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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Leon Carl Brown
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1982, pp. 453-459
    2. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. The Price of Wealth by Kiren Aziz Chaudhry
      2. Bridging the Gap by Shai Feldman and Abdullah Toukan
      3. Strategic Geography and the Changing Middle East by Geoffrey Kemp and Robert E. Harkavy
      4. War in the Gulf, 1990-91 by Majid Khadduri and Edmund Ghareeb
      5. Palestine and the Palestinians by Samih K. Farsoun
      Foreign Affairs
      , November 1997, pp. 171-172
    3. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Dream Palace of the Arabs by Fouad Ajami
      2. Diplomacy for the Next Century by Abba Eban
      3. Allies Divided by Robert D. Blackwill and Michael Sturmer
      4. The PLO and Israel by Avraham Sela and Moshe Ma'oz
      5. The Persian Gulf at the Millennium by Gary G. Sick and Lawrence G. Potter
      6. Futile Diplomacy, Vol. III by Neil Caplan
      7. Futile Diplomacy, Vol. IV by Neil Caplan
      8. Rivers of Discord by Greg Shapland
      Foreign Affairs
      , March 1998, pp. 160-162
    4. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. The Future of Islam and the West by Shireen T. Hunter
      2. In the Shadow of the Prophet by Milton Viorst
      3. Central Asia Meets the Middle East by David Menashri
      4. The Politicization of Islam by Mohamed Elhachmi Hamdi
      5. The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal by Richard B. Lillich, Daniel B. Magraw,...
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1998, pp. 135-136
    5. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Beyond Belief by V.S. Naipaul
      2. The Process by Uri Savir
      3. Shattering the Myth by Bruce B. Lawrence
      4. Crossing the Jordan by Samuel Segev
      Foreign Affairs
      , September 1998, pp. 162-164
    6. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Armed Struggle and the Search for State by Yezid Sayigh
      2. Between Ballots and Bullets by William B. Quandt
      3. The Brink of Peace by Itamar Rabinovich
      4. Turkey's Kurdish Question by Henri J. Barkey and Graham E. Fuller
      5. America and the Muslim Middle East by Philip D. Zelikow and Robert B. Zoellick
      Foreign Affairs
      , November 1998, pp. 162-163
    7. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Decade of Transition by Abraham Ben-Zvi
      2. Countdown to Statehood by Hillel Frisch
      3. Women, the State, and Political Liberalization by Laurie A. Brand
      4. Brother Against Brother by Ehud Sprinzak
      5. The Challenge of Fundamentalism by Bassam Tibi
      Foreign Affairs
      , March 1999, pp. 153-154
    8. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Tortured Confessions by Ervand Abrahamian
      2. Between Memory and Desire by R. Stephen Humphreys
      3. Saudi Arabia and the Politics of Dissent by Mamoun Fandy
      4. All in the Family by Michael Herb
      5. America and Political Islam by Fawaz A. Gerges
      6. Pan-Arabism Before Nasser by Michael Doran
      Foreign Affairs
      , September 1999, pp. 181-183
    9. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Sanctioning Saddam by Sarah Graham-Brown
      2. Islam and Gender by Ziba Mir-Hosseini
      3. Empires of the Sand by Efraim Karsh and Inari Karsh
      4. Strengthening Palestinian Public Institutions by Michel Rocard
      5. The Transformation of Palestinian Politics by Barry M. Rubin
      6. Jordanians, Palestinians, and the Hashemite Kingdom in the Middle East Peace Process by Adnan Abu Odeh
      7. Land and Power by Anita Shapira
      Foreign Affairs
      , March 2000, pp. 172-174
    10. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. The Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks by Helena Cobban
      2. Ataturk by Andrew Mango
      3. Tournament of Shadows by Karl E. Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac
      4. Being Modern in Iran by Fariba Adelkhah
      5. The Last Great Revolution by Robin Wright
      6. The Arab Shi'a by Graham E. Fuller and Rend Rahim Francke
      Foreign Affairs
      , May 2000, pp. 175-176
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      (5 Reviews)
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      1. The End of the Peace Process by Edward W. Said
      2. Taliban by Ahmed Rashid
      3. The Breakdown of the State in Lebanon, 1967-1976 by Farid el Khazen
      4. Khomeini: Life of the Ayatollah by Baqer Moin
      5. The Oil Kingdom at 100 by Nawaf E. Obaid
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 2000, pp. 159-160
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      (7 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. The Palestinian Hamas by Shaul Mishal and Avraham Sela
      2. A Changing Turkey by Heinz Kramer
      3. Reason, Freedom, and Democracy in Islam by Abdolkarim Soroush, Mahmoud Sadri, an...
      4. The Jewish State by Yoram Hazony
      5. Sacred Landscape by Meron Benvenisti
      6. Religion and State by L. Carl Brown
      7. A Little Too Close to God by David Phillip Horovitz
      Foreign Affairs
      , September 2000, pp. 147-149
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      (6 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. No God But God by Geneive Abdo
      2. Persian Mirrors by Elaine Sciolino
      3. Turkey Today by Marvine Howe
      4. Jordan by Asher Susser
      5. Who Rules Iran? by Wilfried Buchta
      6. Touching Peace by Yossi Beilin
      Foreign Affairs
      , November 2000, pp. 187-188
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      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. One Palestine, Complete by Tom Segev
      2. Hamas by Khaled Hroub
      3. The Algerian Civil War, 19901-998 by Luis Martinez
      4. Eastward to Tartary by Robert D. Kaplan
      5. A Middle East Mosaic by Bernard Lewis
      Foreign Affairs
      , March 2001, pp. 162-163
    15. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. Asad's Legacy by Eyal Zisser
      2. War, Institutions, and Social Change in the Middle East by Steven Heydemann
      3. A History of Iraq by Charles Tripp
      4. Turkey's Transformation and American Policy by Morton I. Abramowitz
      5. Legacy of the Prophet by Anthony Shadid
      Foreign Affairs
      , May 2001, pp. 145-146
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      (5 Reviews)
      Middle East
      1. The War for Palestine by Eugene L. Rogan and Avi Shlaim
      2. Pariah States and Sanctions in the Middle East by Tim Niblock
      3. Reinventing Khomeini by Daniel Brumberg
      4. Post-Revolutionary Politics in Iran by David Menashri
      5. Morocco Since 1830 by C.R. Pennell
      Foreign Affairs
      , September 2001, p. 172
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      (Review)
      Israel: A History, by Martin Gilbert
      1. Israel: A History by Martin Gilbert
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1998, pp. 90-95