Editor — Efraim Karsh
Efraim Karsh is editor of the Middle East Quarterly, the Forum's flagship publication, and Professor of Middle East and Mediterranean Studies at King's College London. He has held various academic posts at Harvard and Columbia universities, the Sorbonne, the London School of Economics, the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies in Washington D.C., and the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel-Aviv University. Mr. Karsh is the author of fifteen books, has appeared as a commentator on all the main British and American television networks, and has contributed over 100 articles to leading newspapers and magazines. For a complete listing of his writing, please visit http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/humanities/depts/med/who/karsh/. Contact: Karsh@MEForum.org
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Publisher — Daniel Pipes
Dr. Pipes is director of the Middle East Forum and a columnist at the New York Post and The Jerusalem Post. A former official in the departments of State and Defense, he has taught at the University of Chicago, Harvard University, and the U.S. Naval War College. The author of fourteen books, his most recent book is Miniatures: Views of Islamic and Middle Eastern Politics (Transaction Publishers, 2004). He is a frequent analyst on television and radio.
Senior Editor — Denis MacEoin
Denis MacEoin served as editor of the Middle East Quarterly in 2009-2010. He received advanced degrees from Trinity College, Dublin, and Edinburgh University, and his Ph.D. in Persian/Islamic Studies from King's College, Cambridge. He has been a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Newcastle University and publishes on the subject of radical Islam in the U.K. He is a member of the advisory council of the Centre for Social Cohesion, and writes a blog, A Liberal Defense of Israel. Contact: MacEoin@MEForum.org.
Senior Editor — Michael Rubin
Michael Rubin served as editor of the Middle East Quarterly from 2004-2009. He is a resident scholar of the American Enterprise Institute, where he researches domestic politics in Iran, Iraq, and Turkey, Kurdish society, and Arab democracy. He is also a Senior Lecturer at the Naval Postgraduate School. He formerly served as a political adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq. Dr. Rubin earned his undergraduate and doctoral degrees from Yale University. He has been a visiting lecturer at Hebrew University (Jerusalem), Universities of Sulaymani, Salahuddin, and Duhok (Iraqi Kurdistan), and Yale University.
Managing Editor — Judy Goodrobb
Ms. Goodrobb previously worked as an editor and public relations professional at Drexel University and Norwich University. She has been a writing instructor at Johnson State College of Vermont and the Community College of Philadelphia and is currently a writing tutor at Pennsylvania State University, Brandywine. She holds a master's degree in writing from Vermont College of Norwich University. Contact: MEQ@meforum.org.
Alex Joffe, a former director of the Forum's Campus Watch project, is a writer on Israel and Jewish affairs. Trained as an archaeologist and historian, he holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern studies from the University of Arizona and has participated and directed archaeological research in Israel, Jordan, Greece, and the United States. He has taught at Pennsylvania State University and the State University of New York, and has published over 150 scholarly articles on archaeology, ancient and modern history, political science, environmental studies, and cultural affairs. Mr. Joffe is a contributing writer with Jewish Ideas Daily, and his work has appeared in leading national and international newspapers including the Middle East Quarterly, Wall Street Journal, Jerusalem Post, Yediot Aharanot, Tablet, and Ha'aretz.
Hillel Zaremba previously served as Curriculum Coordinator for Eyes on Israel, an educational project of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA). Mr. Zaremba worked for over twenty years in the private and public sectors, developing instructional materials for a variety of clients, including the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Army, and the U.S. Coast Guard. He holds a Bachelor's degree from at the University of Pennsylvania in Near Eastern Studies and a Master's degree from Yale University in Religious Studies.
Board of Editors
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Habib C. Malik
Foundation for Human and Humanitarian Rights in Lebanon
The Heritage Foundation
University of Haifa
James R. Russell
Philip Carl Salzman
Robert B. Satloff
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Steven L. Spiegel
University of California, Los Angeles
Kenneth W. Stein