WINTER 2007 VOLUME XIV: NUMBER 1
Pernille Ammitzbøll and Lorenzo Vidino, After the Danish Cartoon Controversy
Moderate Muslims battle back after radical imams manufactured a crisis
Patrick Clawson, Could Sanctions Work against Tehran?
Iran is more vulnerable to economic sanctions than many believe
Igor Khrestin and John Elliott, Russia and the Middle East
Moscow strikes a Faustian bargain with Islamists and terror sponsors
Thomas von der Osten-Sacken and Thomas Uwer, Is Female Genital Mutilation an Islamic Problem?
Failure to address female circumcision reflects lack of freedom, not absence of a problem
Ali Alfoneh, Iran's Suicide Brigades
Training suicide battalions has both domestic and international purposes
Soner Cagaptay, Can the PKK Renounce Violence?
The Kurdish terrorist group's rhetoric may change, but its beliefs do not
OUT WITH THE NEW, IN WITH THE OLD
Barry Rubin, Arab Politics: Back to Futility
History repeats as Islamists adopt failed Arab nationalist strategies
Or Honig, The End of Israeli Military Restraint
As restraint fails, Jerusalem reverts to a policy of deterrence
WHO OWNS KIRKUK?
Nouri Talabany, The Kurdish Case
Kirkuk is the Kurdish "Jerusalem"
Yücel Güçlü, The Turkoman Case
Kirkuk's Turkoman roots must be recognized
Dutch Islamists ... Kurds
Arabian oil ... Northern Iraq ... Barbary pirates
Michael Rubin, Dissident Watch: Mansour Osanlou
Preventing a new Solidarity, Tehran cracks down on a bus drivers' union