This is a commemorative address in Prof. Barry Rubin’s honor, given by Prof. Uriel Reichman, President and Founder of IDC Herzliya. We thank Prof. Reichman’s office for sharing his special words with our readers.
Archives for April 2014
PJMedia, 9/4. The April 29th deadline has not yet been reached, but it may be said with confidence that the initiative by Secretary of State John Kerry to revive the ‘peace process’ between Israelis and Palestinians has already reached … Continue reading →
Jerusalem Post, 11/4. Syrian President Bashar Assad this week said that he expects that in the course of 2014, major military operations in Syria will end. Following this, all that will remain will be the need to deal with the … Continue reading →
PDF version available here Since 2008, Turkey has gone from supporting the Bashar al-Asad regime, to encouraging Asad to undertake democratic reforms, to shifting to a policy of regime change (RC)–a full 180-degree turn in less than three years. Given Turkey’s twists and turns, is it possible for Turkey to reverse course again, as Asad […]
PDF version available here This article reevaluates the April 2013 PEW data on “The World’s Muslims” covering 23 countries and comprising at least 56.6 percent of the total global Muslim population. It presents population-weighted estimates of the 18 PEW indicators for the entire adult Muslim population in these 23 countries. The article also presents a […]
PDF version available here This article focuses on the current perceptions of the Armenian genocide in the various countries involved, specifically within the EU, Armenia, and Turkey, in order to explore the political rationale behind the commitment of some states to recognize the historical events of 1915 as an act of genocide or the commitment […]