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James J. Zogby
By James J. Zogby - May 18,2015
The New York Times’ coverage of congressional antics related to the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation has ignored so many critical aspects of the bill that it might be time for the “paper of record” to change its motto from “All the news that&rsq
By James J. Zogby - May 11,2015
I have written before of some of my Palestinian American heroes, including men like Ibrahim Abu-Lughod and Zahi Khouri.
By James J. Zogby - May 04,2015
Our annual Khalil Gibran “Spirit of Humanity” awards dinner serves as a reminder of why we do the work we do. It speaks of the goals we have set for ourselves, the progress we have made, and the challenges we continue to face. Thirty years ago, when we launched the
By James J. Zogby - Apr 27,2015
I expected that I would be attacked for my column on the Armenian genocide. Criticism can be good and, if constructive, can provide a springboard to discussion. Unfortunately, some of the letters I received from Turkish groups were anything but constructive.
By James J. Zogby - Apr 20,2015
Arab leaders cautiously welcomed the P5+1 framework with Iran.
By James J. Zogby - Apr 13,2015
In less than two weeks we will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Armenian Remembrance Day, on April 24, recalls the horrifying events that resulted in the deaths of more than one million Armenians and the forced expulsion and ethnic cleansing of many mo
By James J. Zogby - Apr 06,2015
Delta Airlines is leading an effort to petition the US government to sanction Etihad Airlines, Emirates Airlines and Qatar Air. They charge that these three airlines have received government subsidies and are unfairly competing with US carriers resulting in the loss of jobs for
By James J. Zogby - Mar 30,2015
In 1971, I was in Beirut on a grant from my university to conduct research for my doctoral dissertation on the emergence of Palestinian national consciousness. Since the subjects of my study were the Palestinians in Lebanon’s refugee camps, I set about to visit Ein Al Hilw
By James J. Zogby - Mar 23,2015
In the lead up to Israel’s March 17 elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, fearful that he might lose his re-election bid, threw caution to the wind, making blatant appeals to scare voters into returning him to office. He did so not caring who he alienated or what t
By James J. Zogby - Mar 16,2015
Some of the myths that drive Arab discourse about American behaviour in the Middle East are fascinating for what they say about our relationship with the region. Often profoundly wrong, they are frustratingly persistent. I am writing this on a plane returning from the Middle Ea



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