Articles >Year>2005

  • December 27, 2005|Daniel PipesNew York Sun

    Winning the Propaganda War [versus Radical Islam]

    It comes as a relief to learn that Karen Hughes, who runs the public diplomacy shop at the U.S. State Department, has suspended the pathetic effort to reach out to Arab and other foreign audiences via a taxpayer-funded magazine named Hi International

  • December 21, 2005|Daniel PipesNational Interest

    The Freedom Crusade, Revisited: A Symposium

    Editors' introduction: The Fall 2005 issue of The National Interest included a provocative contribution from Robert W. Tucker, a founding editor of this magazine, and David C. Hendrickson. Entitled "The Freedom Crusade", this essay questioned...

  • December 20, 2005|Daniel PipesNew York Sun

    My Gloom: Back to September 10

    The attacks of September 11, 2001, made me feel more secure, unlike most Americans. Finally, the country was focused on issues that had long worried me. "The FBI is engaged in the largest operation in its history," I wrote in late 2001. "Armed...

  • December 20, 2005|George PackerDaily Star (Beirut)

    The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq

  • December 14, 2005|Michael RubinWall Street Journal

    Iraqi Beacon

  • December 13, 2005|Daniel PipesNew York Sun

    [Kofi Annan and] Eliminating Israel Politely

    There is a right way and a wrong way, strangely, to call for the elimination of Israel. The secretary-general of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, provided an example of both ways in recent weeks. When the president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad...

  • December 12, 2005|Daniel PipesFrontPageMagazine.com

    No American Muslim Terrorists? [A Reply to Spencer Ackerman]

    "It's startling," proclaims Spencer Ackerman in a New Republic cover story dated today, "how few American Muslim extremists there actually are." The article, "Religious Protection: Why American Muslims haven't turned to terrorism," contrasts...

  • December 12, 2005|Asaf RomirowskyFrontPageMagazine.com

    One Man, One Vote - Once

    Both Israel and America are facing a huge conundrum vis-à-vis Hamas and other radical Islamic groups. Are they legitimate participants in the democratic process about to unfold in the Palestinian territories? Should non-democratic organizations be

  • December 12, 2005|Michael RubinNational Review Online

    Turkey's No Casual Dining

  • December 09, 2005|Barry RubinMEF Wire

    Can Arabs Be Democrats?

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