In the flood of analysis about the origins of the September 11 attack and previous terrorist assaults on the United States, America
Civil and Uncivil Violence in Lebanon: A History of the Internationalization of Communal Conflict, and New Perspectives on Property and Land in the Middle East
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Ray Takeyh was a fellow at the University of California at Berkeley when he wrote this book, but his real calling is as a teacher of object lessons.
In January 1992, the officers and bureaucrats of Algeria's National Liberation Front (FLN), the men, women and elitist heirs of those who claimed to have won independence for their people and br
Milton Viorst, previously on staff at The New Yorker, is among the most perceptive observers of contemporary Arab political life.