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The Cold War Exchange, Part 1: Israel and Iran

Dear Dr. Patten, Starting with a specific question about a book like yours – that deals with...
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The Essence of Israel Itself

'The essence of Israel, itself'‎ ‎"In him we see the essence of Israel itself -- an...
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Twenty Years After the Lebanese War

The following is an abstract from a longer Research Policy Proposal: In 1989, with an...

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  • The Cold War Exchange, Part 1: Israel and Iran

    Dr. Howard A. Patten University Middle Eastern Studies Tutor (North West London) Picture Dear Dr. Patten, Starting with a specific question about a book like yours – that deals with so many topics – can be tricky. And I want to leave the larger questions for the last round. So I will begin with what seems to be the most topical discussion in your book: the relations between...
  • The Essence of Israel Itself

    Dr. Howard A. Patten University Middle Eastern Studies Tutor (North West London) Picture 'The essence of Israel, itself'‎ ‎"In him we see the essence of Israel itself -- an indomitable spirit that will not be denied."‎ - U.S. President Barack Obama, on presentation of the Medal of Freedom to former President Shimon Peres, 2012‎ An Israeli friend of mine tells of a time when...
  • Twenty Years After the Lebanese War

    University Middle Eastern Studies Tutor (South East London) Picture The following is an abstract from a longer Research Policy Proposal: In 1989, with an intervention supported by the Arab League, Lebanon’s 15-year long Civil War was finally put to an end. But more than 20 years on, the political crisis is far from resolved. I begin in this paper by outlining...