Middle East

The Karine-A Affair and the War on Terrorism

A fifty-ton cache of Iranian weapons for the Palestinian Authority would have made a big difference had it been delivered. That it wasn't is making an even bigger difference.

Robert Satloff

Curtains for the Ba'ath

The Ba'athi regime of Iraq has got to go, and the United States needs to force the issue before it is too late.

Michael Eisenstadt

Echoes from the Barbary Coast

America's war against the Barbary pirates 200 years ago bears similarities--and lessons--for the present war against terrorism.

Rand H. Fishbein

Tightening the Screws

Staunching the flow of funds to terrorist organizations take more than issuing exective orders. An inside look at a broken process, and how to fix it.

Peter L. Fitzgerald

The Asymmetry of Pity

Oslo failed because the Palestinian side has taken no responsibility for having helped cause the conflict, and has seen itself above any need to make concessions in order to end it.

Yossi Klein Halevi

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