.R. Kumaraswamy, At What Cost Israel-China Ties?
Israel's arms sales to the People's Republic of China are a costly blunder
Jonathan Eric Lewis, Replace Turkey as a Strategic Partner?
As Washington counts less on Ankara, new regional partners emerge
Has the Saudi Kingdom Reformed?
Four experts debate Saudi reform and Washington's relations with Riyadh
Does Saudi Arabia Fund Terrorism?
Four years after 9-11, the U.S. government takes Riyadh at its word
Europe: "Our Discussions with Iran Have Reached an Impasse"
European officials admit they've been had. Will they learn from their mistakes?
Yücel Güçlü, Mislabeling Genocide?
Another author misrepresents the complexity of Anatolia in World War I
Barry Rubin, Hammer, Sickle, and Crescent
A KGB archivist reveals Cold War secrets concerning the Middle East
Oil ... Petro-wealth ... Kurdistan ... H.V. Evatt ... Operation Solomon
Michael Rubin, Dissident Watch: Kamal Sayid Qadir
Iraqi Kurdistan claims to be a beacon of democracy, but its record suggests the opposite