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  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Has the U.S. Failed?

    Daniel C. Kurtzer, Matthew Duss, Natan B. Sachs, Yousef Munayyer

    Winter 2014, Volume XXI, Number 4

    OMAR KADER, Chairman of the Board, Middle East Policy Council

    There have been six Nobel peace prizes given for the Arab-Israeli conflict. In 1950, Ralph Bunche got it for ...

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  • Back to Realism for an Enduring U.S.-Saudi Relationship

    Robert Mason

    Winter 2014, Volume XXI, Number 4

    Over the past decade, formerly close U.S.-Saudi relations have been under immense political pressure, in private and increasingly in the public media, as the two governments have dealt ...

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  • One Man's Terrorist...

    Dennis Jett

    Winter 2014, Volume XXI, Number 4

    In Washington, the road from legislative intent to policy implementation is paved with politics. As a result, where that road leads often has little to do with where ...

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  • Islam in Egypt: The U.S. View, 1982

    Winter 2014, Volume XXI, Number 4

    After the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat on October 6, 1981, investigators determined that the attack had been carried out by Islamic militants who had infiltrated Egypt's ...

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