December 01, 2018|William R. PolkMiddle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Raymond Ibrahim
December 01, 2018|Michael Axworthy (ed.)Middle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Michael Rubin
December 01, 2018|Shlomo SlonimMiddle East Quarterly
An American diplomat was critical in preventing the new state’s loss of the Negev
November 01, 2018|A.J. Caschetta New English Review
In February 2018, unnamed spies were accused of infiltrating Iran with special lizards that “attract atomic waves.”
September 01, 2018|David MotadelMiddle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Wolfgang G. Schwanitz
September 01, 2018|Florence GaubMiddle East Quarterly
Reviewed by Hilal Khashan
August 05, 2018|Efraim Karsh and Shaul BartalJerusalem Post
The law did little more than institutionalize the 70-year-long reality of Israel’s existence as a Jewish state.
July 30, 2018|Philip Carl SalzmanMinding The Campus
It is a truth universally acknowledged by "progressives" that all cultures are equally good and equally valuable. Common sense says that this is nonsense.
July 09, 2018|Seth Frantzman and Omar MohammedThe Forward
One year after Iraq’s second largest city was liberated from the clutches of ISIS, Mosul’s diverse and rich past is slowly coming back to life.
April 26, 2018|Michael TottenWorld Affairs Journal
A new film on Beirut is set in the city Americans think Beirut is if they know virtually nothing about it