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Joshua Teitelbaum, Ph.D

Senior Research Fellow

(Israeli Rank - Martzeh Bakhir; US Rank - Associate Professor)

45 Borokhov Street, No. 5

Ra`anana, Israel

Home: (09) 744-9892

Cell: (054) 431-2980

teitelba@post.tau.ac.il

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Humanities, Moshe Dayan Center (03) 640-6448

Curriculum Vitae (updated to January 1, 2009)
Date and Place of Birth: Feb 28, 1958, USA (date of aliya, October 1981)

Military Service: IDF, Sept. 1987-Jan. 1988 (shortened service for new immigrants). Reserve rank: captain, still serving.


A. EDUCATION

1976-1980 UCLA (Los Angeles) Near Eastern Studies B.A., 1980


1981-1988 Tel Aviv University Middle Eastern History M.A., 1988
1989-1996 Tel Aviv University Middle Eastern History Ph.D., 1996
Title of Master’s Thesis: “The Saudis and the Hajj, 1916-1933: A Religious Institution in Turbulent Times”

Names of Supervisors: Prof. Yisrael Gershoni, Prof. Joseph Kostiner

Title of Doctoral Dissertation: “The Hashemite Kingdom of the Hijaz, 1916-1925: the Failure of State Formation in Modern Arabia”

Names of Supervisor: Dr. Martin Kramer
B. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

9.80-8.81 US Congress Legislative Assistant to Congressman Paul N. McCloskey, Jr. 12th district, California

10.83-present Tel Aviv University Overseas Students Program Lecturer

5.82-5.84 Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Abstracter, Mideast File

5.83-11.84 Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Assistant Editor, Mideast File

10.83-6.85 Tel Aviv University Middle East History Teaching Assistant

1.86-10.86 Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Research Assistant

10.86-10.88 Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Assistant Researcher

9.90-7.92 University of Wash. (USA) Jackson School of International Studies Assistant Professor

10.92-9.93 Bar-Ilan University History Lecturer

10.88-3.98 Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Research Associate

8.96-8.97 Cornell University (USA) Near Eastern Studies Assistant Professor

5.97-7.97 Washington Institute for Near East Policy Visiting Research Fellow

3.98-12.00 Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Research Fellow

Israeli rank-martzeh; US rank - Assistant Professor)

12.00-present Tel Aviv University Dayan Center Senior Research Fellow Israeli rank-martzeh bakhir; US Rank - Associate Professor)

04.07-present Stanford University Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law

04.07-present Stanford University W. Glenn Campbell and Rita Ricardo-Campbell National Fellow


Hoover Institution

08.06-present US Army War College/Proteus Center for Strategic Leadership/ Associate

09.00-present Cambridge University Press Pre-publication reviewer of scholarly manuscripts

10.02-present Hurst & Company (London) Pre-publication reviewer of scholarly manuscripts (vetting manuscripts for co-publication with New York University Press and Columbia University Press)

10.05-present Bar Ilan Univesity Adjuct Associate Professor, Department of Middle Eastern History

07.08-present City University of London Israeli Adviser, Olive Tree Program, www.city.ac.uk/olivetree/


C. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

Year Name of Meeting (city, country)
1995 With Joseph Kostiner, "State Formation and the Saudi Monarchy," International Conference on Islam, Monarchy and Modernity in the Middle East, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.
1996 "The Hashimite View of the Post-Ottoman Order," Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
1997 “The Arab Revolt: From Mecca to Aqaba,” Conference on 80 Years to World War One in the Negev, Joe Alon Center for Bedouin Culture, Kibbutz Lotan, Israel.
1998 “The Gulf States and Dual Containment,” International Conference on the United States and the Middle East, BESA Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel.
1998 "’Taking Back’ the Caliphate: Husayn bin `Ali, Mustafa Kemal, and the Ottoman Caliphate," Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), Chicago, Illinois, USA.
‏2000 “Relations between the Hashimites, the Kemalists, and the Ottomans in the Aftermath of World War One,” International Colloquy on the Middle East in World War One, Istanbul, Turkey.
2000 “Syria and Israel: The Peace Process and Mutual Perceptions of the Other,” ELIAMEP International Seminar, Halki, Greece, September 2000.
2000 “Saudi Arabia and Globalization,” Globalization and the MENA Region, International Conference, Institute of West Asian and African Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, November 2000.
2001 “Dueling for Da`wa: State vs. Society on the Saudi Internet,” Dayan Center Conference on the new media in the Middle East, May 2001. Conference organizer.
2001 “Al-Jazirah Satellite Channel and Its Influence on the Arab World,” Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University, Conference on the Media as Strategy, Tel Aviv, July 2001.
2002 “After 9/11: The Debate over Islam and the West in Saudi Arabia,” International Conference on Islam, Globalization, and the West, Dayan Center, December 2002.
2003 “Civil-Military Relations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” Fourth Mediterranean Social and Political Research (MSPR) Meeting of the Mediterranean Programme of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence, March 2003.
2003 “The Arabian Peninsula in the Aftermath of Iraq and Afghanistan,” Geneva Center for Security Policy/RAND Workshop on the Middle East in the Shadow of Afghanistan and Iraq, Geneva, May 2003.
2004 “The Limits of Power: U.S. Democracy Promotion in the Middle East,” Central Intelligence Agency Conference on Reform in the Arab World, Wye Plantation, January 2004.
2004 “The Saudi Military and the Power Structure in Saudi Arabia,” Saudi Arabia between 9/11, the Iraq War and the Future: Key Trends in Politics, Economy and International Relations, ISIM, Leiden, February 2004.
2004 Convener, Conference on Political Liberalization in the Gulf, Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Tel Aviv University, May 2004.
2004 “From Terrorist Challenge to Insurgency Threat: Saudi Arabian Internal Security,” Geneva Center for Security Policy/RAND Workshop on the United States, Europe and the Middle East, June 2004.
2005 CIA simulation on the Persian Gulf, Washington, DC, (invitation declined due to prior engagement), August 2004.
2005 “The Young Generation of Saudi `Ulama: A New Source of Legitimacy for the Regime?, ” Conference on The Middle East 2005: A Change of Genrerations, March 2005.
2005 “The Wahhabi `Ulama and Jihad,” Conference on The Ideological Roots of Jihad, Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Tel Aviv University, May 2005.
2005 “Fighting Terrorism in Saudi Arabia,” Conference on After the Iraq War: An Assessment of Strategic and Political Challenges, Military Center for Strategic Studies, Ministry of Defense (Italy), Rome, May 2005.
2005 “The Caliphate and the Hashemites,” Annual Conference of the Israel Oriental Society, May 2005.
2006 “National Cohesion in Saudi Arabia,” Conference on the “Cohesion of the Arab State,” Annual Conference of the Moshe Dayan Center, May 2006.
2006 “Prospects for Future Cohesion in Saudi Arabia,” Conference of the Proteus Management Group, US Army War College, Carlisle, PA, August 2006.
2007 “Sunnis and Shiites in the Middle East,” Annual Conference of the Moshe Dayan Center, March 2007.
D. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS (Prizes, fellowships, grants, scholarships, etc.)

Year Name of Institution (city, country), Award

1978, 1979, 1980 UCLA, Los Angeles Honors Student, Dean’s List


1983, 1984, 1985 School of History, Tel Aviv University, Zalman Aranne Scholarship
1984 B’nai B’rith, Tel Aviv Eli Cohen Prize
1984 Ben-Gurion Foundation, Tel Aviv Nahum Karni Prize
1986 Mif`al HaPayis, Tel Aviv, Israel Landau Prize for Superior MA thesis
1988, 1989 Dayan Center, Tel Aviv University Dayan Fellowship
1988 Wiener Library, Institute of German History, Tel Aviv University, Honor Seminar in Comparative European History
1988, 1990 Dayan Center, Tel Aviv University Harry and Jenny Lewis Studentship
1990 Avi Foundation Geneva, Switz.Dissertation Grant

1990 Anglo-Jewish Assoc. London, UK Dissertation Grant

1990 B’nai B’rith, London, UK Dissertation Grant


1992 Dayan Center, Tel Aviv University Uriel Dann Scholarship
1996 Keren Avi HaYishuv, Jer., Israel Publication Grant
1996 Society of Gulf Arab Studies, Wash. DC Best Dissertation
1997 Mif`al HaPayis, Tel Aviv, Israel Landau Prize for Superior Dissertation
2000 Tel Aviv University Internal Research Grant
2007, 2008, 2009 Visiting Professorship Grant at Stanford University (American Israel Cooperative Enterprise; Jewish Community Endowment Fund, Jewish Federation of San Francisco)
2007, 2008, 2009 W. Glenn Campbell and Rita Ricardo-Campbell National Fellowship Grant, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
2008 Israel Science Foundation Grant for three years (NIS 84,000 per year)

E. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Society for Gulf Arab Studies (1999, member of Dissertation Awards Committee)


Middle East Studies Association of North America
Member, Editorial Board, International Political Economy Yearbook
PUBLICATIONS
A. BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS
1. The Rise and Fall of the Hashimite Kingdom of Arabia (New York: New York University Press). 310 pages.
2. Holier Than Thou: Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Opposition (Washington, DC: Washington Institute for Near East Policy). 123 pages.
3. A State Struggles for Its Soul: The Islamic Opposition in Saudi Arabia (Tel Aviv: Moshe Dayan Center, 2005). Update and Hebrew translation of Holier Than Thou: Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Opposition. 104 pages.
A1. BOOKS EDITED
Political Liberalization in the Persian Gulf, forthcoming from Columbia University Press in February 2009.
B. REFEREED ARTICLES
1. “Ideology and Conflict in a Middle Eastern Minority: The Case of the Druze Initiative Committee in Israel,” Orient, Vol. 26 (Sept. 1985), pp. 341-59.
2.”Palestinians and Shi`ites in Southern Lebanon: Conflicting Interests and Confusing Alliances,” IDF Journal, No. 15 (Summer 1988), pp. 58-64.
3. “From Chieftaincy to Suzerainty: The Hashimite Vision of the Post-Ottoman Order,” Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 34 (January 1998), pp. 103-122.
4. “The Gulf States and Dual Containment,” Middle East Review of International Affairs, Vol. 2 (September 1998).
5. “’Taking Back’ the Caliphate: Sharif Husayn ibn `Ali, Mustafa Kemal, and the Ottoman Caliphate,” Die Welt Des Islams, Vol. 40 (November 2000), pp. 412-424.
6. “Dueling for Da`wa: State vs. Society on the Saudi Internet,” Middle East Journal, Vol. 56 (Spring 2002), pp. 222-239.
7. “The Muslim Brotherhood and the ‘Struggle For Syria’, 1947-1958: Between Accommodation and Ideology,” Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 40 (May 2004), pp. 134-158.
8. “Terrorist Challenges to Saudi Arabian Internal Security,” Middle East Review of International Affairs, Vol. 9 (September 2005).
9. Second Author, with Meir Litvak, “Edward Said and Orientalism: Some Methodological Remarks,” HaMizrah heHadash, Vol 55 (2005), pp. 5-21 (Hebrew).
10. First author, with Meir Litvak, “Students, Teachers, and Edward Said: Taking Stock of Orientalism,” Middle East Review of International Affairs, Vol. 10 (March 2006), pp. 1-21. Revised and expanded version of article published in HaMizrah HeHadash.

Submitted

1. “The Muslim Brotherhood in Syria, 1945-1958: Founding, Social Origins, and Ideology,” submitted to International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, now with readers.



C. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
1. “Arab-Israeli Relations: Armed Operations,” in Itamar Rabinovich and Haim Shaked (eds.), Middle East Contemporary Survey (MECS), Vol. 9:1984-85 (Tel Aviv: Moshe Dayan Center, 1987), pp. 86-105.
2. “The Palestine Liberation Organization,” in Itamar Rabinovich and Haim Shaked (eds.), MECS, Vol. 10:1986 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1988), pp. 165-202.
3. Second author (with Uzi Rabi), “Arab-Israeli Relations: Armed Operations,” in Itamar Rabinovich and Haim Shaked (eds.), MECS, Vol. 11:1987 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1989) pp. 103-114.
4. “The Palestine Liberation Organization,” in Ami Ayalon and Haim Shaked (eds.), MECS, Vol. 11:1987 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1989), pp. 201-243.
5. Second author (with Uzi Rabi), “Arab-Israeli Relations: Armed Operations,” in Ami Ayalon and Haim Shaked (eds.), MECS, Vol. 12:1988 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1990), pp. 120-135.
6. “The Palestine Liberation Organization,” in Ami Ayalon and Hayim Shaked (eds.), MECS, Vol. 12:1988 (Boulder: Westview, 1990), pp. 229-276.
7. “The Palestine Liberation Organization,” in Ami Ayalon (ed.), MECS, Vol. 13:1989 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1991), pp. 197-230.
8. “The Palestine Liberation Organization,” in Ami Ayalon (ed.), MECS, Vol. 14:1990 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1992), pp. 211-243.
9. First author (with Joseph Kostiner), “The West Bank and Gaza: The PLO and the Intifada,” in Jack Goldstone et. al. (eds.), Revolutions in the Late Twentieth Century (Boulder: Westview Press, 1991), pp. 298-323.
10. “The Palestine Liberation Organization,” in Ami Ayalon (ed.), MECS, Vol. 15:1991 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1993), pp. 209-240.
11. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Ami Ayalon (ed.), MECS, Vol. 16:1992 (Boulder: Westview, 1994), pp. 668-701.
12. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Ami Ayalon (ed.), MECS, Vol. 17:1993 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1995), pp. 575-600.
13. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Ami Ayalon (ed.), MECS, Vol. 18:1994 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1996) pp. 548-601.
14. “The Hajj in Hashemite-Saudi Relations, 1916-1926,” in Asher Susser and Aryeh Shmuelevitz (eds.), The Hashemites in the Modern Arab World: Essays in Honour of the late Professor Uriel Dann (London: Frank Cass, 1995), pp. 65-84.
15. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 19:1995 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), pp. 532-561.
16. “Oman,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 19:1995 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), pp. 518-524.
17. “Bahrain,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 19:1995 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), pp. 238-247.
18. “Qatar,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 19:1995 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), pp. 525-531.
19. “The United Arab Emirates,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 19:1995 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997), pp. 672-679.
20. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 20:1996 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), pp. 580-602.
21. “Oman,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 20:1996 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), pp. 559-569.
22. “Bahrain,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 20:1996 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), pp. 250-259.
23. “Qatar,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 20:1996 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), pp. 570-579.
24. “The United Arab Emirates,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 20:1996 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1998), pp. 758-764.
25. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 21:1997 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999), pp. 609-626.
26. “Bahrain,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 21:1997 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999), pp. 294-300.
27. “Qatar,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 21:1997 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999), pp. 600-608.
28. “The United Arab Emirates,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 21:1997 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999), pp. 758-764.
29. “Oman,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 21:1997 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999), pp. 591-599.
30. Second author (with Joseph Kostiner), “State Formation and the Saudi Monarchy,” in Joseph Kostiner (ed.), Middle East Monarchies: The Challenge of Modernity (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000), pp. 131-149.
31. “Bahrain, Qatar, and the UAE: Tradition in the Service of the Present and the Future,” in Joseph Kostiner (ed.), The Gulf States: Politics, Society, Economy (Tel Aviv: Dayan Center, 2000), pp. 37-48 (in Hebrew).
32. Second author, (with Joseph Kostiner and Uzi Rabi), “Gulf Security: A Local Perspective,” in Joseph Kostiner (ed.), The Gulf States: Politics, Society, Economy (Tel Aviv: Dayan Center, 2000), pp. 103-109 (in Hebrew).
33. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 22:1998 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 521-540.
34. “The United Arab Emirates,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 22:1998 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 652-659.
35. “Bahrain,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 22:1998 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 218-225.
36. “Qatar,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 22:1998 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 511-520.
37. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 23:1999 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 507-523.
38. “The United Arab Emirates,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 23:1999 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 627-636.
39. “Bahrain,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 23:1999 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 192-200.
40. “Qatar,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 23:1999 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 497-506.
41. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 24:2000 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2002), pp. 491-513.
42. “The United Arab Emirates,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 24:2000 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2002), pp. 620-626.
43. “Bahrain,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 24:2000 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 174-181.
44. “Qatar,” in Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (ed.), MECS, Vol. 24:2000 (Boulder: Westview Press, 2001), pp. 483-489.
45. “Usama Bin Ladin: The Saudi Background,” in Esther Webman (ed.), In the Wake of September 11: Islam and the West—Clash or Co-existence (Tel Aviv: Dayan Center, 2002), pp. 43-48 (Hebrew).
46. “The Next Generation of Saudi Ulama: A New Pillar of Support for the Regime?” in Tamar Yegnes (ed.), The Middle East in 2005: Under the Impact of Generational Change (Dayan Center, 2005), pp. 109-15 (Hebrew).
47. “The Next Generation of Saudi Ulama: A New Pillar of Support for the Regime?” The Middle East in 2005: Under the Impact of Generational Change (Dayan Center, 2005), pp. 135-143.
48. “Holding Steady: State Cohesion in Saudi Arabia,” in Tamar Yegnes (ed.) The Cohesion of the Arab State in the Balance (Tel Aviv: Dayan Center, 2006). Hebrew.
49. “Understanding National Cohesion in Saudi Arabia,” in Challenges to the Cohesion of the Arab State (Tel Aviv: Dayan Center, 2006).
50. “Sharif Husayn’s Claim to the Caliphate,” in Michael Winter (ed.), Turkey: The Ottoman Past and the Republican Present (Tel Aviv, Dayan Center 2007). Hebrew.
51. “Keeping It All Together: Present and Future National Cohesion in Saudi Arabia,” in John Auger and William Wimbish, Proteus Futures (Carlisle Barracks, PA: US Army War College, National Intelligence University, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, 2007), pp. 149-160.
52. “Sunnis and Shiites in Saudi Arabia,” in Tamar Yegnes (ed.), Sunna and Shia: Then Changing Balance of Power (Tel Aviv, Dayan Center, 2008), Hebrew, pp. 149-162.

Accepted
1. “Assessing Political Liberalization in the Gulf,” in Joshua Teitelbaum (ed.), Political Liberalization in the Gulf, forthcoming from Columbia University Press in December 2008.
2. “Muhammad bin `Abd al-Wahhab, Wahhabism, and Jihad,” to be published in an anthology on jihad edited by Prof. Joseph Kostiner. Hebrew.
D. OTHER PUBLICATIONS
1. “The Eighteenth Session of the Palestine National Council,” Institute of Jewish Affairs Research Reports, No. 4 (July 1987).
2. “The PLO, 1989-1990,” Encyclopedia Judaica Yearbook, 1991, pp. 379-381.
3. Review of Helen Chapin Metz, Israel: A Country Study, 3rd edition (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1988), in Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, Vol. 26 (July 1992), pp. 93-94.
4. Review of Ira Sharkansky, Ancient and Modern Israel: An Exploration of Political Parallels (Albany: SUNY Press, 1991), in Religious Studies Review, Vol. 18 (October 1992), p. 243.
5. “Why Peace Scares Riyadh,” The Jerusalem Report, November 17, 1994, p. 55.
6. “If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Buy ‘Em,” The Jerusalem Report, November 16, 1995, p. 48.
7. “Husayn ibn `Ali,” The Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1996), pp. 151-152.
8. “Saudi Arabia's Shi`i Opposition: Background and Analysis,” Washington Institute for Near East Policy Policywatch, No. 225, November 14, 1996.
9. “Al-Sayigh's Deportation and a Warming of Saudi-Iranian Relations,” Washington Institute for Near East Policy Policywatch, No. 255, June 17, 1997.
10. “Saudi Arabia Releases Leading Islamists,” Washington Institute for Near East Policy Policywatch, No. 397, July 7, 1999.
11. “Dilemma: The Internet in Saudi Arabia,” Eretz Aheret, December-January 2000-2001, pp. 60-62 (in Hebrew).
12. “September 11 and the Saudi Arabian Connection,” Washington Institute for Near East Policy Policywatch, No. 573, October 12, 2001.
13. “Why Riyadh Stiffs America,” The New Republic, October 22, 2001.
14. “Multiple Leveraging: Washington and Riyadh from September 11 to Crawford, Texas,” Tel Aviv Notes, No. 36, May 7, 2002.
15. Review of Mai Yamani, Changed Identities: The Challenge of the New Generation in Saudi Arabia, Middle Eastern Studies , Vol. 38 (October 2002), pp. 194-200.
16. “Friend or Foe?” Baltimore Sun, September 19, 2003.
17. Review of Dore Gold, Hatred’s Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism, and Robert Baer, Sleeping with the Devil: How Washington Sold Our Soul for Saudi Crude, The Jerusalem Report, December 15, 2003, p. 40.
18. “Between the International Hammer and the Local Anvil: Municipal Elections in

Saudi Arabia,” Tel Aviv Notes, No. 129, March 15, 2005.


19. “Riyadh and Tehran, 2006: Honeymoon on the Rocks,” Tel Aviv Notes, January 1,

2007.
20. “Saudi Arabia,” in Encyclopedia Britannica, 2007.


21. “Saudi Arabia and the United States: Reluctant Bedfellows in a

Strategic Embrace,” Tel Aviv Notes, September 25, 2007.


22. “Saudi Arabia and the US Alliance against Iran,” Tel Aviv Notes, January 27, 2008.
23. “What Iranian Leaders Really Say about Doing away with Israel: A Refutation of the Campaign to Excuse Ahmadinejad’s Incitement to Genocide,” Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, 2008. 22 pages.
24. “A Threat in Any Language,” Hoover Digest, 2009, No. 1, pp. 71-81.

Accepted

Review of Gawdat Bahgat, Israel and the Persian Gulf: Retrospect and Prospect (Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies).


Invited

1. “Sharif `Ali bin al-Husayn,” Encyclopedia of Islam, 3rd edition. (Declined)


2. “Arab Revolt,” Encyclopedia of Islam, 3rd edition. (Declined)
3. “New Trends in Political Liberalization in the Persian Gulf,” Hoover Digest.
4. Review of Pascal Menoret, The Saudi Enigma: A History, Middle Eastern Studies.





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