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Book Review: 'Making David Into Goliath | Washington Times

July 21, 2014
When Israel’s neighbors launched a surprise invasion in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, oil-producing Arab states threatened to cut supply to any country offering Israel assistance. The results of the embargo threat exceeded Arab expectations, fundamentally realigning “the geopolitics of the Middle East and the entire world,” according to historian Daniel Yergin.

Al Qaeda May Rise from Ashes of Syria: Report | Washington Times

September 9, 2013

In addition to Mr. Kean and Mr. Hamilton, the report's authors are Peter Bergen, an al Qaeda analyst and author; Bruce Hoffman, director of the Center for Security Studies at Georgetown University; C. Michael Hurley, a former CIA counterterrorism ...

Will Health Care Reform Make U.S. Healthier? | Washington Times

September 3, 2013

“We have a disease care system,” not a health care system, says Shannon Brownlee, a health policy expert and author of Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine is Making Us Sicker and Poorer. “And the disease care system… if it really was honest with itself ...

CFTC Study: High-Frequency Traders Screwing The Little Guy | Washington Times

December 4, 2012

Penned by Nathaniel Popper and Christopher Leonard, it describes in some detail the results of a soon-to-be-released Federal study of high-frequency trading in the futures markets. The study, supervised by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's ...

Wily Bomb Maker Fast In Race With Technology | Washington Times

May 8, 2012

“Even for al Qaeda, that's cold,” said author Peter Bergen, who has studied the group since the late 1990s. Now Ibrahim al-Asiri, 30, is suspected of making a new underwear bomb designed for use against a US-bound airliner in a plot uncovered last ...

Book Review: 'The Escape Artist' | Washington Times

May 4, 2012

By James Srodes - Special to The Washington Times By Noam Scheiber It is inevitable that a man may campaign for the US presidency on one set of issues only to face entirely different challenges once he is in office. In 1979, I spent some time traveling ...

Book Review: 'The Crisis Of Zionism' | Washington Times

April 27, 2012

By Claude R. Marx - Special to The Washington Times By Peter Beinart Jews often joke that you can summarize almost any holiday as “They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat.” The notion of victimhood and how events such as the Holocaust have shaped ...


Obama's Budget Knife Takes Smaller Cuts | Washington Times

February 3, 2010

"This year's cuts seem no more ambitious, and in fact seem a little less ambitious, which is not what I would have hoped," said Marc Goldwein, policy director at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. ...

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Dealey Appointed As Times' New Editor | Washington Times

January 31, 2010

"Sam Dealey is a stylish writer and intrepid journalist who has reported from the deserts of Sudan to the mountains of Afghanistan and who will bring that excellent record of reporting and writing to his new job as editor of The Washington Times," said Peter Bergen, a journalist and senior research fellow at the New America Foundation. ...

Envoy Holbrooke Missing from Afghan Talks | Washington Times

October 21, 2009
"Karzai doesn't trust or like Holbrooke. ...There is not much of a relationship there," said Steve Clemons, executive vice president at the New America Foundation who runs a popular foreign policy ...
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