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Amir Taheri

Amir Taheri was born in Iran and educated in Tehran, London and Paris.

From 1984 to 1987 he was editor-in-chief of Jeune Afrique, the French weekly specialising in Africa.

Between 1980 and 1984 he was Middle East editor for the London Sunday Times. He also wrote for the daily Times and contributed to The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and the Daily Mail among other leading British publications.

Between 1972 and 1979 he was executive editor-in-chief of Kayhan, Iran's main daily newspaper.

He has been a columnist for the pan-Arab daily Asharq Alawsat and its sister daily Arab News since 1987.

Taheri has been a contributor to the International Herald Tribune since 1980. He has also written for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Newsday, and The Washington Post.

Between 1989 and 1995 Taheri was editorial writer for the German daily Die Welt. He has also written for other publications including Der Spiegel, Die Zeit and Frankfurter Algemeine Zeitung in Germany, La Repubblica in Italy, L'Express, Politique Internationale and Le Nouvel Observateur in France, and El Mundo in Spain.

Currently he is a contributor to the German weekly Focus.

Taheri has published nine books some of which have been translated into 20 languages.

In 1988 Publishers' Weekly in New York chose his study of Islamist terrorism, "Holy Terror", as one of The Best Books of The Year. Another of his books "The Cauldron: The Middle East Behind The Headlines" has been used as a textbook in various colleges in Britain and Canada.

Taheri was member of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for International Political and Economic Studies (IIPES) from 1975 to 1980 and member of the Executive Board of the International Press Institute (IPI) from 1984 to 1992.

He is winner of several journalistic prizes.

Taheri is a commentator for CNN and is frequently interviewed by other media including the BBC and the RFI. He has written several TV documentaries dealing with various issues of the Muslim world.

He has interviewed many world leaders including Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and Clinton, King Faisal, Mikhail Gorbachev, President Sadat, Chou En-lai, Indira Gandhi, Chancellor Helmut Kohl etc.

Recent articles by Amir Taheri

IRAN'S WINNING LATIN POWER PLAYNew York PostMay 1, 2008
WHY DOES AHMADINEJAD WANT RUSSIAN TROOPS IN IRAN?Asharq AlawsatApril 25, 2008
THE IRAQ THEY WON'T TALK ABOUTNew York PostApril 23, 2008
YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW: THE WRONG DEBATE ON IRAQAsharq AlawsatApril 20, 2008
ITALY'S CONSERVATIVE COMEBACKNew York PostApril 18, 2008
MURDER'S MESS FOR MUQTADANew York PostApril 15, 2008
THE IRANIAN MODEL, MEXICO AND KANGAROOAsharq AlawsatApril 4, 2008
THE BASRA BATTLE: SIGNS OF IRANNew York PostMarch 31, 2008
BLOOD BROTHERSNew York PostMarch 30, 2008
THE SUNNI-SHIITE TERROR NETWORKWall Street JournalMarch 29, 2008
UNCONDITIONAL TALKS WITH IRAN COULD LEAD TO WARAsharq AlawsatMarch 21, 2008
IRAN'S MILITARY MOVES UPNew York PostMarch 19, 2008
IRAN'S FEAR - IRAQ'S CHANCENew York PostMarch 11, 2008
OBAMA'S REAL MIDEAST PROBLEMNew York PostMarch 5, 2008
RUSSIA: BACK TO THE FUTUREAsharq AlawsatFebruary 29, 2008
A BULLY GOES TO BAGHDADNew York PostFebruary 28, 2008
AHMADINEJAD'S MESSAGE TO IRAQISGulf NewsFebruary 27, 2008
PAKISTAN: LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNELAsharq AlawsatFebruary 22, 2008
ISLAM AT THE BALLOT BOXWSJFebruary 21, 2008
KOSOVO HAS TAKEN A HISTORIC STEPGulf NewsFebruary 20, 2008
PAKISTAN VOTES - TERROR LOSESNew York PostFebruary 20, 2008
THE 'INFIDEL RETREAT'New York PostFebruary 18, 2008
PAKISTAN: FAIR ELECTIONS OR BUSTNew York PostFebruary 13, 2008
THE AMERICAN ELECTION: A SEASON OF SURPRISESAsharq AlawsatFebruary 8, 2008
LEBANON'S FATEFUL SHOWDOWNNew York PostFebruary 8, 2008
TERRORISM IS A GLOBAL CANCERGulf NewsFebruary 6, 2008
TERROR: ARAB STATES WAKE UPNew York PostFebruary 5, 2008
THE 'MANCHURIAN MULLAH'New York PostFebruary 1, 2008
IRAN WILL HAVE A BIASED ELECTIONGulf NewsJanuary 29, 2008
IRAN'S NEW PURGENew York PostJanuary 26, 2008
PRELUDE TO WARAsharq AlawsatJanuary 25, 2008
CRAFTY 'KOZY'S MIDEAST METHODNew York PostJanuary 24, 2008
THE 100-DOLLAR BARRELAsharq AlawsatJanuary 18, 2008
IRAQ: RECONCILING WITH THE BA'ATHNew York PostJanuary 16, 2008
A STEP TOWARDS RECONCILIATIONGulf NewsJanuary 16, 2008
THE DAY THE AMERICANS SUNK KHOMEINI'S NAVYAsharq AlawsatJanuary 11, 2008
BUSH'S VISIT SHOULD BE USED TO FORM A NEW ALLIANCEGulf NewsJanuary 9, 2008
DUBYA'S REAL MIDEAST AGENDANew York PostJanuary 8, 2008
THE DUEL IN ISLAMNew York PostJanuary 4, 2008
NO, PAKISTAN IS NOT FALLING APARTAsharq AlawsatJanuary 4, 2008
NO, THINGS AREN'T FALLING APARTNew York PostJanuary 2, 2008
DEFYING FATE WAS POINTLESSTimes OnlineDecember 29, 2007
THE BHUTTO ASSASSINATION: DEMOCRACY MUST GO ONNew York PostDecember 28, 2007
PAKISTAN'S FATEFUL ELECTIONNew York PostDecember 25, 2007
A GAME OF MUSICAL CHAIRS IN RUSSIAAsharq AlawsatDecember 21, 2007
THEY WANT A STATE, NOT AIDGulf NewsDecember 18, 2007
APPEASEMENT YESTERDAY AND APPEASEMENTAsharq AlawsatDecember 14, 2007
A COCKTAIL OF AMBIGUITYGulf NewsDecember 12, 2007
ROUGH ESTIMATENew York PostDecember 8, 2007
ISLAMIST THREAT IS EXAGGERATEDGulf NewsDecember 5, 2007
PAKISTAN: THE WAY OUT OF AN IMPASSEAsharq AlawsatNovember 30, 2007
CITIZEN MUSHARRAFNew York PostNovember 29, 2007
AFGHANISTAN: WHAT IS REQUIREDAsharq AlawsatNovember 16, 2007
WHO ARE IRAN'S REVOLUTIONARY GUARDS?Wall Street JournalNovember 15, 2007
HAGGLING OVER AN UNWOVEN CARPETAsharq AlawsatNovember 9, 2007
MAD MULLAHS PUZZLED PUTINNew York PostNovember 9, 2007
MUSHARRAF'S COUP: WHAT TO DONew York PostNovember 7, 2007
FOR HOW LONG WILL OIL RESERVES LAST?Gulf NewsNovember 6, 2007
FOR HOW LONG WILL OIL RESERVES LAST?Gulf NewsNovember 6, 2007
HOW TO COUNTER KURDISH REBELSGulf NewsOctober 31, 2007
IRAQ AND ITS NEIGHBORS: A NEW APPROACH TAKES SHAPEAsharq AlawsatOctober 26, 2007
AHMADINEJAD: THE WINNERAsharq AlawsatOctober 19, 2007
'CHE LIKE CHAMRAN' IS A PARADOXGulf NewsOctober 17, 2007
TEHRAN'S PRICE FOR 'SOLIDARITY'New York PostOctober 12, 2007
QAEDA ON THE RUNNew York PostOctober 8, 2007
TO INTERVENE OR NOT TO IS THE ISSUEGulf NewsOctober 2, 2007
AMERICA'S DIPLOMATIC FIG LEAFAsharq AlawsatSeptember 28, 2007
TALIBAN SUFFER SETBACK IN HELMANDGulf NewsSeptember 25, 2007
A NEW FRENCH FOREIGN POLICY TAKES SHAPEAsharq AlawsatSeptember 21, 2007
DON'T SELL OUT LEBANON'S HOPESNew York PostSeptember 19, 2007
DEFEAT MADE IN WASHINGTONAsharq AlawsatSeptember 14, 2007
THE ENEMY'S LOSINGNew York PostSeptember 14, 2007
KURDISH REVOLT MAKES IRAN UNEASYGulf NewsSeptember 12, 2007
IRAN: MUSCLE POWER VS. BRAIN POWERAsharq AlawsatSeptember 7, 2007
IRAN'S COVERT PLAN IN LEBANONGulf NewsSeptember 5, 2007
THE REVOLT OF ARAB-IRANIANSArab NewsSeptember 1, 2007
THE ODD GUARDNew York PostAugust 29, 2007
TO LABEL ENTIRE GUARDS AS 'TERRORIST' IS WRONGGulf NewsAugust 27, 2007
IRAN'S REVOLUTIONARY GUARD: MONOLITH OR JIGSAW?Asharq AlawsatAugust 24, 2007
SARKOZY 'CORRECTS' CHIRAC'S ERRORSGulf NewsAugust 21, 2007
IRAQ: SIGNS OF A NEW HORIZONAsharq AlawsatAugust 17, 2007
IRAN BLACKS OUT DAY OF PROTESTNew York PostAugust 14, 2007
DOMESTIC TERROR IN IRANWall Street JournalAugust 6, 2007
INTRIGUES OF IRAQNew York PostAugust 6, 2007
SAVING THE IRAQI SITUATIONArab NewsAugust 4, 2007
IRANIAN WORKERS ARE ON THE MARCHGulf NewsAugust 1, 2007
A SPECTER IS HAUNTING IRANNew York PostAugust 1, 2007
WHEN PEOPLE REFUSE TO BE TERRORIZEDAsharq AlawsatJuly 27, 2007
A VOTE FOR DEMOCRACY IN TURKEYGulf NewsJuly 25, 2007
IRAN: THE CONSPIRACY THAT WASN'TNew York PostJuly 20, 2007
PUTTING UP THE FAMILY JEWELS FOR SALEAsharq AlawsatJuly 20, 2007
IRAN IS TRYING TO EXPLIT SYRIAGulf NewsJuly 17, 2007
CALLS FOR ENDING THE WAR CAN PROLONG ITAsharq AlawsatJuly 13, 2007
IRAN ABDUCTS UNION MANNew York PostJuly 12, 2007
ANOTHER CONFLICT IN THE OFFING?Gulf NewsJuly 11, 2007
HOBSON'S CHOICE IN TURKEYAsharq AlawsatJuly 6, 2007
CHAVEZ VS. IRAN'S WORKING MANNew York PostJuly 6, 2007
'ISLAMOPHOBIA' IDIOCYNew York PostJuly 3, 2007
HOW THE MIDDLE EAST IMPOSED ITSELF ON SARKOZYAsharq AlawsatJune 29, 2007
WORKERS OF IRAN UNITE UNDER A NEW LEADERGulf NewsJune 27, 2007
UNION HERONew York PostJune 27, 2007
IRANIAN AND CASPIAN MEETArab NewsJune 23, 2007
IRAQ: MILITARY DYNAMISM AND POLITICAL LETHARGYAsharq AlawsatJune 22, 2007
THE REAL CAUSE OF GAZA BATTLEGulf NewsJune 20, 2007
GAZA: TEHRAN'S GREATER GAMENew York PostJune 20, 2007
GAZA: UNDERLYING CAUSESArab NewsJune 16, 2007
GAZA: UNDERLYING CAUSESArab NewsJune 16, 2007
HOPELESS IN GAZANew York PostJune 16, 2007
HAMAS-LAND AND FATAH-LAND AT WARThe TimesJune 16, 2007
PAKISTAN AT THE CROSSROADS: WHICH WAY WILL MUSHARRAF TURN?Asharq AlawsatJune 15, 2007
IRAN RESORTS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFAREGulf TimesJune 13, 2007
IRAN: GENERALS WHO FEAR A FIGHTNew York PostJune 12, 2007
SARKOZY'S HUGE GAMBLEArab NewsJune 9, 2007
FORGET THE 1967 WAR! THINK OF THIS SUMMER'S WARAsharq AlawsatJune 8, 2007
A NEW COLD WAR IN THE OFFING?Gulf NewsJune 6, 2007
HOW THE U.S. COULD LEAVE IRAQNew York PostMay 31, 2007
FROM KUNDUZ TO GAZA: WHO IS STIRRING TROUBLE AND WHY?Asharq AlawsatMay 25, 2007
LEBANON IS ON THE BRINKGulf NewsMay 23, 2007
TEHRAN'S TARGETSNew York PostMay 23, 2007
SYRIA'S DECEPTIONNew York PostMay 20, 2007
HOW AHMADINEJAD IS TAKING THE AMERICANS FOR A RIDEAsharq AlawsatMay 18, 2007
WHAT IS SARKOZY'S FOREIGN POLICY?Gulf NewsMay 16, 2007
PREPARING FOR WAR AND HEADING TOWARDS AN ECONOMIC CRISISAsharq AlawsatMay 11, 2007
ANOTHER BUSH MAN IN EUROPEGulf NewsMay 9, 2007
IRAN'S ECONOMIC CRISISWall Street JournalMay 9, 2007
IN FRANCE, DUBYA WON AGAINNew York PostMay 8, 2007
FRANCE SAYS GOODBYE TO MAY 1968Asharq AlawsatMay 4, 2007
TURKEY'S CREEPING COUP D'ETATNew York PostMay 3, 2007
A VOTE FOR A CHANGEGulf NewsMay 2, 2007
CRUSHING LABORNew York PostApril 29, 2007
DESPERATELY SEEKING DEFEAT IN IRAQAsharq AlawsatApril 27, 2007
IRAQ: WHO'S WINNING, HARRY?New York PostApril 26, 2007
SYRIAN OPPOSITION GOT IT WRONGGulf NewsApril 25, 2007
BOOK REVIEW: AMERICAN ISLAM: THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SOUL OF A RELIGIONAsharq AlawsatApril 25, 2007
WHEN THE ENEMY OF YOUR ENEMY IS NOT YOUR FRIENDAsharq AlawsatApril 20, 2007
A HISTORY LESSON STILL UNLEARNEDGulf NewsApril 18, 2007
NOURI NIXING TEHRAN'S TYRANTSNew York PostApril 16, 2007
YOU CAN'T APPEASE THEMArab NewsApril 14, 2007
TALIBAN THREAT LOOMS IN PAKISTANGulf NewsApril 11, 2007
MUSHARRAF AT THE CROSSROADSNew York PostApril 11, 2007
WHAT PELOSI STANDS FORArab NewsApril 7, 2007
HATING AMERICA, LOVING NANCYNew York PostApril 6, 2007
HERE'S A WAY TO DEAL WITH THE SCORPIONTime OnlineApril 6, 2007
IRAN'S CRACKDOWNNew York PostApril 5, 2007
BETRAYEDNew York PostApril 1, 2007
LEFT NO LONGER ANTI-USArab NewsMarch 31, 2007
ARE IRANIANS ANTI-ARAB?Asharq AlawsatMarch 30, 2007
HOSTAGE GAMBITNew York PostMarch 27, 2007
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE RIYADH MEETGulf NewsMarch 27, 2007
EGYPT'S MIXED REFORM BAGNew York PostMarch 26, 2007
ON EGYPT'S REFERENDUMArab NewsMarch 24, 2007
IRAN, THE MULLAHS AND THE "TALK TO AMERICA" CURSEAsharq AlawsatMarch 23, 2007
PRESERVE THE IRAQ VICTORY FROM FORCES OF DARKNESSGulf NewsMarch 21, 2007
IRAQ YEAR 4: PRESERVING VICTORYNew York PostMarch 19, 2007
IRAN TO U.N.: DROP DEADNew York PostMarch 18, 2007
CONFIDENCE OR PEACE? ALL EYES ON THE SAUDI PLANAsharq AlawsatMarch 16, 2007
IS BIN LADEN DEAD OR ALIVE?Gulf NewsMarch 14, 2007
WHY KARZAI SHOULD GO AHEAD WITH AMNESTY PLANArab NewsMarch 10, 2007
IRAN: 'BIG FISH' GONE MISSINGNew York PostMarch 9, 2007
WHEN A POWER FADES, ANOTHERH RISESAsharq AlawsatMarch 9, 2007
GLIMMER OF HOPE FOR BAGHDADGulf NewsMarch 7, 2007
THE RIGHT GENERAL FOR BAGHDADNew York PostMarch 7, 2007
PARLEY'S NO SELLOUTNew York PostMarch 5, 2007
IRAN AND BAGHDAD CONFERENCEArab NewsMarch 3, 2007
IRAN: THE RADICAL WINS AGAINNew York PostFebruary 28, 2007
AHMADINEJAD IS FIRM IN THE SADDLEGulf NewsFebruary 28, 2007
IS ISRAEL THE PROBLEM?CommentaryFebruary 28, 2007
IRAQ: IMPLICATIONS OF BRITISH WITHDRAWALArab NewsFebruary 24, 2007
AHMADINEJAD AND RUSSIAN ROULETTEAsharq AlawsatFebruary 23, 2007
JUDGING BRITAIN'S PULLOUT PLANNew York PostFebruary 23, 2007
THERE ARE TWO VISIONS FOR THE MIDDLE EASTGulf NewsFebruary 21, 2007
IRAN: US HAS MANY OPTIONSArab NewsFebruary 17, 2007
PAKISTAN: THE CONTRADICTION OF MUSHARRAF'S STRATEGYAsharq AlawsatFebruary 16, 2007
TERROR TURNABOUT: IRAN ATTACKEDNew York PostFebruary 15, 2007
A BLOC TO STABILISE MIDDLE EASTGulf NewsFebruary 14, 2007
GEN. PETRAEUS' REAL PROBLEMNew York PostFebruary 9, 2007
HOW TO TAME THE TALIBANGulf NewsFebruary 7, 2007
IRAN: IF KHAMENEI LEAVES THE STAGEArab NewsFebruary 3, 2007
IRAQ: A RELIGIOUS WAR - NOTNew York PostFebruary 2, 2007
BETWEEN STATE AND REVOLUTIONWall Street JournalFebruary 2, 2007
IS IRAN PREPARING TO RETREAT FROM CONFRONTATION?Gulf NewsJanuary 30, 2007
LEBANON'S FATEFUL SHOWDOWNNew York PostJanuary 28, 2007
WHAT NEXT IN LEBANON?Arab NewsJanuary 27, 2007
THE RETURN OF SADDAM HUSSEINAsharq AlawsatJanuary 26, 2007
IRAN'S PLANS: STICKS & CARROTSNew York PostJanuary 24, 2007
A MAN WHO DOES NOT LEARN FROM EXPERIENCEAsharq AlawsatJanuary 19, 2007
IRAN'S BLAME BATTLENew York PostJanuary 19, 2007
AHMADINEJAD'S AGENDABenador AssociatesJanuary 17, 2007
HOW IRAQIS SEE W'S NEW PLANNew York PostJanuary 12, 2007
SAMSONITES AND SAMSON: TEHRAN'S LIMITED OPTIONSAsharq AlawsatJanuary 12, 2007
FACING IRANNew York PostJanuary 10, 2007
MR. PRESIDENT, HEREWITH MY TEN TIPS TO DEAL WITH IRAQThe TimesJanuary 9, 2007
SEGOLENE ROYAL SHAKES UP FRENCH POLITICSArab NewsJanuary 6, 2007
IN IRAN THE DEBATE IS OVER ESCALATIONAsharq AlawsatJanuary 5, 2007
NATO HAS LITTLE TO OFFER TO GCCGulf NewsDecember 27, 2006
THE BOOM OUTSIDE BAGHDADNew York PostDecember 26, 2006
WILL THE BRITISH STAY IN BASRA UNTIL SECURITY IS ESTABLISHED?Arab NewsDecember 24, 2006
BASRA: CITY ON THE EDGENew York PostDecember 22, 2006
WOUNDED BUT ALIVE: COULD AHMADINEJAD BECOJME MORE DANGEROUS?Asharq AlawsatDecember 22, 2006
A VOTE FOR CHANGE?Gulf NewsDecember 20, 2006
IMPERIALIST IRANNew York PostDecember 17, 2006
NATO HAS LITTLE TO OFFER TO GCC STATESArab NewsDecember 16, 2006
AT BEST USELESS AND AT DANGEROUSGulf NewsDecember 13, 2006
AHMADINEJAD MAY BE HEADING FOR HIS FIRST MAJOR POLITICAL DEFEATArab NewsDecember 11, 2006
AMERICAN ABDICATION AND IRANIAN HUBRISAsharq AlawsatDecember 8, 2006
THERE IS NO CIVIL WAR IN IRAQGulf NewsDecember 6, 2006
A PEACE PLAN WITH VISIONArab NewsDecember 2, 2006
THE GRAND OLD MAN OF IRANIAN PRESS PASSES AWAY IN AMERICABenador AssociatesDecember 1, 2006
IRAQ CIVIL WAR: A NEW TELEVISION PRODUCTIONAsharq AlawsatDecember 1, 2006
LEBANON FACES UNCERTAIN FUTUREGulf NewsNovember 29, 2006
AMERICA DOESN'T CUT AND RUNWall Street JournalNovember 29, 2006
AFTER PIERRE GEMAYEL'S ASSASSINATION: WILL THE SYRIAN ELITE CONTINUE DELUDING THEMSELVES....Benador AssociatesNovember 24, 2006
POSSIBILITIES OF WAR IN THE MIDDLE EASTGulf NewsNovember 22, 2006
REMEMBERING FEREYDOUN HOVEYDAAsharq AlawsatNovember 22, 2006
WAR HAS NO 'ELEGANT SOLUTIONS'New York PostNovember 21, 2006
IRAQ: THE THREE OPTIONSArab NewsNovember 18, 2006
PEACE DOES NOT LIE IN IRANThe Sun Online, LondonNovember 18, 2006
IT'S A WAR, STUPID!Asharq AlawsatNovember 17, 2006
OUR ENEMIES' GLEENew York PostNovember 16, 2006
UNCERTAIN IRAQ POLICY IS THE ISSUEGulf NewsNovember 15, 2006
DOUBLE-EDGED UNCERTAINTYNew York PostNovember 14, 2006
THE THUMPIN' AS SEEN FROM THE MIDDLE EASTJerusalem PostNovember 14, 2006
DON'T EXPECT THE MADRID EFFECTArab NewsNovember 11, 2006
FEREYDOUN HOVEYDA: LEADING IRANIAN WRITER AND THINKER DIES IN THE UNITED STATESBenador AssociatesNovember 9, 2006
HOW IRAN BECAME SYRIA'S MASTERNew York PostNovember 6, 2006
WE MUST STAY AND FINISH THE JOBThe Sun OnlineNovember 6, 2006
GETTING SERIOUS ABOUT IRAN: FOR REGIME CHANGEBenador AssociatesNovember 2006
EU's WOUNDED HORSE IN IRANArab NewsNovember 4, 2006
AMIR TAHERI REVIEWS "STATE OF DENIAL"Asharq AlawsatNovember 3, 2006
BIRDS OF DIFFERENT FEATHERSAsharq AlawsatNovember 3, 2006
THE "IRANIZATION" OF SYRIAJerusalem PostNovember 2, 2006
THE TIDE MAY BE TURNING AGAINST AHMADINEJADGulf NewsNovember 1, 2006
IRAQ & AMERICA'S '06 VOTENew York PostOctober 30, 2006
THE ENEMY FAILSNew York PostOctober 29, 2006
IRAN PLAYING A CLEVER GAMEArab NewsOctober 28, 2006
ANOTHER VIETNAMAsharq AlawsatOctober 27, 2006
NEW IRAQ IS WORKING HARD TO GET RID OF THE OLD WAYSGulf NewsOctober 25, 2006
THE WEST MAY SAVE IRAN'S PREZNew York PostOctober 25, 2006
SCHISM IN IRANNew York PostOctober 22, 2006
ISLAMIC INITIATIVE ON IRAQArab NewsOctober 21, 2006
ISLAMIC INITIATIVE ON IRAQArab NewsOctober 21, 2006
IRAQ: UNITING AGAINST THE JIHADISNew York PostOctober 20, 2006
SIR RICHARD AND THE NEW BRITISH DEFENCE DOCTRINEAsharq AlawsatOctober 19, 2006
SECURITY COUNCIL TO IRAN: GO FOR ITJerusalem PostOctober 19, 2006
RISING POPULARITY OF, AND OPPOSITION TO, BORUJERDIGulf NewsOctober 17, 2006
GEORGIA NEEDS PATIENCEArab NewsOctober 14, 2006
IN IRAN: THE FIGHT IS OVER THE "HIDDEN IMAM"Asharq AlawsatOctober 13, 2006
'PRE-EMPTIVE OBEDIENCE' AT WORKGulf NewsOctober 12, 2006
WAR TALK IN US: THE QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE ASKEDArab NewsOctober 7, 2006
WAR TALK IN WASHINGTON: THE QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE ASKEDAsharq AlawsatOctober 6, 2006
HOW IRAN'S NUKE QUEST BEGANNew York PostOctober 5, 2006
RAFSANJANI REVELATIONSJerusalem PostOctober 5, 2006
THE OPEN SECRET OF RAFSANJANI'S MISSIVESGulf NewsOctober 4, 2006
BREAKING THE IRAN N-IMPASSEArab NewsSeptember 30, 2006
WHO LIES TO WHOM IN DEMOCRATIC AND DESPOTIC SOCIETIES?Asharq AlawsatSeptember 29, 2006
NASRALLAH CASHES IN ON "LIBANITE"Gulf NewsSeptember 27, 2006
ANOTHER BETRAYAL BY FRANCENew York PostSeptember 25, 2006
POPE, TURKEY AND EUROPEAN UNION MEMBERSHIPArab NewsSeptember 23, 2006
THE HOUSE THAT JACQUES UNBUILTBenador AssociatesSeptember 23, 2006
IS AL QAIDA SEEKING HELP FROM OTHERS?Gulf NewsSeptember 20, 2006
IRAN MAY FALL VICTIM TO LAW OF UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCESArab NewsSeptember 16, 2006
A MINI COLD WAR IS STARTING IN THE MIDDLE EASTAsharq AlawsatSeptember 15, 2006
GRASS AND HIS DARK SECRETAsharq AlawsatSeptember 14, 2006
WHERE ARE WE NOW IN THE WAR ON TERROR?Gulf NewsSeptember 13, 2006
LIES THEY LOVED AT HARVARDNew York PostSeptember 13, 2006
9/11: FIVE YEARS ONNew York PostSeptember 11, 2006
AFGHANISTAN: CUT AND RUN IS THE WORST OPTIONBenador AssociatesSeptember 10, 2006
ARE BRITISH MUSLIMS REALLY ANGRY?Asharq AlawsatSeptember 8, 2006
IRAQ WILL BE THE HOT ISSUE IN POLLSGulf NewsSeptember 6, 2006
AMERICA'S MUDDLED IRAQ DEBATENew York PostSeptember 6, 2006
MAKING SENSE OF AHMADINEJADJerusalem PostSeptember 6, 2006
THE AYATOLLAH AND THE ONLY BRIGHT SPOT ON EARTHAsharq AlawsatSeptember 1, 2006
NO BUSH 'MOMENT' IN IRANArab NewsSeptember 1, 2006
THE PROXY WARProspect MagazineSeptember 2006
'TALK TO IRAN'? IT ALWAYS FAILSNew York PostAugust 31, 2006
AMIR TAHERI COMMENTS ON US KHATAMI VISABenador AssociatesAugust 31, 2006
NASRALLAH'S BLUNDERNew York PostAugust 29, 2006
IRAQ AND US-LED COALITION TROOPSArab NewsAugust 26, 2006
WHY WOULD THE BALD MAN FIGHT FOR A COMB?Asharq AlawsatAugust 25, 2006
HEZBOLLAH DIDN'T WINWall Street JournalAugust 25, 2006
REDIFINING THE PALESTINIAN CAUSEGulf NewsAugust 23, 2006
THE PALESTINIANS LOSE (AGAIN)New York PostAugust 23, 2006
LEBANON: PRELUDE TO A BIGGER, LONGER, COSTLIER, AND DEADLIER STRUGGLEArab NewsAugust 19, 2006
LEBANON: THE MYTH OF HEZBOLLAH'S VICTORYAsharq AlawsatAugust 18, 2006
UN FUDGES THE REAL ISSUESGulf NewsAugust 16, 2006
BACK TO SQUARE ONENew York PostAugust 15, 2006
WHEN ELEPHANTS FIGHT...Asharq AlawsatAugust 11, 2006
LEBANON'S HOPES AND FEARSGulf NewsAugust 9, 2006
FOR A REAL LEBANESE PEACENew York PostAugust 7, 2006
TERRORISM IS ROTTING THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION IT CRAVESThe Times, LondonAugust 6, 2006
CEASEFIRE CANNOT BE A SUBSTITUE FOR POLICIESGulf NewsAugust 2, 2006
LEBANON: HOW CAN A CEASEFIRE BE SHAPED?Asharq AlawsatAugust 4, 2006
THIS IS JUST THE START OF A SHOWDOWN BETWEEN THE WEST AND THE RESTThe Times, LondonAugust 2, 2006
THIS IS JUST THE START OF A SHOWDOWN BETWEEN THE WEST AND THE RESTThe Times, LondonAugust 2, 2006
A DIPLOMATIC DUDNew York PostAugust 2, 2006
VICTORY IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDERNew York PostAugust 2, 2006
IRAQI PERSPECTIVES PROJECTAsharq AlawsatAugust 2, 2006
STATE WITHIN A STATE THRIVES IN THE SOUTHThe AustralianJuly 31, 2006
ENERGY SECURITY TOPS THE AGENDAGulf NewsJuly 26, 2006
GOD'S ARMY HAS PLANS TO RUN THE WHOLE MIDDLE EASTThe TimesJuly 23, 2006
IRAN'S CATSPAWNew York PostJuly 23, 2006
G-8: A PARALYSIS OF WILLArab NewsJuly 22, 2006
RUSSIA RETURNS AS A POWER: BUT WHAT WILL SHE DO?Asharq AlawsatJuly 21, 2006
A DUBIOUS 'DISTRACTION'New York PostJuly 18, 2006
THE GIFT OF WARNew York PostJuly 16, 2006
THE REAL MESSAGE OF THE ATTACKS IN BOMBAYBenador AssociatesJuly 16, 2006
IRAQI'S WON'T RUNJerusalem PostJuly 16, 2006
THE OFFSPRING OF AN ILLUSION AT THE G-8 SUMMITAsharq AlawsatJuly 14, 2006
PUTIN TO AMERICA: NO DICENew York PostJuly 14, 2006
MUMBAI BOMB BLASTS SEND CHILLING MESSAGEGulf NewsJuly 14, 2006
SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT IS GAINING MOMENTUMGulf NewsJuly 11, 2006
IRAQ: THE POLITICIAN'S PROGRESSNew York PostJuly 12, 2006
SOLIDARITYNew York PostJuly 9, 2006
ISLAM IN BRITAIN: A YEAR AFTER THE TERRORIST RAIDAsharq AlawsatJuly 7, 2006
MUSLIM MATRYUSHKAWall Street JournalJuly 7, 2006
EXTENDED MISSIONNew York PostJuly 5, 2006
IRAQ NEEDS GLOBAL BACKINGArab NewsJuly 1, 2006
IRAQ: WILL AL-MALIKI'S PEACE PLAN WORK?Asharq AlawsatJune 30, 2006
IRAQ PM'S 100-DAY PLANNew York PostJune 29, 2006
TESTING SYSTEMS IN THE ARAB WORLDGulf NewsJune 28, 2006
BEHIND THE ARABS' FAILURENew York PostJune 26, 2006
'THE GREAT GAME': WHERE DID US STRATEGY GO WRONG?Arab NewsJune 24, 2006
DEMOCRACY RISINGNew York PostJune 23, 2006
IN THE NEW VERSION OF "THE GREAT GAME," A SETBACK FOR WASHINGTONAsharq AlawsatJune 23, 2006
TALKING ABOUT TALKS TO BUY TIMEGulf NewsJune 21, 2006
IRAN: THE WORLD PUNTSNew York PostJune 20, 2006
IRAN: NO G-8 HELP FOR USArab NewsJune 17, 2006
WHAT BULLETS CANNOT WIN BALLOTS CANAsharq AlawsatJune 16, 2006
PUSHING FOR ARMAGEDDONNew York PostJune 16, 2006
IRAQ: PLANNING FOR AN AMERICAN WITHDRAWALAsharq AlawsatJune 9, 2006
WILL THE RICE GAMBIT WORK IN IRAN?Gulf NewsJune 7, 2006
RELIGIOUS FANATIC AT A PERSIAN BAZAARBenador AssociatesJune 4, 2006
TWO KINDS OF DICTATORSHIP AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEMAsharq AlawsatJune 2, 2006
THE REAL IRAQBenador AssociatesMay 31, 2006
IRAN: RESTIVE PROVINCESArab NewsMay 27, 2006
THE MESSAGE THAT IRAN NEEDS TO HEARAsharq AlawsatMay 26, 2006
TOUGH GOING FOR NEW IRAQI CABINETGulf NewsMay 24, 2006
I STAND BY MY COLUMNNew York PostMay 23, 2006
IRAQ'S NEW GOV'TNew York PostMay 22, 2006
PRESS RELEASE: AMIR TAHERI ADDRESSES QUERIES ABOUT DRESS CODE STORYBenador AssociatesMay 22, 2006
FRENCH APPROACH TO ISLAMArab NewsMay 20, 2006
IRAN OKS 'NAZI' SOCIAL FABRICNew York PostMay 20, 2006
ERDOGAN'S STRATEGY IN LEADING THE JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT PARTYAsharq AlawsatMay 19, 2006
A COLOUR CODE FOR IRAN'S 'INFIDELS'National PostMay 19, 2006
THERE'S BEEN A WAR ALL ALONGGulf NewsMay 17, 2006
IRAN'S (COSTLY) WAR ON AMERICANew York PostMay 16, 2006
THE SYSTEM CREATED BY KHOMEINI FACING NEW CHALLENGESArab NewsMay 14, 2006
READING BETWEEN THE LINESJerusalem PostMay 13, 2006
WHY THE WORLD SHOULD TAKE AHMADINEJAD SERIOUSLYAsharq AlawsatMay 12, 2006
ABOUT THAT LETTERNew York PostMay 11, 2006
IRAN'S NUKES:NEIGHBORS NERVOUSNew York PostMay 10, 2006
THE PERILS OF ENGAGEMENTWall Street JournalMay 9, 2006
THE IRANIAN JEKYLL AND HYDE THREAT CONFUSES THE WORLDBenador AssociatesMay 5, 2006
GOD'S POLITICS: WHY THE AMERICAN RIGHT GETS IT WRONG AND THE LEFT DOESN'T GET ITAsharq AlawsatApril 30, 2006
AL-MALIKI: TASKS AHEADArab NewsApril 29, 2006
FROM THE AKHUND OF SWAT TO THE CAVEMAN OF WAZIRISTANAsharq al-AwsatApril 28, 2006
IRAQ'S (RELUCTANT) NEW LEADERNew York PostApril 24, 2006
MIDEAST'S UNDECLARED WARArab NewsApril 22, 2006
IRAN: TACTICAL SUCCESS COULD LEAD TO STRATEGIC DISASTERAsharq al-AwsatApril 21, 2006
DITHERING WON'T STOP IRAN'S NUKESNew York PostApril 18, 2006
THE FRIGHTENING TRUTH OF WHY IRAN WANTS A BOMBTelegraphApril 16, 2006
IRAN MAY CLIMB DOWN OVER N-ISSUE SOONER THAN WEST EXPECTSArab NewsApril 15, 2006
IRAN: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ENRICHMENT BOMBSHELLAsharq al-AwsatApril 14, 2006
IRAN'S NUKES: RUSSIA'S KEYNew York PostApril 13, 2006
READING PUTIN'S MINDThe Jerusalem PostApril 12, 2006
MISUNDERSTANDING IRANArab NewsApril 8, 2006
A SHIITE SPLIT WILL HELP IRAQ's NEW DEMOCRACYAsharq al-AwsatApril 8, 2006
NUKE PLANTS IN A QUAKE ZONENew York PostApril 5, 2006
IRAN'S NUKE SITES SIT ON FAULT LINEGulf NewsApril 5, 2006
ISRAEL MAY IMPOSE A VICTOR'S PEACE ON PALESTINIANSArab NewsApril 1, 2006
THERE IS NO CIVIL WAR IN IRAQ: HERE IS WHYAsharq al-AwsatMarch 31, 2006
THE LAST HELICOPTERWall Street JournalMarch 29, 2006
BUNGLING ON IRANNew York PostMarch 28, 2006
WHY GIVE IRAN A SAY ON IRAQ?Arab NewsMarch 25, 2006
ISRAEL & THE AYATOLLAHSNew York PostMarch 24, 2006
AN UNWISE U.S. OUTREACHNew York PostMarch 21, 2006
IRAQ'S DANGERSNew York PostMarch 19, 2006
IRAN'S 'UNKNOWNS': FACE THE FACTSNew York PostMarch 15, 2006
HOW TO NIP IRAN'S DESIGNSGulf NewsMarch 15, 2006
AMIR TAHERI DEBATES TARIQ RAMADAN: MUHAMMAD CARTOON FALLOUTAmsterdam Forum, Radio NetherlandsMarch 11, 2006
IRAN SLEEPWALKING INTO WAR?Arab NewsMarch 11, 2006
HOW TO HEAD OFF THE NEXT JIHADNew York PostMarch 9, 2006
SYRIANA AND THE BETRAYAL OF AMERICABenador AssociatesMarch 6, 2006
IRAQ: NO QUESTION OF CIVIL WARArab NewsMarch 4, 2006
TIME TO QUITNew York PostMarch 4, 2006
IN IRAN: BRITISH PHILOSOPHER VERSUS GERMEN PHILOSOPHERAsharq al-AwsatMarch 3, 2006
HOW VIABLE IS THE "CHINESE MODEL"?Asharq al-AwsatMarch 3, 2006
L'ISLAM DOIT REDEVENIR UNE RELIGIONLe Temps, GenevaMarch 3, 2006
A LIFE OF LIVING DANGEROUSLYGulf NewsMarch 1, 2006
TEHRAN WRITES THE SCRIPT. THE US FOLLOWS ITThe Jerusalem PostMarch 1, 2006
THE ODD HISTORY OF 'THE HOOK'New York PostFebruary 23, 2006
WHAT IS THE BEST OPTION TO CHECK IRAN?Gulf NewsFebruary 22, 2006
BAD IDEAS FOR STOPPING IRANNew York PostFebruary 20, 2006
ABU HAMZA: UNANSWERED QUESTIONSArab NewsFebruary 18, 2006
OPENING UP ISLAMNew York PostFebruary 18, 2006
NEO-ISLAMBenador AssociatesFebruary 17, 2006
SEEKING CENSORSHIP IN THE NAME OF DIALOGUEAsharq al-AwsatFebruary 17, 2006
FOCUS: "WE DON'T DO GOD, WE DO PALESTINE AND IRAQ"The Sunday TimesFebruary 12, 2006
HIJACKING ISLAMNew York PostFebruary 12, 2006
IRAN: THE OTHER CLOCK IS TICKINGAsharq al-AwsatFebruary 10, 2006
RENT-A-RIOT ABCSNew York PostFebruary 9, 2006
BONFIRE OF THE PIETIESWall Street JournalFebruary 8, 2006
IRAN: ETHNIC WOESNew York PostFebruary 6, 2006
CLINTON'S ANGEL AND McCAIN'S DEMON: IRAN DIVIDES THE DAVOS CROWDAsharq al-AwsatFebruary 2, 2006
FOR IRAN, THINK REGIME CHANGEJerusalem PostFebruary 1, 2006
HAMAS & W'S DOCTRINENew York PostFebruary 3, 2006
IRAN: THREAT OF ETHNIC DISSENTArab NewsJanuary 30, 2006
BREMER IN IRAQNew York PostJanuary 29, 2006
WHY IRAQIS ARE OPTIMISTICNew York PostJanuary 26, 2006
NEOCONSERVATISM: WHY WE NEED ITBenador AssociatesJanuary 24, 2006
NEW BIN LADEN TAPE IS PLAYING A DIFFERENT TUNEGulf NewsJanuary 24, 2006
AMIR TAHERI ANALYZES BIN LADEN TAPEBenador AssociatesJanuary 23, 2006
IRAQIS DO IT AGAINNew York PostJanuary 22, 2006
OSAMA'S 'PEACE' PITCHNew York PostJanuary 20, 2006
EMPTY THREATS WON'T RESTRAIN IRANGulf NewsJanuary 18, 2006
A CARNIVAL OF IRAN ABSURDITIESThe Korea HeraldJanuary 18, 2006
IRAN'S NUKES, EUROPE'S FOLLIESNew York PostJanuary 17, 2006
OF WESTERN MEDIA HYPE AND IRANArab NewsJanuary 14, 2006
SYRIA: THE CLOCK IS TICKINGNew York PostJanuary 13, 2006
ISRAEL MUST CLAIM VICTORY OVER PALESTINEThe AustralianJanuary 9, 2006
HOLLYWOOD ARABSNew York PostJanuary 8, 2006
THE DESPICABLE SELF-LOATHING PREACHED BY 'SYRIANA'Arab NewsJanuary 7, 2006
. . . AND THE PALESTINIANS'?New York PostJanuary 6, 2006
IT WASN'T SUCH A BAD YEAR AFTER ALLGulf NewsJanuary 4, 2006
WHAT THE WORLD WON IN '05New York PostJanuary 3, 2006
C'MON! 2005 WASN'T SO BAD AFTER ALLArab NewsDecember 31, 2005
THAT'S A GAME TWO CAN PLAYGulf NewsDecember 28, 2005
FANTASIES OF THE 'REALISTS'New York PostDecember 26, 2005
DEMOCRACY IS ALIVE AND WELL IN IRAQArab NewsDecember 24, 2005
NOT JUST ISRAEL'S PROBLEMJerusalem PostDecember 21, 2005
BUSH DOCTRINE HAS ITS ADVANTAGESGulf NewsDecember 21, 2005
PRESSURE TO WITHDRAW US TROOPS LIES AT HOME, NOT IRAQArab NewsDecember 17, 2005
A MIXED ELECTIONNew York PostDecember 13, 2005
BIANCA THE TORTURE EXPERTNew York PostDecember 9, 2005
AHMADINEJAD FACES CHARACTER ASSASSINATIONGulf NewsDecember 7, 2005
BOMBING AL JAZEERANew York PostDecember 6, 2005
THE ARAB 'ALLIES' PROBLEMNew York PostDecember 2, 2005
THE TIMETABLE IS UNCHANGEDNew York PostNovember 29, 2005
KICKING BAGHDAD WHEN IT'S DOWNThe Jerusalem PostNovember 23, 2005
HOW LONG CAN HE [AHMADINEJAD] PEDAL?Arab NewsNovember 26, 2005
WITHDRAWAL FROM IRAQ? HERE IS THE TIMETABLEAsharq AlawsatNovember 25, 2005
REFRAIN FROM EXCUSES FOR THE BOMBINGSGulf NewsNovember 23, 2005
WHAT THE WEST OFFERS ISLAMNew York PostNovember 21, 2005
A SOFT SPOT FOR SAUDINew York PostNovember 20, 2005
WHY IRAN CAN'T BE TRUSTEDArab NewsNovember 19, 2005
A SPACE OF FREEDOM WHERE ISLAM CAN FLOURISHAsharq al-AwsatNovember 18, 2005
WELL-HEELED IRANIANS FALL BY THE WAYSIDEGufl NewsNovember 16, 2005
FRUITS OF MULTICULTURALISMArab NewsNovember 12, 2005
ARABS' FURY AT ZARQAWINew York PostNovember 11, 2005
IRAN'S PERILOUSLY HONEST MANNew York PostNovember 8, 2005
FRANCE'S TICKING TIME BOMBArab NewsNovember 5, 2005
WHY PARIS IS BURNING?New York PostNovember 4, 2005
IRAQ NOT MISSING THE BIG PICTUREArab NewsOctober 29, 2005
IRAN'S NEW ANTI-ISRAEL 'RAGE'New York PostOctober 28, 2005
PUNISHING SYRIA WILL BOOMERANGGulf NewsOctober 26, 2005
WHY THE U.N. CAN'T FIX SYRIANew York PostOctober 26, 2005
NEEDED - A NEW IRAQI TIMETABLEJerusalem PostOctober 26, 2005
GET IT TOGETHER, BAGHDADJerusalem PostOctober 19, 2005
CHALLENGES BEFORE MUSHARRAFArab NewsOctober 22, 2005
ANTI-AMERICANISM BY NOBELBenador AssociatesOctober 21, 2005
SADDAM HUSSEIN AND THE WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE