The Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya is offering a scholarship for an outstanding researcher in modern Middle East politics. The Rubin scholarship is named in memory of Professor Barry Rubin, founder and former director of the GLORIA Center, who passed away in February 2014. The scholarship is available […]
Would you ever imagine that the leading American newspaper would openly advocate siding with Islamist forces in the Middle East against all of America’s allies and friends, and I mean with eyes wide open and with full awareness that it sought to overthrow them? Well, the day has come. How has the argument for this […]
By Barry Rubin
–For doing so it is not being punished but rewarded.
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Kerry shuttle diplomacy? Ha. Let’s talk about what is really going on in the Middle East: Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 25, 1863 At the assault on Lookout Mountain, the Union advance faltered against the Confederate lines high atop Missionary Ridge. Suddenly Union soldiers spontaneously advanced without orders led by six flag-bearers, one of them Arthur […]
There are some subtle issues coming out of the Syrian civil war for Israel. It is clear that Israel is neutral on the war, that it isn’t going to get dragged into it, and that the longer the war goes on it doesn’t damage Israeli national security. It should be equally clear, however, that in […]
One of the key factors about revolutionary Islamism is that it is an innately ant-American and racist doctrine. Usually this is seen through antisemitism or ant-Christian views (since in the case of Islam, religion now seems to have been reintepreted as a race when convenient) but sometimes there are different, but not highly publicized examples, […]