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New "Arab Insight" Journal Available from WSI Cairo
The World Security Institute is proud to announce that the first edition of Arab Insight, a quarterly journal dedicated to bringing Middle East perspectives to Washington, is now available. CONTACT: Whitney Parker, [email protected], 202-797-5287
Thursday, May 24,2007 00:00
by World Security Institute

The World Security Institute is proud to announce that the first edition of Arab Insight, a quarterly journal dedicated to bringing Middle East perspectives to Washington, is now available.

CONTACT: Whitney Parker, [email protected], 202-797-5287

DOWLOAD THE FULL PDF VERSION: CLICK HERE

Arab Insight is a groundbreaking, independent diplomacy effort dedicated to bringing diverse Arab voices directly into the political discourse and policy debates in Washington. The journal will offer in-depth analyses and commentaries on issues pertinent to the region, including perspectives from individuals in the media, government, civil society and academia, allowing voices in the Middle East to be better represented in the marketplace of ideas and debate in the United States. The editors welcome guest opinions, articles, and contributions.

Our work is centered on the belief that through dialogue and information, we can foster improved relations at the public level and build bridges of tolerance and understanding between the Arab world and the West. Topics such as democracy in the Middle East, the relationship between Islam and politics, American foreign policy in the Middle East, among many others, will be addressed in our issues.

The first issue contains important works on Islam, Political Islam and America:

I. U.S. Foreign Policy and Islamists

  • "Is Brotherhood with America Possible?" Khalil Al-Anani, Egypt
  • "Alone at the Ballot Box: American Rejection of Islamists," Atef Abou Saif, Palestinian Territory
  • "Trial and Error: Washington and Iraq’s Shiite," Ibrahim Al-Baydani, Iraq
  • "The Cold Embrace: United States and Islamists in North Africa," Mohamed El-Ghali, Morocco

II. Islam Outside the Mosque

  • "Islamic Roots of Good Governance," Mazen Hashem, Syria
  • "Islam and Human Rights: Revisiting the Debate," Jumana Shehata, Egypt
  • "A Response to Western Views of Islamist Movements," Radwan Ziadah, Syria
  • "Separation of Islam and Political Islam," Hossam Tamam, Egypt

For More Information:

To learn more about WSI Cairo, click here.
To receive a free electronic subscription, click here.
To learn how you can sign-up for a print subscription (fees apply), contact Whitney Parker, director of communications, [email protected].  
To learn how to advertise in this journal, e-mail Whitney Parker, director of communications, [email protected].  
To submit articles, letters or commentary, please contact the editor: Mohamed Elmenshawy, WSI Cairo Office Director, 1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20036; e-mail: [email protected].  

About the World Security Institute (WSI):
WSI is a 21st century global think tank and a leading not-for-profit media organization committed to independent journalism and research, and the development, production, and marketing of impartial news and information to a global audience. Through a variety of publications and services, in several languages including Chinese, Russian, Farsi, and Arabic, WSI provides a unique news and research-based approach to communications, policy development, and cooperation focusing on the social, economic, environmental, political and military components of international security. WSI’s divisions include the Center for Defense Information, International Media, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Azimuth Media and International Programs with offices in Washington, D.C. (founded in 1972), Brussels (founded in 2002), Cairo (founded in 2006) and Moscow (founded in 2001), and a Beijing program (founded in 2002).


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