Articles

  • October 11, 2001|Daniel PipesHistory News Network

    The Coming Century

    [Written on August 19, 2001] When Charles Dickens in 1859 described the French Revolution as the "the best of times, the worst of times," he had a truly profound insight into the modern condition. For with that revolution began an era that has...

  • September 14, 2001|Daniel PipesThe Forward

    Legitimizing Extremist Groups in U.S.

    I wish to respond to two points in Daniel Lapin's article, "The Politics of Broad Alliances," in the Forward's Aug. 24 issue, in which the author justifies his staying on the board of the Alliance for Marriage despite the presence on that board of...

  • September 01, 2001|Martin KramerMiddle East Quarterly

    Film Reviews: Après la guerre

  • September 01, 2001|Jerry SorkinMiddle East Quarterly

    The Tunisian Model

    The many headlines and bulletins about Arabic-speaking peoples routinely herald problems and crises facing the outside world. Iraq stands at the head of the line, followed not far behind by Libya, the Palestinian Authority, Sudan, and Syria. It...

  • September 01, 2001|Gibreel GibreelMiddle East Quarterly

    The Ulema: Middle Eastern Power Brokers

  • September 01, 2001|Stephen KinzerMiddle East Quarterly

    Turkey's Political Earthquake

  • September 01, 2001|Solomon SocratesMiddle East Quarterly

    Israel’s Academic Extremists

  • September 01, 2001|Jonathan FoxMiddle East Quarterly

    Are Middle East Conflicts More Religious?

  • September 01, 2001|Daniel PipesMiddle East Quarterly

    The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem

    Muslim interest waxes and wanes depending on external circumstances

  • September 01, 2001|Daniel PipesMiddle East Quarterly

    Editor's Introduction

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