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Issues & Analyses

The Impact of Covid-19 on Middle Eastern and North African Studies: A Curated Reading List (March 2020 through April 2, 2021)

Think tanks, scholars and analysts are producing excellent assessments of the impact that the Coronavirus pandemic is having on Middle Eastern countries. The number of monthly articles devoted to the pandemic was extraordinarily high until mid-July 2020,  when the topic took a back seat to intense discussions on speculations about Israel’s possible annexation of portions […]

Contemporary Readings

#97 Contemporary Readings, March 2021

Assembled by Ken Stein and Eli Sperling Emory University and Center for Israel Education [email protected] or [email protected] Micky Aharonson, “The Israel-Russia-Syria deal: Cost, beneficiaries and future deals,” Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security, March 3, 2021. https://jiss.org.il/en/aharonson-the-israel-russia-syria-deal/  Aida Alami, “Bridging Time, Distance and Distrust with Music: Neta Elkayam, an Israeli singer, plumbs the rich culture of the […]

Artículos y blogs de Ken Stein

Opciones y Realidades de la Política Internacional de Biden en el Medio Oriente

Ken Stein 12 de enero, 2021, presentación virtual, patrocinado por The Temple, Atlanta,GA y CIE. https://youtube.com/watch?v=c4jMHIwvOLI Rabino Peter Berg: [00:00:00] Buenas noches a todos y bienvenidos a nuestro programa. Estamos emocionados de tener a tanta gente aquí con nosotros esta noche para uno de nuestros programas Tamid, uno de nuestros programas de aprendizaje para adultos […]

Contemporary Readings

#95 Contemporary Readings, January 2021

Assembled by Ken Stein and Eli Sperling Emory University and Center for Israel Education [email protected] or [email protected] Meirav Arlozoroff, “Israel’s Population Is Growing at a Dizzying Rate. Is It Up for the Challenge?” Haaretz, January 4, 2021. https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium.MAGAZINE-israel-s-population-is-growing-at-a-dizzying-rate-is-it-up-for-the-challenge-1.9410043 Shlomo Avineri, “[YouTube video] Israeli Democracy: Historical Origins and Future Perspectives,” UCLA Nazarian Center for Israel Studies, January 13, […]

Issues & Analyses

Options and Realities for Biden’s Foreign Policy in the Middle East

President Biden comes to the presidency with more Washington experience than any other former president. While he has designated a foreign policy team with significant experience, his immediate priorities will be domestic. With a razor thin senate majority why would he expend political capital in trying to find solutions to Middle Eastern issues that are highly complex, seemingly intractable, and culturally embedded? The exception might be seeking to curtail Iran's nuclear and regional aggressiveness.