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Title Publication Author Date
Egypt under Al-Sisi: His Toughest Challenge is his Most Challenging Opportunity Diplomatist Magazine Raymond Stock August 2014
Sherman's 300,000 and the Caliphate's Three Million Asia Times David P. Goldman August 12, 2014
How Church Attendance Affects American Attitudes toward Israel Israel Hayom Daniel Pipes August 5, 2014
No Economic Aid to Hamas-Ruled Gaza BESA Center Perspectives Efraim Inbar July 29, 2014
Don't Put Terrorists on Trial National Review Online Daniel Pipes July 14, 2014
Fractured States The Jerusalem Post Jonathan Spyer July 4, 2014
Turmoil in Iraq Spells Trouble for Oil Markets The Wall Street Journal Gal Luft and Robert McFarlane June 23, 2014
ISIS Rampages, the Middle East Shakes National Review Online Daniel Pipes June 12, 2014
A Limited Disclosure Nuclear Agreement with Iran: Promise or Peril? Foreign Policy Research Institute Gary C. Gambill June 2014
Rahim Sabadia: Portrait of a Disgraced Defense Contractor PJ Media David J. Rusin May 28, 2014
Don't Blame the People for Iranian Intransigence The Jerusalem Post Gary C. Gambill May 20, 2014
Nigerian 'Sex-Slaves' Disrupt Obama Narrative on Islam Human Events Raymond Ibrahim May 15, 2014
A Sweet Deal for the Mullahs The National Post Gary C. Gambill May 13, 2014
Why [Israeli-Palestinian] Negotiations Collapsed The Times of Israel Alexander H. Joffe May 3, 2014
Jerusalem is Not up for Grabs BESA Center Perspectives Efraim Inbar April 10, 2014
More sitcom than CENTCOM Asia Times David P. Goldman March 10, 2014
The End of the 'Wrong Side of History' PJ Media Jonathan Spyer March 5, 2014
Reading the Obama Interview The Times of Israel Alexander H. Joffe March 3, 2014
Obama's Hollow Promises Abroad The Washington Times Daniel Pipes February 12, 2014
The Boycott Mirage Israel Hayom Efraim Inbar February 6, 2014
Kerry Boasts of 'Pluralistic' Syria Once Assad Gone Raymondibrahim.com Raymond Ibrahim January 23, 2014
The U.S. and Christian Persecution National Review Online Raymond Ibrahim January 18, 2014
Confidence Game: Losing American Support, the Gulf States Scramble The Tower Jonathan Spyer January 2014
Why the U.S. Failed in Iraq Middle East Quarterly Steve Dobransky Winter 2014
Saudis Bristle at Obama's Outreach to Iran The Washington Times Daniel Pipes December 3, 2013
Is the US changing sides in the regional conflict between Iran and its enemies? The Jerusalem Post Jonathan Spyer November 30, 2013
U.S. Blindspot Shows on the Iran Nuclear Deal Tablet Magazine Jonathan Spyer November 25, 2013
The JFK Assassination's Continued Importance National Review Online Daniel Pipes November 22, 2013
The Silver Lining of Obama's Weak America The Washington Times Daniel Pipes November 12, 2013
Kerry: Stay home Israel Hayom Efraim Inbar November 10, 2013
After the Pax Americana PJ Media Jonathan Spyer November 9, 2013
Obama Turns on Israel National Review Online Daniel Pipes November 8, 2013
Obama vs. Putin -- is the Cold War about to return to the Middle East? Fox News Raymond Stock October 28, 2013
Let Refugees Remain in Their Own Culture Zones The Washington Times Daniel Pipes September 24, 2013
Scoring the Syria Deal National Review Online Daniel Pipes September 17, 2013
US plays Monopoly, Russia plays chess Asia Times David P. Goldman September 16, 2013
Pushed on the Bandwagon Foreign Policy Steven J. Rosen September 4, 2013
The Failure of U.S. Policy toward Damascus Middle East Quarterly Eyal Zisser Fall 2013
The Pros and Cons of Attacking Syria PJ Media David P. Goldman August 28, 2013
Obama's Foreign Fiasco The Washington Times Daniel Pipes August 21, 2013
World learns to manage without the US Asia Times David P. Goldman August 19, 2013
America's Problems in the Middle East are Just Beginning PJ Media David P. Goldman August 15, 2013
Egyptians Enraged by U.S. Outreach to Muslim Brotherhood PJ Media Raymond Ibrahim August 9, 2013
Obama, McCain and Graham make a 'huge mistake' in Egypt Fox News Raymond Stock August 8, 2013
Dumb, Dumber, Dumberer in Washington PJ Media David P. Goldman July 26, 2013
Waiting for Captain America National Post Gary C. Gambill July 26, 2013
U.S. Ambassador to Egypt: "Muslim Brotherhood's Lackey" Gatestone Institute Raymond Ibrahim July 17, 2013
Obama's Proxy War on Mideast Christians PJ Media Raymond Ibrahim June 27, 2013
Obama to Egyptian Christians: Don't Protest the Brotherhood FrontPageMagazine.com Raymond Ibrahim June 25, 2013
Obama Administration Calls for the 'Human Rights' of Jihadi Murderers PJ Media Raymond Ibrahim May 25, 2013
The U.S. Government Compiles a Bibliography The Washington Times Daniel Pipes May 23, 2013
Dumb and Dumber Tablet Magazine David P. Goldman May 20, 2013
Who Is James Dobbins? PJ Media David P. Goldman May 7, 2013
Support Assad The Washington Times Daniel Pipes April 11, 2013
Obama to Palestinians: Accept the Jewish State The Washington Times Daniel Pipes March 26, 2013
Explaining Obama's Fixation with Israel National Review Online Daniel Pipes March 19, 2013
Muslim Cleric Calls U.S. Aid to Egypt 'Jizya' FrontPageMagazine.com Raymond Ibrahim March 19, 2013
Barack Obama's first trip to Israel as US president ABC News Australia March 15, 2013
Why on earth is Obama going to Israel? The Times of Israel Alexander H. Joffe March 12, 2013
Problems in the U.S. Military Middle East Quarterly David J. Rusin Spring 2013
The U.S. versus the 'Shi'ite Crescent'? The Jerusalem Post Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi February 5, 2013
Learning the Wrong Lessons from Ike The National Interest Alexander H. Joffe February 1, 2013
Obama's Anti-Zionism The Washington Times Daniel Pipes January 22, 2013
The Folly of Arming Syria's Rebels The National Interest Gary C. Gambill January 14, 2013
Don't blame America for Syrian strife National Post Gary C. Gambill January 14, 2013
Using Cold War Tactics to Confront Iran The Washington Times Daniel Pipes January 9, 2013
The Islamic Schoolyard-Bully and Obama's America FrontPageMagazine.com Raymond Ibrahim October 18, 2012
Post-Mortem on the Muhammad Protests National Review Online Daniel Pipes October 2, 2012
Rampaging Islamists The Washington Times Daniel Pipes September 19, 2012
Romney vs. Obama vis-à-vis Israel National Review Online Daniel Pipes September 4, 2012
Wait Out the War in Syria The Washington Times Daniel Pipes August 21, 2012
Spy vs. Spy, America vs. Israel National Review Online Daniel Pipes August 7, 2012
Obama Administration's War on Persecuted Christians Investigative Project on Terrorism Raymond Ibrahim August 2, 2012
After an Israeli Strike on Iran The Washington Times Daniel Pipes June 26, 2012
Israeli Settlements, American Pressure, and Peace JCPA Strategic Perspectives Steven J. Rosen 2012
Stay out of the Syrian Morass The Washington Times Daniel Pipes June 13, 2012
Count Palestine Refugees? National Review Online Daniel Pipes May 29, 2012
An 'Imaginary' President Appeases a Very Real Islam FrontPageMagazine.com Raymond Ibrahim May 28, 2012
Talking Points Foreign Policy Steven J. Rosen March 2, 2012
Gary Sick, Discredited but Honored Middle East Quarterly Emanuele Ottolenghi Spring 2012
Can Afghanistan Be Rescued? Middle East Quarterly Wahabuddin Ra'ees Spring 2012
Rethinking U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan Middle East Quarterly Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi Winter 2012
Assessing the Surge in Iraq MERIA Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi December 22, 2011
Tehran holds Obama re-election wild card [in Iraq] The Washington Times Daniel Pipes December 20, 2011
Egypt's Sham Election National Review Online Daniel Pipes and Cynthia Farahat December 6, 2011
Obama Administration Bans Knowledge of Islam Hudson New York Raymond Ibrahim November 30, 2011
Friendless in the Middle East National Review Online Daniel Pipes November 8, 2011
Obama's Misplaced Mideast Optimism National Review Online Daniel Pipes October 25, 2011
Hillary Clinton Promises to Save Egypt's Christians? Jihad Watch Raymond Ibrahim October 13, 2011
The State Department's Skewed Standards Jihad Watch Raymond Ibrahim September 23, 2011
Exposed: Ron Paul's Foreign Policy Ignorance and Naivety Pajamas Media Raymond Ibrahim September 15, 2011
Panetta vs. U.S. Military on Iraq The American Spectator Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi September 13, 2011
The U.S. Government's Failed History of Muslim Outreach Pajamas Media Patrick Poole September 11, 2011
What 9/11 Has Wrought Middle East Quarterly Dov S. Zakheim Fall 2011
Obama's Pretend Counterterrorism Policy National Review Daniel Pipes August 29, 2011
White House Mischief The Washington Times Daniel Pipes August 16, 2011
Empower Iranians vs. Tehran National Review Online Daniel Pipes July 19, 2011
Weakening Washington's Middle East Influence Middle East Quarterly Lee Smith Summer 2011
1967 borders: New policy or reiteration? CNN May 24, 2011
Obama's Middle East Speech National Review Online: The Corner Raymond Ibrahim May 19, 2011
Ideals Trump Interests in Obama's Libya Policy Hudson New York Raymond Ibrahim April 6, 2011
Four Middle Eastern Upheavals FoxNews.com Daniel Pipes March 29, 2011
Back to the Shores of Tripoli? National Review Online Daniel Pipes March 10, 2011
Libya: What to do? National Review Online Raymond Ibrahim March 10, 2011
Abbas vs. Obama Middle East Quarterly Steven J. Rosen Spring 2011
Mission Creep and Its Discontents Middle East Quarterly Amitai Etzioni Spring 2011
Obama's Moment of Truth at the UN Commentary Steven J. Rosen January 6, 2011
Why Isn't Obama Pressuring the Palestinians? Foreign Policy Steven J. Rosen January 4, 2011
Adrift in Arabia The Journal of International Security Affairs Efraim Karsh Fall 2010
Israel and Congressional Democrats National Review Online Daniel Pipes October 19, 2010
Nation-Building: A Success in Iraq? Foreign Policy Journal Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi September 15, 2010
Focus on Yemen, Not Israel-Palestine Hudson New York Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi September 3, 2010
The Arab Lobby: The American Component Middle East Quarterly Mitchell Bard Fall 2010
Will Obama Use His UN Veto? Commentary Steven J. Rosen September 2010
Bush's Gift to Obama ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen August 18, 2010
Obama, Israel & American Jews: The Challenge Commentary Daniel Pipes June 2010
John Brennan: "Jihad Is a Holy Struggle" Middle East Quarterly Summer 2010
Obama's Top Counterterror Adviser's Inability to Think Outside the Box Bodes Disaster Pajamas Media Raymond Ibrahim May 29, 2010
How Islamists Came to Dominate European Islam National Review Online Daniel Pipes May 25, 2010
The Special Relationship: The Establishment is Doing Just Fine ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen May 21, 2010
Embracing Iran American Thinker Janet Doerflinger May 9, 2010
The Solace of Poor U.S.-Israel Relations National Review Online Daniel Pipes April 13, 2010
Obama Tries to Eradicate Radical Islam Pajamas Media Raymond Ibrahim April 9, 2010
When Israel Stood Up to Washington [in 1981] FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes April 6, 2010
Obama's Foolish Settlements Ultimatum ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen April 1, 2010
White Elephant in Baghdad National Review Online Daniel Pipes March 30, 2010
America's Shiny New Palestinian Militia National Review Online Daniel Pipes March 16, 2010
Is Barack Obama More AIPAC Than J Street? ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen February 17, 2010
In Mideast, Bet on a Strong Horse National Review Online Daniel Pipes February 16, 2010
Sarah Palin Endorses 'Bomb Iran' National Review Online Daniel Pipes February 8, 2010
How to Save the Obama Presidency: Bomb Iran National Review Online Daniel Pipes February 2, 2010
T. E. Lawrence, American Strategist History News Network Daniel Pipes January 18, 2010
Not Nearly Enough On Afghanistan Forbes.com Michael Rubin December 1, 2009
Islamist Perfidy and Western Naivety Pajamas Media Raymond Ibrahim November 9, 2009
Don't Take Netanyahu to the Woodshed ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen November 9, 2009
Don't Sacrifice Human Rights for Iran Diplomacy Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Michael Rubin October 7, 2009
Netanyahu's Quiet Success Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes September 30, 2009
Stuck in the Middle East ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen September 17, 2009
One Cheer for Obama's Foreign Policy Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes September 16, 2009
Counterterrorism in Obama's Washington FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes August 18, 2009
Iran: Recent Developments and Implications for U.S. Policy House Foreign Affairs Committee Michael Rubin July 22, 2009
Obama and Israel, Into the Abyss Philadelphia Bulletin Daniel Pipes July 21, 2009
Tough Love Is No Love at All ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen July 21, 2009
Our Common Foe National Review Michael Rubin July 20, 2009
Obama's Puzzling Approach to the Muslim World Pajamas Media Raymond Ibrahim July 17, 2009
Limping away from a Shattered Iraq National Post Daniel Pipes July 8, 2009
Cut Bibi Some Slack ForeignPolicy.com Steven J. Rosen July 1, 2009
The Troop Drawdown Could Be Costly for Iraq Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin June 30, 2009
A Call for American Boldness in Iran Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes June 24, 2009
Silence Is Not Neutrality National Review Online Michael Rubin June 23, 2009
Don't meddle, but help create a template for Iranians to act Los Angeles Times Michael Rubin June 18, 2009
The Obama Effect? New York Daily News Michael Rubin June 14, 2009
A Rapid and Harsh Turn against Israel Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes June 4, 2009
Criticism and Conciliation National Review Online Raymond Ibrahim June 4, 2009
Obama and Netanyahu Meet: What's Next? Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes May 18, 2009
Standing with Steven J. Rosen Philadelphia Bulletin Daniel Pipes May 5, 2009
Just the beginning Bitterlemons International Michael Rubin April 30, 2009
What Iran Really Thinks About Talks Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin April 13, 2009
Obama Shouldn't Sacrifice Allies To Please Russia Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Michael Rubin March 4, 2009
That Surreal Gaza Reconstruction Conference FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes March 3, 2009
George W. Bush: "America Reshaped Our Approach to the Middle East" Middle East Quarterly Spring 2009
An Assessment of the Obama Mideast Team Middle East Review of International Affairs Steven J. Rosen March 2009
Arab Democracy and American Policy MEF Policy Forum Michael Mandelbaum February 25, 2009
An Opening to Iran? Weekly Standard Michael Rubin February 16, 2009
Diplomacy By Itself Won't Work With Iran Investor's Business Daily Michael Rubin February 13, 2009
Assessing the Obama Mideast team Jerusalem Post Steven J. Rosen February 12, 2009
Obama, the Middle East and Islam - An Initial Assessment FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes February 3, 2009
A Saudi Prince's Threat to the Obama Administration FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes January 26, 2009
The Democrats and Israel FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes January 20, 2009
Is U.S. Detention Policy in Iraq Working? Middle East Quarterly Jeffrey Azarva Winter 2009
Insight into Obama's Middle East Policy? Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes December 30, 2008
Tehran Is The Obstacle To U.S.-Iran Talks Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Michael Rubin November 25, 2008
The U.S. Should Not Open an Interests Section in Tehran CFR Forum Michael Rubin November 4, 2008
Obama or McCain, Iran stance won't change The Australian Michael Rubin October 3, 2008
Boxed In: Containing a Nuclear Iran Jane's Intelligence Review Michael Rubin October 2008
Appease Iran? Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes September 25, 2008
Biden's Blink on Iran Washington Post Michael Rubin August 26, 2008
. . . And Foreign Policy Moves Front and Center Richmond Times-Dispatch Michael Rubin August 12, 2008
Bush's Disastrous Flip Flop Bitterlemons International Michael Rubin August 7, 2008
Obama in Berlin Washington Post Michael Rubin July 24, 2008
Now Bush Is Appeasing Iran Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin July 21, 2008
Will Washington Betray Anti-Regime Iranians? Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes July 17, 2008
The Enemy Has a Name Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes June 19, 2008
Prepare to attack [Iran] USA Today Daniel Pipes June 11, 2008
Obama vs. McCain on the Middle East Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes June 5, 2008
The Costs of Relying on Aging Dictators Middle East Quarterly Caroline Sevier Summer 2008
Hillary Clinton's right to say 'obliterate' New York Daily News Michael Rubin May 7, 2008
Rose-Colored Foreign Policy Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin April 14, 2008
Unintelligence on Iranian Nukes Weekly Standard Michael Rubin February 25, 2008
The Proposed U.S. Security Commitment to Iraq House Foreign Affairs Committee Michael Rubin January 23, 2008
Bush's Middle East Hopes [and His Failures] Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes January 17, 2008
Bush Promotes a Palestinian "Right of Return" FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes January 14, 2008
Augmenting Israel's Qualitative Military Edge Middle East Quarterly William Wunderle and Andre Briere Winter 2008
Is Iraqi Kurdistan a Good Ally? AEI Middle Eastern Outlook Michael Rubin January 2008
Delhi: Between Tehran and Washington Middle East Quarterly P. R. Kumaraswamy Winter 2008
Fund the Palestinians? Bad Idea Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes December 19, 2007
That NIE Makes War against Iran More Likely Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes December 13, 2007
Are President Bush's recent statements on Iran dangerously provocative? Congressional Quarterly Michael Rubin November 16, 2007
Washington Protects the Terror Masters [in Courtrooms] Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes November 15, 2007
Saddam's Damn Dam [i.e., The Mosul Dam] Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes November 7, 2007
Annapolis Blues Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes October 24, 2007
The Guldimann Memorandum Weekly Standard Michael Rubin October 22, 2007
A Lever of Change in Iran Washington Post Michael Rubin October 19, 2007
Giuliani's Fresh Start Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes October 17, 2007
Grandstanding Has Consequences National Review Online Michael Rubin October 15, 2007
America's Crash Course on Islam New York Sun Daniel Pipes September 11, 2007
Dissident Watch: Kamal al-Labwani Middle East Quarterly Adam Pechter Fall 2007
The U.S. Counter-propaganda Failure in Iraq Middle East Quarterly Andrew Garfield Fall 2007
President Bush's Broken Promises Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin July 31, 2007
Salvaging the Iraq War New York Sun Daniel Pipes July 24, 2007
U.S. Policy Options in the Iraq Crisis U.S. House of Representatives Michael Rubin July 17, 2007
Unleash the Iranian Opposition[, the Mujahedeen-e Khalq] New York Sun Daniel Pipes July 10, 2007
Shoeless George Bush[ Discusses Islam] New York Sun Daniel Pipes July 3, 2007
Opposing view: Don't blink, don't back down USA Today Michael Rubin July 2, 2007
U.S. Policy: Back to the Future Aspenia Michael Rubin June 2007
Bolstering Moderate Muslims New York Sun Daniel Pipes April 17, 2007
Enabling Kurdish Illusions Weekly Standard Michael Rubin March 19, 2007
Fair or Foul Play? Private Papers Raymond Ibrahim March 15, 2007
My Problem with Jimmy Carter's Book Middle East Quarterly Kenneth W. Stein Spring 2007
Could Sanctions Work against Tehran? Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Winter 2007
Specter, colleagues travel abroad, but bid for dialogue yields little Philadelphia Inquirer Michael Rubin December 28, 2006
James Baker's Terrible Iraq Report New York Sun Daniel Pipes December 12, 2006
Is American Support for Middle Eastern Dissidents the Kiss of Death? AEI Middle Eastern Outlook Michael Rubin December 5, 2006
What went wrong: A sober look at Iraq National Review Online Michael Rubin December 4, 2006
"Arabs may one day miss George W. Bush" Daily Star (Beirut) Michael Rubin December 1, 2006
Right war, botched occupation USA Today Michael Rubin November 27, 2006
Nurture Iraqi democracy, from the ground up Los Angeles Times Michael Rubin November 16, 2006
Ahmadinejad - Hostage Taker? Kommersant (Moscow daily) Daniel Pipes November 13, 2006
Rumsfeld and the Realists Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin November 13, 2006
In 1796, U.S. Vowed Friendliness With Islam New York Sun Daniel Pipes November 7, 2006
Tempering Ambitions [in Iraq] National Interest Daniel Pipes November/December 2006
Decision Time on Iran New York Sun Daniel Pipes October 31, 2006
Why withdrawal from Iraq is the worst option Financial Times Michael Rubin October 26, 2006
In Iraq, Stay the Course - but Change It New York Sun Daniel Pipes October 24, 2006
Conclusion First, Debate Afterwards Weekly Standard Michael Rubin October 20, 2006
Misguided reconciliation with Baathists Philadelphia Inquirer Michael Rubin October 19, 2006
Op Eds Now More Central in War than Bullets New York Sun Daniel Pipes October 17, 2006
To end Iran standoff, plan for war New York Daily News Michael Rubin October 3, 2006
The U.S. vs. Iran Wall Street Journal Michael Rubin September 20, 2006
Last Chance for Iraq? National Review Michael Rubin September 11, 2006
Henry Kissinger to Iraq in 1975: "We Can Reduce Israel's Size" Middle East Quarterly Fall 2006
How Important Is the Israel Lobby? Middle East Quarterly David Verbeeten Fall 2006
"Is the West Racist Toward Muslims and Arabs?" Bitterlemons International Michael Rubin August 31, 2006
"At War with Islamic Fascists" FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes August 14, 2006
All Talk and No Strategy: The limits of diplomacy Weekly Standard Michael Rubin July 24, 2006
Israel Has a War to Win Los Angeles Times Daniel Pipes July 20, 2006
The US defends its allies Bitterlemons International Michael Rubin July 6, 2006
Dangerous Cycle National Review Online Michael Rubin July 6, 2006
"[Symposium] On the Strip: Where To Go from Gaza?" National Review Online Daniel Pipes June 29, 2006
Bubba Dubya? Weekly Standard Michael Rubin June 19, 2006
Damage Is Done National Review Online Michael Rubin June 1, 2006
Assessing the Islamist Threat, Circa 1946 Middle East Quarterly Summer 2006
Democratize but Stabilize Middle East Quarterly Roberto Menotti Summer 2006
Will U.S. Democratization Policy Work? Middle East Quarterly Lorne Craner Summer 2006
The Tyranny Doctrine Los Angeles Times Danielle Pletka and Michael Rubin May 26, 2006
Mr. Olmert Visits Washington New York Sun Daniel Pipes May 16, 2006
Hugging Iraq's Leaders New York Sun Daniel Pipes May 2, 2006
About Those Iraqi WMD New York Sun Daniel Pipes April 25, 2006
White House Nonchalance [toward the Middle East] New York Sun Daniel Pipes March 21, 2006
Replace Turkey as a Strategic Partner? Middle East Quarterly Jonathan Eric Lewis Spring 2006
Civil War in Iraq? New York Sun Daniel Pipes February 28, 2006
"Moslem States Represent a Potential Threat to World Peace" FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes February 13, 2006
[The Hamas electoral victory:] Democracy's bitter fruit National Post Daniel Pipes January 27, 2006
Don't deal with terrorists USA Today Daniel Pipes January 25, 2006
Libya and the U.S.: The Unique Libyan Case Middle East Quarterly Jon B. Alterman Winter 2006
Winning the Propaganda War [versus Radical Islam] New York Sun Daniel Pipes December 27, 2005
The Freedom Crusade, Revisited: A Symposium National Interest Daniel Pipes Winter 2005/06
Turkey's No Casual Dining National Review Online Michael Rubin December 12, 2005
Defending and Advancing Freedom Commentary Daniel Pipes November 2005
Bush Declares War on Radical Islam New York Sun Daniel Pipes October 11, 2005
Who killed the Bush doctrine? Haaretz Michael Rubin September 30, 2005
What If the United States Had Not Invaded Iraq Philadelphia Inquirer Daniel Pipes September 11, 2005
William Eagleton: "The Foreign Service Has Changed Much" Middle East Quarterly Fall 2005
The Council on Foreign Relations Does the Middle East Middle East Quarterly Daniel Mandel and Asaf Romirowsky Fall 2005
Gaza: How it All Got Started... FrontPageMagazine.com Asaf Romirowsky August 26, 2005
The End of Treason New York Sun Daniel Pipes August 16, 2005
Less Is More in Iraq Washington Post Michael Rubin August 9, 2005
The Price of Compromise New York Sun Michael Rubin August 8, 2005
Washington Must Plan Today For Democratic Iran of Tomorrow Forward Michael Rubin July 8, 2005
Our Ally Down Under: The strongest Anglosphere link National Review Michael Rubin June 7, 2005
Washington and Cairo - Near the Breaking Point? Middle East Quarterly Samuel J. Spector Summer 2005
Defeat of Terror, Not Roadmap Diplomacy, Will Bring Peace Middle East Quarterly Newt Gingrich Summer 2005
Let Iraq handle Sunnis Baltimore Sun Michael Rubin May 10, 2005
Soothing rhetoric - scary reality Haaretz Michael Rubin May 6, 2005
Retreat from Gaza Boston Globe Daniel Mandel May 2, 2005
The U.N. at 60 Philadelphia Daily News Daniel Mandel April 26, 2005
[Alastair Crooke's Conflict Forum and] Sharing Jokes with Hamas Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes April 20, 2005
That Occupation Feeling National Review Online Michael Rubin April 18, 2005
A comedy of errors: American-Turkish Diplomacy and the Iraq War Turkish Policy Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2005
Who Undercut Ambassador Horan? Middle East Quarterly Spring 2005
Will Washington Support Democracy in Iran? JCPA Jerusalem Issue Brief Michael Rubin February 13, 2005
A Fresh Start National Review Online Michael Rubin January 28, 2005
Bush Marches Into a Second Term, His Agenda Set by Mideast Foes Forward Michael Rubin January 28, 2005
The Churchill Doctrine FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Mandel January 26, 2005
Missing the Target on Nonproliferation? Middle East Quarterly Jerry Sorkin Winter 2005
Vacancy National Review Online Michael Rubin December 10, 2004
Tapping the hornets' nest Haaretz Michael Rubin December 10, 2004
U.S. Needs To Learn Patience [in Iraq] New York Sun Daniel Pipes November 30, 2004
Arafat's Last Threat to Israel? New York Sun Daniel Pipes November 9, 2004
In the Mideast, Bush dared to be different Philadelphia Inquirer Daniel Pipes October 24, 2004
Remembering Hume Horan (1934-2004) Middle East Quarterly Fall 2004
Where Goes the U.S.-Turkish Relationship? Middle East Quarterly Soner Cagaptay Fall 2004
Why Revoke Tariq Ramadan's U.S. Visa? New York Sun Daniel Pipes August 27, 2004
Talking Turkey National Review Online Michael Rubin August 6, 2004
State (Dept.) of Confusion [when It Comes to Palestinian Terror against Israel] FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes July 19, 2004
Same Qaddafi National Review Online Michael Rubin June 29, 2004
Try, Try, Try Again: Bush's Peace Plans Middle East Quarterly Daniel Mandel Summer 2004
[Samuel Huntington and] American Purposes In Iraq New York Sun Daniel Pipes April 27, 2004
[The RAND Corporation and] Fixing Islam New York Sun Daniel Pipes April 6, 2004
Ambiguous response: Disturbing reaction to Yassin's death Washington Times Daniel Mandel March 25, 2004
Sponsoring Terrorism Middle East Quarterly Spring 2004
The case for 'Iraqification' Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes November 19, 2003
Bush the radical Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes November 12, 2003
America the unpopular Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes November 4, 2003
Let Iraqis run Iraq Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes October 15, 2003
[Saddam's] WMD Lies New York Post Daniel Pipes October 7, 2003
When Rogues Defy Reason: Bashar's Syria Middle East Quarterly Max Abrahms Fall 2003
[Lee Harris on Why the U.S. is] Discarding War's Rules New York Post Daniel Pipes July 22, 2003
[Christian Zionism:] Israel's Best Weapon? New York Post Daniel Pipes July 15, 2003
"A Shot at Peace": Can the U.S. Enforce the "Road Map" New York Post Daniel Pipes July 8, 2003
U.S. to Israel: Do As We Say ... New York Post Daniel Pipes July 1, 2003
Throwing out the [Arab-Israeli] Rulebook New York Post Daniel Pipes June 17, 2003
Four-Part Disharmony: The Quartet Maps Peace Middle East Quarterly Daniel Mandel Summer 2003
Syria and the United States: Bad Habits Die Hard Middle East Quarterly Eyal Zisser Summer 2003
[Mujahedeen-e Khalq:] A Terrorist U.S. Ally? New York Post Daniel Pipes and Patrick Clawson May 20, 2003
Signal to Syria: Straighten Up New York Post Daniel Pipes and Gary C. Gambill May 13, 2003
War as Social Work? New York Post Daniel Pipes May 6, 2003
A Strongman for Iraq? New York Post Daniel Pipes April 28, 2003
100 Bin Ladens on the Way? New York Post Daniel Pipes April 8, 2003
Letters to the Editor: Does Israel Need a Plan? Commentary Daniel Pipes May 2003
Bush on Israel: Heartburn for All New York Post Daniel Pipes March 4, 2003
After Saddam? Remaking the Mideast New York Post Daniel Pipes February 11, 2003
Does Israel Need a [Peace] Plan? Commentary Daniel Pipes February 2003
[Appeasement and] Why Europe Balks New York Post Daniel Pipes January 28, 2003
Europe vs. America New York Post Daniel Pipes January 14, 2003
U.S. Department of State: Marriage to Saudis Middle East Quarterly Winter 2003
The Scandal of U.S.-Saudi Relations National Interest Daniel Pipes Winter 2002/03
What Riyadh Buys [in Washington] New York Post Daniel Pipes December 11, 2002
Government for Sale [to the Saudis] New York Post Daniel Pipes December 3, 2002
[The Need to Name and] Know Thy Terrorists New York Post Daniel Pipes November 19, 2002
Profs Who Hate America New York Post Daniel Pipes November 12, 2002
[Leftist] Globalthink's Perils New York Post Daniel Pipes September 24, 2002
Bush@U.N. National Review Online Daniel Pipes September 13, 2002
Postmortem on a Phony War Middle East Quarterly Angelo M. Codevilla Fall 2002
Saddam's Rap Sheet New York Post Daniel Pipes and Jonathan Schanzer August 20, 2002
Brent Scowcroft is Wrong: We Must Attack Saddam FrontPageMagazine.com Daniel Pipes and Jonathan Schanzer August 20, 2002
Europeans: From Venus? New York Post Daniel Pipes July 16, 2002
Bush is rewarding terrorism National Post Daniel Pipes June 25, 2002
A New Round of Anger and Humiliation: Islam after 9/11 Our Brave New World Daniel Pipes 2002
U.S. Diplomacy: Even-Handed, Empty-Handed Middle East Quarterly Daniel Mandel Summer 2002
Council on Foreign Relations, "Improving U.S. Public Diplomacy" Middle East Quarterly Summer 2002
State's Terror Untruths New York Post Daniel Pipes May 28, 2002
[Saudi Arabia:] Not Friend or Foe New York Post Daniel Pipes May 14, 2002
Lost Diplomats Just Step on the Gas New York Post Daniel Pipes May 6, 2002
Is America Winning? New York Post Daniel Pipes and Jonathan Schanzer April 8, 2002
Missing: Realistic Take on Arafat Los Angeles Times Daniel Pipes April 5, 2002
[U.S. Government Statements on the Arab-Israeli Conflict:] Confusing the Matter New Republic Online Daniel Pipes April 1, 2002
[Hussein Ibish:] U.S. Arabs' Firebrand New York Post Daniel Pipes March 25, 2002
[The United States Makes] A Majority of One New York Post Daniel Pipes March 18, 2002
[Camp David II &] Shoot-the-Moon Diplomacy New York Post Daniel Pipes March 4, 2002
Attack U.S. and Win Aid New York Post Daniel Pipes and Jonathan Schanzer January 28, 2002
Surprise! It really is a world war on terror New York Post Daniel Pipes December 31, 2001
On to Baghdad?: Yes - The Risks Are Overrated New York Post Daniel Pipes and Jonathan Schanzer December 3, 2001
What's True Islam? Not for U.S. to Say New York Post Daniel Pipes November 26, 2001
Muslims love Bin Laden New York Post Daniel Pipes October 22, 2001
War, not "Crimes" National Review Daniel Pipes October 1, 2001
What Bush got right - and wrong [in his speech] Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes September 26, 2001
Mistakes Made the Catastrophe Possible Wall Street Journal Daniel Pipes September 12, 2001
Letters to the editor: Intifada Commentary Daniel Pipes March 2001
US must buck up Israel Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes December 6, 2000
Intifada II: What the U.S. Should Do Commentary Daniel Pipes December 2000
The United States and Egypt - How Allied? A Debate Middle East Quarterly December 2000
Memo to the Next President Middle East Insight Daniel Pipes November-December 2000
Stop Pressing Israel to Make Concessions Los Angeles Times Daniel Pipes October 17, 2000
After 'Desert Storm,' Barely a Footprint Was Left in the Sand Los Angeles Times Daniel Pipes August 4, 2000
Debate: Continue U.S. Aid to Israel? Middle East Quarterly June 2000
Egypt – Still America's Partner? Middle East Quarterly Steven A. Cook June 2000
Islam and Islamism - Faith and Ideology National Interest Daniel Pipes Spring 2000
The friendly Republicans Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes February 15, 2000
Is a Syria-Israel Treaty Good for the United States? Middle East Forum Wire Daniel Pipes January 28, 2000
Tax dollars to Syria? Washington Times Daniel Pipes January 26, 2000
No time to cajole [Syria] Jerusalem Post Daniel Pipes December 21, 1999
Where Does Religious Freedom Exist? Jewish Exponent Daniel Pipes September 23, 1999
Caspar Weinberger: "Let a Muslim Army Occupy Iraq" Middle East Quarterly September 1999
It's Official: Taliban Pose a Danger to the United States Middle East Quarterly September 1999
How Kosovo Plays in the Middle East National Post Daniel Pipes May 19, 1999
Mysterious America IntellectualCapital.com Daniel Pipes April 1, 1999
The Real "New Middle East" Commentary Daniel Pipes November 1998
A Near-Surreal Lovefest Middle East Quarterly September 1998
Anthony Zinni: "Avoid a Military Showdown with Iraq" Middle East Quarterly September 1998
[Terrorism:] The New Enemy Wall Street Journal Europe Daniel Pipes August 27, 1998
"George McGovern is Disingenuous" Middle East Quarterly June 1998
Policy Brief: Protecting American Soldiers in the Persian Gulf Middle East Quarterly Anthony E. Mitchell June 1998
Correspondence Middle East Quarterly March 1998
Sam Brownback: "U.S. Foreign Problems Mostly Concern the Middle East" Middle East Quarterly March 1998
The Sudanese Battle for American Opinion Middle East Quarterly Walid Phares March 1998
Why Go It Alone [versus Iraq]? Washington Post Daniel Pipes December 3, 1997
Israel's American Detractors - Back Again Middle East Quarterly Michael Lewis December 1997
As Mideast Peace Falters, Whom do Americans Blame? New York Post Daniel Pipes October 2, 1997
Solutions Remain Elusive in the Middle East Wall Street Journal Daniel Pipes September 9, 1997
"Religious Freedom Is a Growing Priority" Middle East Quarterly September 1997
Opinion Poll: Americans Down on the Palestinian Authority Middle East Quarterly John McLaughlin September 1997
[Hebron Pig Poster Incident:] How Clinton Adheres to the 'Rushdie Rules' Forward Daniel Pipes July 25, 1997
How Special Is the U.S.-Israel Relationship? Middle East Quarterly Mitchell G. Bard and Daniel Pipes June 1997
Fehim Adak: Erbakan Seeks Cooperation with America Middle East Quarterly March 1997
Imperfect Alliances: Will Europe and America Ever Agree? Middle East Quarterly Kenneth W. Stein March 1997
Target Iraq's Republican Guard Middle East Quarterly Michael Eisenstadt December 1996
The Pentagon Looks at Islam Middle East Quarterly Bruce Riedel September 1996
Condemn Those Who Advocate Violence Middle East Quarterly Richard Schifter September 1996
Interview with Dennis Ross: Living the Peace Process Middle East Quarterly June 1996
What to Do about Iran - An Exchange: Stick to Containment Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson March 1996
What to Do about Iran - An Exchange: Rollback Now Middle East Quarterly Kenneth R. Timmerman March 1996
Islam - Washington's New Dilemma Middle East Quarterly Benjamin Gordon March 1996
Appeasing the Saudis Middle East Quarterly Timothy N. Hunter March 1996
Does American Aid Help Egypt? Middle East Quarterly December 1995
Correspondence Middle East Quarterly December 1995
What to Do About Iran? Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson December 1995
U.S. Aid to Arafat?: No, Not until Arafat Fulfills His Promises Middle East Quarterly Morton A. Klein December 1995
U.S. Aid to Yasir Arafat? Yes, It Builds Peace Middle East Quarterly Robert K. Lifton December 1995
There Are No Moderates: Dealing with Fundamentalist Islam National Interest Daniel Pipes Fall 1995
End American Aid to Israel?: No, It Remains Vital Middle East Quarterly Raphael Danziger and Bradley Gordon September 1995
End American Aid to Israel?: Yes, It Does Harm Middle East Quarterly Joel Bainerman September 1995
Hank Brown: An End to the Senate's Neglect Middle East Quarterly June 1995
Dealing With Fundamentalist Islam Turkish Times Daniel Pipes April 15, 1995
Jesse Helms: Setting the Record Straight Middle East Quarterly March 1995
U.S. Troops in the Golan Heights? Washington Times Daniel Pipes November 15, 1994
[Left vs. Right:] Same Difference National Review Daniel Pipes November 7, 1994
Clinton in Syria Boston Globe Daniel Pipes October 30, 1994
[Saddam Hussein] Stupid Is as Stupid Does Wall Street Journal Daniel Pipes October 11, 1994
Islamic Fundamentalists are the New Big Threat to the West Philadelphia Inquirer Daniel Pipes September 16, 1994
Identifying Friend and Enemy In the Complex Islamic World The Northern Centinel Daniel Pipes September 1994
Looking Back on the Middle East: James A. Baker III Middle East Quarterly September 1994
On Democracy Middle East Quarterly Robert Satloff September 1994
Words, Words, Words Middle East Quarterly Barry Rubin September 1994
Blaming America First Middle East Quarterly Joshua Muravchik September 1994
Policy Brief: The Case for Containing Iraq Middle East Quarterly Eric K. Graben June 1994
Perspectives from the White House Middle East Quarterly March 1994
Cultivate Pro-American Kuwait Wall Street Journal Daniel Pipes February 25, 1994

Reviews

Book Title Publication Author Date
Implosion: The End of Russia and What It Means for America
by Ilan Berman
Middle East Quarterly Aaron Mannes Summer 2014
Dancing with the Devil: The Perils of Engaging Rogue Regimes
by Michael Rubin
Middle East Quarterly Elan Journo Summer 2014
To Hell in a Handbasket: Carter, Obama, and the "Arab Spring"
by Ruthie Blum
Middle East Quarterly Michael Curtis Spring 2014
A Vulcan's Tale: How the Bush Administration Mismanaged the Reconstruction of Afghanistan
by Dov S. Zakheim
Middle East Quarterly Pratik Chougule Spring 2012
The Arab Lobby: The Invisible Alliance That Undermines America's Interests in the Middle East
by Mitchell Bard
Middle East Quarterly Steven J. Rosen Spring 2012
Talking to Terrorists: Why America Must Engage with Its Enemies
by Mark Perry
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Fall 2011
The Politics of Intelligence and American Wars with Iraq
by Ofira Seliktar
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Summer 2010
Occupying Iraq: A History of the Coalition Provisional Authority Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Summer 2010
Lost Years: Bush, Sharon and Failure in the Middle East
by Mark Matthews
Middle East Quarterly Martin Sherman Summer 2010
The Much Too Promised Land: America's Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace
by Aaron David Miller
Middle East Quarterly Gerald M. Steinberg Fall 2009
Architects of Delusion: Europe, America, and the Iraq War
by Simon Serfaty
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Fall 2009
Freedom's Unsteady March: America's Role in Building Arab Democracy
by Tamara Cofman Wittes
Middle East Quarterly Steven J. Rosen Summer 2009
Nights in the Pink Motel: An American Strategist's Pursuit of Peace in Iraq
by Robert Earle
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2009
Circle in the Sand: The Bush Dynasty in Iraq
by Christian Alfonsi
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2009
War and Decision
by Douglas J. Feith
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Winter 2009
The Politics of Chaos in the Middle East
by Olivier Roy
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Winter 2009
A Path Out of the Desert: A Grand Strategy for America in the Middle East
by Kenneth M. Pollack
New York Sun Michael Rubin July 22, 2008
Taking on Tehran: Strategies for Confronting the Islamic Republic Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Summer 2008
National Security Consequences of U.S. Oil Dependency: Report of an Independent Task Force Middle East Quarterly Gal Luft Summer 2008
Iran Oil: The New Middle East Challenge to America
by Roger Howard
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Summer 2008
Arms Transfers to Israel: The Strategic Logic behind American Military Assistance
by David Rodman
Middle East Quarterly David Schenker Summer 2008
Amirs, Admirals and Desert Sailors: Bahrain, the U.S. Navy and the Arabian Gulf
by David F. Winkler
Middle East Quarterly Dale Eikmeier Summer 2008
Power, Faith, and Fantasy: America in the Middle East: 1776 to the Present
by Michael Oren
Journal of International Security Affairs Asaf Romirowsky Spring 2008
Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the U.S.
by Trita Parsi
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2008
Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies: Iran, the U.S., and the Twisted Path to Confrontation
by Barbara Slavin
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2008
Power, Faith and Fantasy: America in the Middle East, 1776 to the Present
by Michael B. Oren
Middle East Quarterly Joshua E. London Fall 2007
The Occupation of Iraq: Winning the War, Losing the Peace
by Ali A. Allawi
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Summer 2007
My Year in Iraq: The Struggle to Build a Future of Hope
by L. Paul Bremer III, with Malcolm McConnell
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Summer 2007
Israel's Nuclear Option: Behind the Scenes Diplomacy between Dimona and Washington
by Zaki Shalom
Middle East Quarterly Efraim Inbar Summer 2007
Blind into Baghdad: America's War in Iraq
by James Fallows
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Summer 2007
Victory in Tripoli: How America's War with the Barbary Pirates Established the U.S. Navy and Shaped a Nation
by Joshua E. London
Middle East Quarterly Christopher Hitchens Winter 2007
Syria, the United States, and the War on Terror in the Middle East
by Robert G. Rabil
Middle East Quarterly Michael Young Winter 2007
The End of Iraq: How American Incompetence Created a War Without End
by Peter Galbraith
New York Sun Michael Rubin July 17, 2006
The Battle of Ideas in the War on Terror: Essays on U.S. Public Diplomacy in the Middle East
by Robert Satloff
Middle East Quarterly Alberto Fernandez Summer 2006
The Battle for Peace: A Frontline Vision of America's Power and Purpose
by Anthony Zinni
New York Sun Michael Rubin April 12, 2006
Cobra II: The Inside Story of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq
by Michael Gordon and Bernard Trainor
New York Sun Michael Rubin April 12, 2006
Security, Reform, and Peace: The Three Pillars of U.S. Strategy in the Middle East
by The Presidential Study Group
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2006
Sailors in the Holy Land: The 1848 American Expedition to the Dead Sea and the Search for Sodom and Gomorrah
by Andrew C.A. Jampoler
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes Spring 2006
The "Great Satan" vs. the "Mad Mullahs"
by William O. Beeman
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2006
Addicted to Oil: America's Relentless Drive for Energy Security
by Ian Rutledge
Middle East Quarterly Gal Luft Spring 2006
My Year in Iraq: The Struggle to Build a Future of Hope
by L. Paul Bremer III
Armed Forces Journal Michael Rubin March 2006
US Foreign Policy and the Iran Hostage Crisis
by David Houghton
Middle East Quarterly Raymond Tanter Winter 2006
Shaping the Plan for Operation Iraqi Freedom: The Role of Military Intelligence Assessments
by Gregory Hooker
Middle East Quarterly Tom Donnelly Winter 2006
Losing Iraq: Inside the Postwar Reconstruction Fiasco
by David L. Phillips
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Winter 2006
The Assassin's Gate: America in Iraq
by George Packer
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Winter 2006
American Oil Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea
by Gawdat Bahgat
Middle East Quarterly Brenda Shaffer Winter 2006
The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq
by George Packer
Daily Star (Beirut) Michael Rubin December 20, 2005
The Persian Puzzle: The Conflict between Iran and America
by Kenneth M. Pollack
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Fall 2005
The Crisis: The President, the Prophet, and the Shah - 1979 and the Coming of Militant Islam.
by David Harris
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Summer 2005
What We Owe Iraq: War and the Ethics of Nation Building
by Noah Feldman
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Spring 2005
Dark Victory: America's Second War against Iraq
by Jeffrey Record
Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Spring 2005
Sleeping with the Devil: How Washington Sold Our Soul for Saudi Crude
by Robert Baer
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Fall 2004
The Missing Peace: The Inside Story of the Fight for Middle East Peace
by Dennis Ross
Middle East Quarterly Gerald M. Steinberg Fall 2004
Inside the Mirage: America's Fragile Partnership with Saudi Arabia
by Thomas Lippman
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Fall 2004
House of Bush, House of Saud: The Secret Relationship between the World's Two Most Powerful Dynasties
by Craig Unger
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Fall 2004
Exiting Iraq: Why the U.S. Must End the Military Occupation and Renew the War against Al Qaeda Middle East Quarterly Michael Rubin Fall 2004
Crisis: The Anatomy of Two Major Foreign Policy Crises
by Henry Kissinger
Middle East Quarterly Abraham Rabinovich Fall 2004
Bush in Babylon: The Recolonisation of Iraq
by Tariq Ali
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Summer 2004
All the Shah's Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror
by Stephen Kinzer
Middle East Quarterly Jonathan Schanzer Summer 2004
Against War with Iraq: An Anti-War Primer
by Michael Ratner, Jennie Green, and Barbara Olshansky
Middle East Quarterly Jonathan Schanzer Winter 2004
After Jihad: America and the Struggle for Islamic Democracy
by Noah Feldman
Middle East Quarterly Jonathan Schanzer Winter 2004
War Plan Iraq: Ten Reasons against War on Iraq
by Milan Rai
Middle East Quarterly Max Abrahms Summer 2003
Targeting Terror: U.S. Policy toward Middle Eastern State Sponsors and Terrorist Organizations, Post-September 11
by Matthew Levitt
Middle East Quarterly Rita Katz Summer 2003
The Middle East in 2015: The Impact of Regional Trends on U.S. Strategic Planning Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson Summer 2003
Vietnam, Jews, and the Middle East: Unintended Consequences
by Judith A. Klinghoffer
Middle East Quarterly Robert O. Freedman Winter 2002
Political Islam and the United States: A Study of U.S. Policy towards Islamist Movements in the Middle East
by María do Céu Pinto
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes Fall 2001
Unipolarity and the Middle East
by Birthe Hansen
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes Summer 2001
Israel and the Bomb
by Avner Cohen
Middle East Quarterly P. R. Kumaraswamy Spring 2001
Jerusalem in America's Foreign Policy, 1947-1997
by Shlomo Slonim
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes Spring 2001
Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964-1968, Volume XXI: Near East Region; Arabian Peninsula Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes Spring 2001
Sanctioning Saddam: The Politics of Intervention in Iraq
by Sarah Graham-Brown
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson June 2000
Tyranny's Ally: America's Failure to Defeat Saddam Hussein
by David Wurmser
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes September 1999
Turkey and Atatürk's Legacy: Turkey's Political Evolution, Turkish-US Relations and Prospects for the 21st Century
by Paul B. Henze
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes September 1999
Dollars and Diplomacy: The Impact of U.S. Economic Initiatives on Arab-Israeli Negotiations
by Patrick Clawson and Zoe Danon Gold
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes September 1999
Decade of Transition: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Origins of the American-Israeli Alliance
by Abraham Ben-Zvi
Middle East Quarterly Robert J. Lieber March 1999
Building Towards Crisis: Saddam Husayn's Strategy for Survival
by Amatzia Baram
Middle East Quarterly Peter Sluglett March 1999
Iraq Strategy Review: Options for U.S. Policy Middle East Quarterly Peter Sluglett March 1999
Islamisme et Etats-Unis: Une Alliance contre l'Europe
by Alexandre del Valle
Middle East Quarterly Bat Ye'or September 1998
Harry S. Truman and the Founding of Israel
by Michael T. Benson
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes September 1998
Empire and Nationhood: The United States, Great Britain, and Iranian Oil, 1950-54
by Mary Ann Heiss
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson September 1998
Stealth PACs: Lobbying Congress for Control of US Middle East Policy
by Richard H. Curtiss
Middle East Quarterly Mordecai Lee June 1998
U.S. Foreign Affairs on CD-ROM: January 1993-April 1997
by The Bureau of Public Affairs, Department of State
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson March 1998
Strategic Geography and the Changing Middle East
by Geoffrey Kemp and Robert Harkavy
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson March 1998
The Scourging of Iraq: Sanctions, Law and Natural Justice
by Geoff Simons
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson September 1997
Flight of the Lavi: Inside a U.S.-Israeli Crisis
by Dov Zakheim
Middle East Quarterly Patrick Clawson September 1997
The Future of U.S.-Israel Strategic Cooperation
by Shai Feldman
Middle East Quarterly Steven L. Spiegel March 1997
Through Secret Channels
by Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes September 1995
U.S.-PLO Dialogue: Secret Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution
by Mohamed Rabie
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes September 1995
Eisenhower and Israel: U.S.-Israeli Relations, 1953-1960
by Isaac Alteras
Middle East Quarterly Daniel Pipes June 1994

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