Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the iTunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher. In this podcast, Michael Doran, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and prominent scholar and commentator on Middle Eastern affairs and world politics, talks with Tikvah’s Eric Cohen about a classic essay excoriating Western elites for misunderstanding the […]Read More
Realist foreign policy is premised on the idea that states always act in their own interest, as defined by the rational calculation of external threats from rival states. To scholars and practitioners of the realist school, America’s support for Israel is irrational, for in the support of the Jewish State realists see no benefit to […]Read More
Officials from the U.S., Russia, China, and members of the European Union announced on July 14th, 2015 they had reached an historic agreement with Iran to contain its nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions and an invitation to rejoin the community of nations. To discuss the implications of the deal, the Tikvah […]Read More
In 1993, the late Samuel Huntington described Islam as having “bloody borders.” But what does this observation have to do with Islam as a religion or set of ideas? How much of the violence in Syria, Iraq, Libya, and Gaza or the uncertainty in Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, the Gulf states, Indonesia, or Turkey has to […]Read More
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