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  • December 01, 1994|Norvell B. De AtkineMiddle East Quarterly

    Middle East Scholars Strike Out in Washington

    Left-wing ideology prevalent on elite campuses inhibits free inquiry

  • December 01, 1994|John O. Voll and John L. EspositoMiddle East Quarterly

    Islam and Democracy: Rejoinder

    Editor's note: The September issue carried an article by John O. Voll and John L. Esposito on "Islam's Democratic Essence," followed by four critiques. Now Professors Voll and Esposito close this issue with their response: It...

  • December 01, 1994|Mahir Ibrahimov and Erjan KurbanovMiddle East Quarterly

    Policy Brief: Getting it Wrong in the Caucasus

    To help rebuild the former Soviet Union, the U.S. government passed the Freedom Support Act on October 24, 1992. It is replete with provisions for financial, technical, and other forms of assistance "to support freedom and open markets in the...

  • December 01, 1994|Peter W. RodmanMiddle East Quarterly

    Policy Brief: Co-opt or Confront Fundamentalist Islam?

  • December 01, 1994|Daniel PipesMiddle East Quarterly

    Understanding Asad

    Daniel Pipes is editor of the Middle East Quarterly. This article derives from Syria Beyond the Peace Process, a book-length study to be published by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Americans usually see the Syrian Arab Republic...

  • December 01, 1994|David KlatzkerMiddle East Quarterly

    British Jerusalem in the News

    David Klatzker, Ph.D., is Rabbi of Beth Tikvah-B'nai Jeshurun, Erdenheim, Pennsylvania, and serves as academic liaison in the United States for the America-Holy Land Project of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. When it comes to coverage by...

  • December 01, 1994|Marshall J. BregerMiddle East Quarterly

    The New Battle for Jerusalem

  • December 01, 1994|Philip RobinsMiddle East Quarterly

    Can Gulf Monarchies Survive the Oil Bust?

  • November 25, 1994|Daniel PipesJewish Exponent

    Syria's people may not want peace

    As the possibility of an agreement between Damascus and Jerusalem appears more likely, the question arises, what do Syrians think about their two-generation conflict with Israel? No reply can be given with confidence, it being next to impossible to

  • October 30, 1994|Daniel PipesBoston Globe

    Clinton in Syria

    The score in the Arab-Israeli peace progress is now two down, one on the way and one to go. In other words, the Egyptians signed a peace treaty with Israel 15 years ago and the Jordanians followed suit last week. Some of the Palestinians have...

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