A great deal of attention has recently been lavished on Iran’s nuclear ambition. Framed in terms familiar to those hardened hawks of a bygone Cold War, the drums of war in Southwest Asia have revived talk of that old “sum of all fears.”Read More
About the Author
Reid Smith has worked as a research associate specializing on U.S. policy in the Middle East and as a political speechwriter. A doctoral student and graduate associate with the University of Delaware's Department of Political Science and International Relations, he currently writes the Foreign Policy Association. At present, he lives and works in Bethlehem, Palestinian National Authority, as a Lucius Battle Peace Fellow with the Middle East Fellowship.
Sometime over the past thirty years, the United States’ relationship with Egypt went toxic. Committed? Absolutely. But a healthy fear of the unknown kept our government from leaving a long-troubled marriage of convenience. Now,...Read More