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Middle East Quarterly

SPRING 2009 • VOLUME 16: NUMBER 2

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Uriya Shavit and Frederic Wiesenbach, Muslim Strategies to Convert Western Christians
Uncovering the drive to Islamize the West

Esther Ben-David, Europe's Shifting Immigration Dynamic
Can Europe take control of its immigration policy?

TURKEY, PRESENT AND PAST

Tuncay Babalı, Turkey at the Energy Crossroads
Ankara reaches out to Moscow and Tehran

Yücel Güçlü, Will Untapped Ottoman Archives Reshape the Armenian Debate?
Politicians draw conclusions while historians ignore new data

Harsh V. Pant, Pakistan and Iran's Dysfunctional Relationship
Could a decades-old rivalry threaten Afghan stability?

Yakov Faitelson, The Politics of Palestinian Demography
Good policy cannot be based on faulty numbers

Phyllis Chesler, Are Honor Killings Simply Domestic Violence?
Islamists say yes, but they're wrong

DOCUMENT

Michael Metrinko: "The American Military Advisor"
A guide for military advisors deploying to the Middle East

George W. Bush: "America Reshaped Our Approach to the Middle East"
The outgoing president portrays his Middle East legacy as a success

CORRESPONDENCE

Criticizing Edward Said ... The Shi'a and The Jewel of Medina

REVIEWS

Efraim Inbar, Israel's Foreign Policy
An author's animosity to Israel undercuts scholarship

Moshe Dann, The War over Israel's Settlements
Misrepresenting the complexity of the settlement debate

Brief Reviews
Al-Qaeda ... Iraq ... The peace process ... The Six Day War

DISSIDENT WATCH

Heather Robinson, Mithal al-Alusi
A brave Iraqi fights for liberalism and tolerance amidst terror

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