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Islamic Reformation

Islamic Reformation

Exposing the Battle for Hearts and Minds

The Syrian Opposition

The Syrian Opposition

For decades, U.S. policy toward Syria has been single-mindedly focused on Syria’s president, Hafiz al-Asad, from 1970 to 2000, followed by his son Bashar.

The Politics and the Promise of Civilizational Dialogues

The Politics and the Promise of Civilizational Dialogues

In response to Harvard Professor SamuelHuntington’s now infamous argument predicting afuture full of clashes between civilizations, the world’sliberals responded with a call for a civilizational dialogue.

Current Trends in the Ideology of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

Current Trends in the Ideology of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

The American-led Middle East reform and democratization campaign of the last twoyears has helped shape a new political reality in Egypt.

Muslim Americans Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream

Muslim Americans Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream

Muslims constitute a growing and increasingly important segment of American society.Yet there is surprisingly little quantitative research about the attitudes and opinions of thissegment of the public for two reasons

Egypt: Background and U.S. Relations

Egypt: Background and U.S. Relations

In the last year, Egyptian foreign policy, particularly its relationship with the United States, hasbenefitted substantially from both a change in U.S. policy and from events on the ground.

Middle East Democracy Promotion Is Not a One-way Street

Middle East Democracy Promotion Is Not a One-way Street

The U.S. administration is under pressure to revive democracy promotion efforts in the Middle East,but momentum toward political reform has stalled in most of the region.

BETWEEN THE GLOBAL AND THE LOCAL

BETWEEN THE GLOBAL AND THE LOCAL

ISLAMISM, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND INDONESIA

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