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org/3297/iran-latin-america) Middle East Quarterly .
Daniel Pipes, writing in the Middle East Quarterly a decade ago, predicted that within a relatively brief arc of time, Christians "will effectively disappear from the region as a cultural and political force.
While many diplomats and analysts view the Arab-Israeli dispute and conflicts between Muslim and non-Muslim communities through the prism of political grievance, the roots of such conflicts lie as much in culture and Arab tribalism", Philip Salzman wrote in a recent issue of Middle East Quarterly.
DeAtkine In this article from the Middle East Quarterly, Zelkovitz convincingly argues that FATAH has evolved from simply an armed nationalist organization to one that has absorbed Islamist beliefs.
Michael Rubin, Senior Iran and Turkey Advisor and Middle East Advisory Board Member
Rubin is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and editor of the Middle East Quarterly.
Rubin, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute think tank and co-author of ''Eternal Iran: Continuity and Chaos,'' recently spoke in New York at an event hosted by the Middle East Forum, publisher of the Middle East Quarterly magazine.
AAI founder Zogby has been the subject of a rant in Pipes' Middle East Quarterly.
Most recently he has become editor of the Zionist-oriented Middle East Quarterly.