Analysis & Commentary


11th November 2008 - Palgrave Macmillan

Hamas vs. Fatah: The Struggle For Palestine

Jonathan Schanzer

In June 2007 civil war broke out in the Gaza Strip between two rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah. Western peace efforts in the region always focused on reconciling two opposing fronts: Israel and Palestine. Now, this careful exploration of Middle East history over the last two...

18th October 2008

Egypt: Evolution Theory

Egyptian politics are in a state of stagnation. Despite numerous promises of reform in recent years, the government of president Hosni Mubarak has failed to embark upon a genuine opening of the political system, and hopes for reforms have faded.

9th October 2008

News from the Awakening (Part 6)

3rd October 2008

The Ripple Effect of High Oil Prices

The global economy depends on a superinfrastructure of air, land, and sea transportation networks to move basic goods, primary energy, and people across borders. The global manufacturing industry, particularly in Asia, has thrived due to the massive profits gleaned from items with a high...

30th September 2008

News from the Awakening (Part 5)

23rd September 2008

Iran’s Continuing Threat

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will arrive in New York to address the 63rd United Nations General Assembly. At a time when world leaders are meeting to discuss the most pertinent global issues, it is important to remember the threat that Iran poses to international peace and security...

22nd September 2008

Plug-in Hybrids: The Cars that will Recharge America

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

While biofuels offer a drop-in alternative to oil in the short run, the long-term energy security of this country requires us to leverage technological innovations to achieve greater efficiency. In their 2008 book Apollo's Fire, Jay Inslee and Bracken Hendricks make a persuasive case that...

19th September 2008

From Energy Crisis To Energy Security

Clifford D. May, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

American dependence on oil sends hundreds of billions of dollars overseas every year, forces the U.S. to put its troops in harm's way, and undermines American diplomatic efforts. As the United States experiences rapidly increasing oil and commodities prices, coupled with sluggish economic...

12th September 2008 - The Long War Journal

Intercepted Letters from al-Qaeda Leaders Shed Light on State of Network in Iraq

Bill Roggio, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Tony Badran

Yesterday, Center for Terrorism Research (CTR) adjunct fellow Bill Roggio posted an important report at the Long War Journal. He noted that a series of letters intercepted by Multinational Forces-Iraq—letters that chronicle the communications between al-Qaeda deputy leader Ayman...

3rd September 2008

News from the Iraqi Awakening

span class="textsmall"Iraq's Awakening movement, which originated in the Anbar province, was one of the keys to the turnaround that the country has experienced since January 2007. This collection of Sunni tribesmen, Iraqi nationalists, ex-Baathists, and others, took great risks to help drive...

24th July 2008

Myths and Facts about America’s Energy Crisis

2nd July 2008

Future Jihad

This Foreign Affairs bestseller from MSNBC terrorism expert Walid Phares allows a frightening look into the future of jihad. Phares--who has served as an expert with the Justice Department, briefed the Defense and State Departments, and testified to Congress--shows that ther has been a...

10th June 2008

Signs of Further Progress in Iraq

With the U.S. presidential primaries dominating the headlines in the mainstream media, the continued improvements in Iraq have largely gone unreported. Since General David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker last testified before Congress, the Iraqi government and its citizens have...

2nd May 2008 - FDD Policy Briefing

The High Cost of Oil Dependence

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

With the price of oil over $125 a barrel and U.S. gasoline prices hovering around $4 a gallon, our nation’s energy dependence has been a top news headline. Although the economic effect...

1st April 2008

Looking at the President’s Assessment of the Iraq Campaign

President Bush's March 27 assessment of the state of the war in Iraq raised important strategic assertions that warrant greater attention from the public and the defense and national security sectors. The principles announced by the president with regard to the measurement of success and the...

1st April 2008

Saudis Should Be Scrutinized for Funding Palestinian Terrorism

President Bush meets today with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Faisal to discuss last week's congressional report on 9/11, which includes allegations of links between Saudi government officials and the 9/11 hijackers.

20th March 2008

Bin Laden’s Threat Uncovers Jihadist Message for Europe

18th March 2008

The War of Ideas

From Afghanistan and Iraq to Europe and the U.S., we are engaged in one of the most heated wars of all time. In this incisive book, terrorism expert Walid Phares shows that the most important battle of all is taking place in the hearts and minds of people across the world. This is the War of...

18th March 2008

The Confrontation

In Future Jihad, terrorism and Middle East expert Walid Phares gave a definitive account of the historical and cultural forces that led to September 11 and the rise of radical Islam. In The War of Ideas, he revealed the conflict of ideologies that underlie the War on Terror. Now, in The...

12th March 2008

Inverse False Alarms

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Ali Alfoneh

Senior Fellow

Tony Badran

Research Fellow, Levant

Mark Dubowitz

Executive Director

Aykan Erdemir

Nonresident Fellow

turkey

Yaya J. Fanusie

Center on Sanctions and Illicit Finance - Director of Analysis

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