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ISSUE BRIEF POSTED MARCH 27, 2014 BY JAMES PHILLIPS
Obama’s Saudi Summit: Focus on Iran, Syria, Egypt, and Terrorism
President Barack Obama will meet with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah on Friday amid mounting reports of acute Saudi disillusionment with Obama’s foreign policy. The Saudis, like other Middle Eastern allies including Israel, are concerned that Obama cannot be trusted to safeguard their national interests in the face of Iran’s military buildup, the political turbulence of the…
BACKGROUNDER POSTED DECEMBER 20, 2012 BY JAMES PHILLIPS
The Arab Spring Descends into Islamist Winter: Implications for U.S. Policy
Abstract: In 2011 and 2012, a wave of popular uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East shook the region’s autocratic regimes, prompting euphoric reactions in the West about an “Arab Spring” and a supposed new age of democracy. While the overthrow of authoritarian regimes can give democracy a chance to bloom, it has also created opportunities for a wide spectrum of…
SPECIAL REPORT POSTED AUGUST 24, 2011 BY THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION COUNTERTERRORISM TASK FORCE
A Counterterrorism Strategy for the "Next Wave"
Abstract: In June 2011, President Barack Obama released a new National Strategy for Counterterrorism. This document profoundly misreads the nature of the global transnational threat. Following this strategy for a few years will result in a resurgent threat as dangerous as that shortly after 9/11. Dealing with the “next wave” of transnational terrorism will require a…
COMMENTARY POSTED AUGUST 8, 2011 BY JAMES JAY CARAFANO, PH.D.
Yemen Looks Like al Qaeda's New Heartland
When al Qaeda was just a startup terrorist enterprise, the Sudanese government offered the group safe harbor. But after a few years, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United States began to take notice of what was going on in that little incubator. They turned up the heat. By 1996, Osama bin Laden was looking to relocate. No longer feeling safe in Sudan, he moved al…
AUDIO RECORDED ON MAY 18, 2011
PODCAST: James Phillips on Israel and the Arab Spring
In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, James Phillips discusses the aftermath of the Arab Spring and escalating tensions around Israel. David Weinberger hosts. To get regular updates on Heritage in Focus podcasts, visit our RSS feed or subscribe on iTunes. To listen to more Heritage in Focus podcasts, return to the Podcast page.…
WEBMEMO POSTED APRIL 25, 2011 BY JAMES PHILLIPS
Yemen: U.S. Policy Implications of President Saleh's Resignation Offer
Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh has conditionally agreed to step down from power 30 days after a tentative agreement is signed with a coalition of opposition parties. But this face-saving political deal, brokered by the Gulf Cooperation Council, has already been rejected by tens of thousands of protesters who adamantly demand an end to Saleh’s 32-year rule.…
WEBMEMO POSTED APRIL 13, 2011 BY THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION
The “Arab Spring”: Heritage Foundation Recommendations
The “Arab Spring” has targeted several regimes in the Middle East: Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak has stepped down, leaving the future of the country uncertain; Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and Yemen’s Ali Abdullah Saleh cling to power; Libya’s Muammar Qadhafi has vowed to fight to the death despite the United States and NATO lining up against him. The U.S. needs more clear and…
VIDEO RECORDED ON APRIL 5, 2011
James Carafano on Yemen on CNN
James Carafano comments on escalating tensions in Yemen.…
VIDEO RECORDED ON MARCH 25, 2011
Cully Stimson on Yemen on FNC
Cully Stimson discusses protests in Yemen.…
WEBMEMO POSTED MARCH 24, 2011 BY JAMES PHILLIPS
What the President Must Do About Yemen
As turmoil and transformation sweep across the Middle East and North Africa, President Obama cannot afford to dwell on one crisis at a time. In particular, the United States must not neglect the ongoing crisis in Yemen, a country that has served as a base of operations for terrorist attacks aimed at the U.S. and its allies. A double dose of diplomacy and engagement is now…
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