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JINSA Reports

  • February 15, 2011

    America provides military assistance because we believe recipient governments agree with us about what constitutes a threat to their security - and ours. Secondly, we believe they will use it to make war on the “right” people and prevail. Both beliefs are sorely tested at the moment. As always, however, Israel is the exception.

  • February 11, 2011

    An Islamist government in Egypt using a phony commitment to the electoral process to get elected - once- would doom liberty, tolerance, equality before the law and consensual government. Is that the aspiration of the United States government for the people of Egypt?

  • February 10, 2011

    Historically, America has been able to manage multiple problems on multiple fronts. Can we still? While our attention has been focused of late on Egypt, challenges continue from Iraq to treaties with Russia to Turkey.

  • February 4, 2011

    In order for most of the Islamic/Muslim countries to be our friend and partner, they have to be more like us, not we more like them. If they can’t change or don’t want to, they may be clients, they may be trading partners, they may be there and we may notice them, but they won’t be allies.

  • February 2, 2011

    The idea of a military-run Egyptian government – whether with or without Mohammad El-Baradei as the public face of the Muslim Brotherhood – should alarm the United States and the West.

  • February 1, 2011

    While the United States has made slow and difficult progress in helping Iraq find consensual government, elsewhere in the region we remained willing to turn that blind eye for perceived benefit. Like Egypt.

  • January 25, 2011

    Papers that supposedly prove that the Palestinian leadership had offered far reaching concessions to Israel appear more to be an attempt by the British Foreign Office to finish establishing the Palestinian Arab state that didn’t emerge at the end of the mess they made of the Mandate for Palestine.

  • January 24, 2011

    Peace between Israelis and Arabs (and we should not allow substitution of the word “Palestinians” for the word “Arabs”) is not a matter of rhetoric. But words matter.

  • January 18, 2011

    Secretary of State Clinton called for an increase in civic space in the Arab world and an end to the corruption that sucks the economic life even - or especially - out of poor countries with an educated workforce. But when she spoke of America's commitment to Palestine, she said nary a word about corruption in the state-in-waiting.

  • January 12, 2011

    American journalistic outrage moves at warp speed when the first sound bites can skew the later coverage for or against favored targets.

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