JOURNALISM

(2017). How Netanyahu Beat Obama. Politico
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(2014). Renewed Israeli Turkish Ties in the New Middle East. The Jerusalem Post
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(2014). Portugal's Golden Mystery. Wall Street Journal
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(2014). Northern Ireland is still a tinder box. National Post, Canada
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(2014). No Chance for Peace in the Middle East. National Post, Canada
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(2011). There May Be Trouble Ahead in Northern Ireland. Wall Street Journal
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(2011). Being Bashar Assad. Wall Street Journal
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(2011). Portugal's PM cancels Christmas. Wall Street Journal
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(2011). Waiting for Salazar. Wall Street Journal.
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2011). Portugal's Golden Dilemma. Wall Street Journal.
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(2004). Zigzag as Strategy. Jerusalem Post.
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(2004). What Odds Sharon and Arafat. National Post

(2003). Arafat Moves to Fill the Void in the Arab World. National Post.

(2003). How a Middle East Deal Might Take Shape. National Post.

(2003). Farewell to Arms. Jerusalem Post.
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(2003). Jews Are the Victims. Abbas Is the Target. National Post.

(2003). It’s Time to Tell the World about the other 1948 Refugees. Jerusalem Post.
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(2003). Peres Mideast Vision Is Resurrected. National Post.

(2003). Sharon is Still the Best Choice. National Post.

(2003). Hebron: The Heart of the Problem. Jerusalem Post.
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(2003). So Who Are These Israeli Settlers. National Post.

(2003). Why Turkey and Why Now? Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). A Time for Historic Decision-making. Jerusalem Post.

(2002). A Visit to Bethlehem. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). A Way to Reassure the Israeli Public. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Abdullah’s Empty Gesture. National Post.

(2002). Admit It: Israeli Cities Have Become War Zones. National Post.

(2002). After Iraq, More Problems. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). After the Rogues. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Arab States Have Only Themselves to Blame. National Post.

(2002). Arafat Needs Hamas. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Arafat Seeks Triumph As a Myth. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Arafat’s Fiction is Still a Western Best-Seller. National Post.

(2002). As Election Looms, So Does the Threat of War. National Post.

(2002). Bibi Versus Arik in the Likud. National Post.

(2002). Blair and Israel: The Reality. Jerusalem Post.

(2002). Bullies and Blarney. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Can Pariah States Change Their Spots? National Post.

(2002). Change and Continuity in the Middle East. Jerusalem Post.

(2002). Death of the Two-State Solution. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Dialogue with Arafat Odious but Necessary. National Post.

(2002). Don’t Give Arafat an Exit Strategy. National Post.

(2002). Don’t Isolate Israel, Use It, Washington Times.
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(2002). Free killers Bring No Peace. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Hamas on the Horizon. Jerusalem Post.

(2002). How to Beat the Terror Bullies. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). In an Election, Hamas Could Come Up the Middle. National Post.

(2002). Is Arafat Successor Surfacing? Chicago Sun-Times.

(2002). Is Israel Backing Barghouti? United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Israel Gets Its Dream Ticket. National Post.

(2002). Israel Must Learn from History, Chicago Sun-Times.

(2002). Israel Needs to Shift Terms of Conflict. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Israel Should Say No. Jerusalem Post.

(2002). Israel’s Labor Out in the Cold. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Israel’s Labour Party Still Not Trusted. National Post.

(2002). Israel’s New Strategies in War with Hamas. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Israel’s Role in Toppling Saddam. National Post.

(2002). Lessons of Oslo Accords. National Post.

(2002). Look to the Future Palestinian Leadership. National Post.

(2002). Mideast End Game Not in Sight. National Post.

(2002). Oslo’s Lessons. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Palestinian State Will Add to Chaos. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Peace Proposals and Other Tactical Ploys. National Post.

(2002). Political Reform First - Then Peace. National Post.

(2002). Radicals of Hamas Are Waiting in the Wings. Chicago Sun-Times.

(2002). Revive the Jordan Option. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Saudi Arabia’s Simplistic Peace Plan Likely to Spur Violence. Middle East Times.

(2002). A Time for Historic Decision Making. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Sharon Wins Leadership Battle. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Should We Teach Palestinians To Shoot Straight? National Post.

(2002). Tactical Transformations. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Talk Can Be Worse Than Cheap. National Post.

(2002). Terms for Keeping Arafat. National Post.

(2002). The Palestinian Heir Apparent. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). The Unlikely Palestinian Civil War. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). There’s No Reforming the Palestinian Authority. Chicago Sun-Times.

(2002). This War is No Intifada. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). Let Arafat Topple his own House of Cards. Jerusalem Post.

(2002). Three Languages, Three Mideast Wars. National Post.

(2002). Trends After Bush Speech. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). War and Peace in the Middle East. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2002). What Can Be Done About the Arafat Problem. Chicago Sun-Times.

(2002). Why Tony Blair is Only a Fair-Weather Friend of Israel. The Scotsman.

(2002). Nutty Professors: A Worrying Time for the Academic Study of Israel. Jerusalem Post.
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(2002). Why War Won’t Work for Israel. United Press International syndicated (UPI).

(2001). Allow the PLO and Arafat to Go Under. National Post.

(2001). Another Forum for Arab Bashing. National Post.

(2001). Arafat and Sharon Too Insecure for Peace. National Post.

(2001). Arafat Unmasked. National Post.

(2001). Arafat up Against the Iron Wall. National Post.

(2001). Scholarship or Propaganda: The Arab-Israeli Conflict. Middle Eastern Studies (issue 37)

(2001). Works on Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Middle East Studies (issue 37)

(2001). Beating Palestinian Swords into Fence Posts. National Post

(2001). Before Peace Democracy. National Post

(2001). Bush Can't Fight Terror by Appeasing Arafat. National Post

(2001). Don't Pay with Israeli Currency. National Post

(2001). Hamas Ceasefire is Only Tactical. National Post

(2001). Hamas Hates America Too. United Press International

(2001). Israel Backs Palestinian Doves. National Post

(2001). Israel Comes Full Circle. National Post

(2001). Israel Has Let Down Its Guard. National Post

(2001). Israel Strikes Back. National Post

(2001). Israel Turns its Attention to Plan B. National Post

(2001). Israel under Sharon. National Post

(2001). Jerusalem the Heart of the Matter. National Post

(2001). Landslide Buries Barak's Promises. National Post

(2001). Making a Fragile Ceasefire Permanent. National Post

(2001). Middle East Quagmire May Draw in Moderates. National Post

(2001). New Levels of Terrorism. Montreal Gazette

(2001). Now We'll See Who Controls the Palestinians. National Post

(2001). Partition the Only Way to Defuse Israel's Demographic Time Bomb. National Post

(2001). Peacekeepers Don't Belong in Israel. National Post

(2001). Revolutionary Goals-Conservative Strategies. National Post

(2001). Sometimes Fighting is the Only Answer. National Post

(2001). Spilling Fire on the Oils of Gaza. National Post

(2001). Strategic Dogma: Tactical Flexibility. United Press International

(2001). Terrorism and Arafatism. National Post

(2001). Terrorism Hits Home. National Post

(2001). The Arab Strategy to Isolate Israel. National Post

(2001). The Message to Sharon to form Ze'evi's killers. National Post

(2001). The Road to War. National Post

(2001). The Settlement Issue is a Red Herring. National Post

(2001). U.S. Middle East Policy Stuck in Oslo Mode. National Post

(2001). Zionism Equals Racism? National Post

(2000). A War Weary Israel Leaves Lebanon. National Post

(2000). After Eighteen Years, Israel is leaving Lebanon. National Post

(2000). Crunch Time Nears in Middle East Talks. National Post

(2000). New Wine into Old Bottles: Literature on Israel in 2000. Middle Eastern Studies (issue 36)

(2000). The Netanyahu Era: from Crisis to Crisis, 1996-1999. Israel Affairs (issue 6)

(2000). Israel's Other Election Issues. National Post

(2000). On the Edge of the Abyss (Again) National Post

(2000). Palestinians Aren't Ready for Statehood. National Post

(2000). Referendum on Golan Heights is a Minefield. National Post

(2000). Talks Hold the Key to Lebanon. National Post

(2000). The Only Solution Now is Separation. National Post

(2000). The Process Counts not the Summit. National Post

(2000). Waiting for Netanyahu. National Post

(1999). What Did Israel’s Elections Decide. Middle East Quarterly

(1999). Netanyahu Deciphered. Middle East Quarterly

(1999). Israel-Turkey: Deepening ties and Strategic Implications. Israel Affairs (issue 5)

Journal articles

(2011). British Arms Sales to Israel: Exercising the Foreign Office veto, 1950-56. Israel Affairs.

(2010). The British Foreign Office & Israel: At a Crossroads in 1976. Middle East Studies

(2010). Debunking the Myths: Margaret Thatcher, the Foreign Office and Israel 1979-1900. Diplomacy & Statecraft

(2008). Lion in the Sand: British Policy in the Middle East, 1945-67. (Review Article). Middle Eastern Studies

(2007). No Longer Dominant, Playing for Second: The Israeli Labour Party in the 2006 Election. Israel Affairs (issue 13)

(2007). The Politics and Economics of Israeli Disengagement 1994-2005. Middle Eastern Studies

(2006). The Soviet Aliyah and the Middle East Peace Process, 1989-2005. East European Jewish Affairs (issue 36)

(2006). Learning the Lessons: Peacemaking in Israel and Northern Ireland. Israel Affairs 12(2), 234-252. ISSN: 1353-7121

(2005). Israel's Soviet Immigrants. British Academy Review 8, 4-7

(2003). Creating a Palestinian State Would Not Resolve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. in Ojeda,A. (ed.) The Middle East: Modern Controversies. Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, 129-132. ISBN: 0-7377-1584-7

(2003). The Historian Versus the Political Scientist: The Arab-Israeli Conflict in 2003. Middle Eastern Studies (issue 40)

(2001). Works on Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Middle East Studies 37(4), 219-237

(2001). The Netanyahu Era: From Crisis to Crisis. Karsh,E. (ed.) Israel: The First Hundred Years: Volume Two From War to Peace. London and Portland: Frank Cass, 221-237

(2000). New Wine into Old Bottles: Literature on Israel in 2000. Middle Eastern Studies 36(3), 209-230. ISSN: 0026-3206

(2000). The Netanyahu Era: from Crisis to Crisis, 1996-1999. Israel the First Hundred Years: Volume II from War to Peace?. London: Frank Cass, 221-237

(2000). The Netanyahu Era: from Crisis to Crisis, 1996-1999. Israel Affairs 6(3 & 4),

(1999). Israel-Turkey: Deepening ties and Strategic Implications. Israel Affairs

(1999). Understanding Netanyahu. Middle East Quarterly

(1999). What did Israel's Elections Decide? Middle East Quarterly

(1998). Israel's Political Houdini. The World Today, 54, 125-128. ISSN: 0043-9134

(1997). Blocking Bibi's Bid for Power. The World Today, 53, 154-157. ISSN: 0043-9134

(2014). World Powers: Diplomatic Alliances and International Relations beyond the Middle East. Shindler,C. (ed.) London and New York. IB Tauris. ISBN: 978-1-84885-780-3