Prof. Ze’ev Maghen

Prof. Ze’ev Maghen

Prof. Ze’ev Maghen

(Ph.D. Columbia University) Expert on Iran, the Shi’a religion and Islam, and Persian Gulf politics. Speaks Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Russian and Turkish. Email: [email protected]

O Ali, O Husayn! An Ancient Shi’ite Paradigm Haunts Today’s Islamic Republic

| July 12, 2009

Hatred of, and disdain for, George W. Bush was the European excuse for refusing American requests for diplomatic and military cooperation.
How will Europe, which is in love with Obama, now justify saying no?

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The Perils and Promise of Pax Americana in the Muslim Middle East

| July 26, 2005

The Muslim Middle East has two basic problems with the US in the role of democratic reformer: what America is, and what America is not. The perils and promise of America’s difficult mission civilisatrice, and the Bush Administration’s faith-based approach to exporting freedom, may ultimately help America win friends and influence people in the Middle East.

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