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by: PAUL PILLAR 2012-1-30
As Arab countries and especially Egypt continue to struggle their way into a new and hopefully more democratic political order, a persistent theme in commentary in the United States about this story has been suspicion of any political actor identified with political Islam...

by: Andrew Kohut and Richard Wike 2008-5-7
SIMPLY PUT, America’s image in much of the Muslim world remains abysmal. Iraq, the war on terrorism, American support for Israel and other key features of U.S. foreign policy continue to generate animosity in the Middle East, Asia and elsewhere..

by: Rand Beers, Ilan Goldenberg and Patrick Barry 2007-11-29
“Violent, radical jihadists want to replace all the governments of the moderate Islamic states, replace them with a caliphate. And to do that, they also want to bring down the West, in particular us...

by: Ray Takeyh 2007-11-18
September 11 and its aftermath caused many American policymakers, both Democrats and Republicans, to re-evaluate Washington’s traditional emphasis on promoting "stability" in the Middle East, even at the expense of democratization. Support for autocratic regimes, far from pacifying the region, came to be seen as the root cause for the growth of Islamic radicalism..

by: Robert S. Leiken 2007-11-18
Steven Brooke and I have received much criticism from other conservatives about our analysis of the Muslim Brotherhood. One of them is Joshua Muravchik of the American Enterprise ..

by: Andrew E 2007-10-6
On Friday, September 28, participants in "Recovering from Arab Spring Fever", a roundtable sponsored by The Carnegie Endowment for International.....

by: Ted Galen Carpenter 2007-8-28
The problem with the manic debate in Washington—irrational exuberance followed by despair—is that it misses gradual but real changes occurring in the region. There are many deep political problems in the Arab world...

by: Ali Eteraz 2007-8-9
There is an excellent discussion developing in How to Make Islam and Separation of Mosque/State Compatible. Do get involved...