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Milton Viorst, a former correspondent for The New Yorker, has written six books on the Middle East. His most recent is “Storm from the East: The...
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A new book by Michael Goldfarb grapples with the fate of a people caught between hope and history.
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Can decent Israelis, caught between complacency and conscience, save their beleaguered country from the corruptions of power, religious fanaticism and crippling hubris?
Longtime journalist and Middle East expert Milton Viorst examines John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt’s controversial new book about the Israel lobby and its influence on American foreign policy.
Milton Viorst, a former correspondent for The New Yorker, has written six books on the Middle East. His most recent is “Storm from the East: The Struggle between the Arab World and the Christian West.”
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