U.S. Policy and National Interests
One of the issues that threads its way through histories of the Middle East during the Cold War is the relative extent to which events are ascribable to the influence of outside powers rather than regional actors.
In this timely and straightforward book, eight authors have examined the issue of arms control in the Middle East. Each author presents the perspective of a different country in the region.
Most readers will not want to support the case made in this lucidly written and well-researched book: that the chances for a real peace in the Middle East have actually declined in recent years.
In early October 1990, about 2,000 Moslems gathered on the grounds of al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam's third-holiest shrine located on the Temple Mount in East Jerusalem, to prevent an attempt by an extremist Jewish group, the Temple Mount
In the introduction to this unprecedented collection of Palestinian oral histories, the editors quote Dr.
Political memoirs are rarely written for only one reason, but Broken Covenant, by Moshe Arens, sometime Israeli ambassador (to the United States), minister of foreign affairs and defe
This is an important book, one all Americans who care for democracy should read. It shows that the second greatest victim of Zionism, after the Palestinians, is the Americans.
Mohammed Al-Fahim's book, From Rags to Riches: A Story of Abu Dhabi, is a deeply moving, well-written account of the remarkable transformation of an impoverished, desert