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EDUCATION:

                Ph.D., Political Science, UCLA, 1987

                M.P.P., Public Policy, Graduate School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley, 1983

                B.A., with Honors, Economics, UC Santa Barbara, 1981

OCCUPATIONAL HISTORY:

Executive Director, The American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, Washington, D.C., 1993-Present. Responsible for developing policies, managing the staff, developing the budget and administering finances. Also, the organization’s advocate, fundraiser, principal writer and public spokesman. Created and maintains the organization’s web site, the Jewish Virtual Library (www.JewishVirtualLibrary.org).

Public Speaker, 1989-Present. Represented by the Harry Walker Agency.

Consultant, 1993-Present. Variety of services provided including writing newsletters, issue analyses, indexes, speeches, advocacy training, and columns. Clients have included Hillel, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Zionist Organization of America and the Jewish National Fund.

Associate Director of Research & Information, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and Contributing Editor, Near East Report, Washington, DC, 1992. Wrote weekly articles for NER, conducted research on U.S. Middle East policy, prepared testimony, talking points and background materials for political and legislative departments. Since 1989, gave more than 60 speeches and briefings.

Editor, Near East Report, Washington, D.C., 1989-92. Responsible for all aspects of publication of weekly newsletter on U.S. Middle East policy. Supervised staff and administered $600,000 budget. Also responsible for writing, production and negotiations related to Myths And Facts.

Analyst, George Bush for President Survey Research Group, Washington, DC, 1988. Responsible for target groups, foreign affairs, national poll analysis, and special projects.

Postdoctoral Fellow, UC Irvine. 1986-1987. Collaborated on research concerning the politics behind the rescue of Ethiopian Jews.

Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, UCLA, 1984-1987. Courses in Public Opinion and Voting Behavior, Constitutional Law, American Politics, American Foreign Policy and Public Administration.

Research Assistant, Comparative Higher Education Research Group and Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA, 1984. Conducted interviews and research for Carnegie Foundation study on the academic profession.

Analyst, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, 1982. Researched and wrote articles for Inflation Watchnewsletter and assisted in research on book concerning Camp David peace process.

Analyst, California Employment Development Department, Sacramento, California, 1980-81. Helped develop high-technology job training program for the disabled. Wrote analysis of California solar industry. Authored “California’s Leading Growth Industries.

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS:

Goldsmith Research Award, Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, Harvard University, 1993.

Moody Grant, Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, 1985-1986.

Graduate Honor Society, University of California, Berkeley, 1982-1983

President’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1981

National Economic Honor Society, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1980-1981

Regents’ Scholar, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1977-1981

BOOKS:

The Water’s Edge and Beyond: Defining the Limits to Domestic Influence on U.S. Middle East Policy,  (NJ: Transaction Books, 1991)

U.S.-Israel Relations: Looking To The Year 2000, AIPAC Papers On U.S.-Israel Relations: 17, (DC: American Israel Public Affairs Committee, 1991)

Myths And Facts: A Concise Record Of The Arab-Israeli Conflict, (DC, Near East Research, Inc., 1992),  with Joel Himelfarb

Partners for Change: How U.S.-Israel Cooperation Can Benefit America, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 1993)

Forgotten Victims: The Abandonment of Americans in Hitler’s Camps, (Westview Press, 1994, paper, HarperCollins/Westview, 1995)

Learning Together: Israeli Innovations In Education That Could Benefit Americans, edited book written by A. Harry Passow, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 1995)

Experience Counts: Innovative Programs For The Elderly In Israel That Can Benefit Americans, edited book written by Tamara Barnea et al., (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 1995)

Breakthrough Dividend: Israeli Innovation In Biotechnology That Could Benefit Americans, edited book written by Irvin Asher, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 1995)

Building Bridges: Lessons For America From Novel Israeli Approaches To Promote Coexistence, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative, Enterprise, 1997)

The Complete Idiot's Guide to World War II, (NY: MacMillan, 1998)

The Complete Idiot's Guide To Middle East Conflict, (NY: MacMillan, 1999)

The Complete History of the Holocaust, Ed., (CA: Greenhaven Press, 2001)

The Holocaust, Ed., Turning Points in History Series, (CA: Greenhaven Press, 2001)

The Nuremberg Trials, Ed., At Issue in History Series, (CA: Greenhaven Press, 2001)

Myths And Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 2001)

The Nuremberg Trials, Ed., Witness to History Series, (CA: Greenhaven Press, 2002)

The Politics Behind the Rescue of Ethiopian Jews, (CT: Greenwood Press, 2002)

The Complete Idiot's Guide To Understanding the Brain, with Dr. Arthur Bard, (NY: Alpha Books, 2002)

The Complete Idiot's Guide To Middle East Conflict, 2nd Edition, (NY: Alpha Books, 2002)

Myths And Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 2nd Edition, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 2002)

On One Foot: A Middle East Guide for the Perplexed or How to Respond on Your Way to Class When Your Best Friend Joins an Anti-Israel Protest, (CA: BE, Inc., 2002)

The Founding of Israel, Ed., (CT: Greenhaven Press, 2003)

The Complete Idiot's Guide to World War II, 2nd Edition, (NY: Alpha Books, 2004).

1001 Facts Everyone Should Know About Israel, with Moshe Schwartz, (NJ: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005).

The Complete Idiot's Guide To Middle East Conflict, 3rd Edition, (NY: Alpha Books, 2005).

Myths And Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 3rd Edition, (MD: American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, 2006).

Will Israel Survive? (NY: Palgrave, 2007).

The Complete Idiot's Guide To Middle East Conflict, 4th Edition, (NY: Alpha Books, Forthcoming 2008).

48 Hours of Kristallnacht: Night of Destruction/ Dawn of the Holocaust, (Lyons Press, 2008).

Israel Studies: An Anthology. Co-editor with David Nachmias. (Jewish Virtual Library, 2009). http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/isdf/text/anthologycvr.html.

The Arab Lobby: The Invisible Alliance That Undermines America's Interests in the Middle East, (HarperCollins, 2010).

Israel Matters: Understand the Past - Look to the Future, (Behrman House, 2012).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

“Ethnic Influence on Middle East Policy — How and When: The Cases of the Jackson-Vanik Amendment and the

Sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia,” in M.E. Ahrari, ed., Political Battles in Washington: The Dynamics of Ethnic Participation in the U.S. Foreign Policy Process, (Greenwood Press, 1987), pp. 45-64.

“The Influences of Ethnic Interest Groups on American Middle East Policy,” in Charles Kegley and Eugene

Wittkopf, eds., The Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy: Insights and Interpretations, (NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1988, 1994), pp. 79-94.

“How Fares The Camp David Trio?” in Daniel Pipes, ed., Sandstorm: Middle East Conflicts & America,

    (MD: University Press of America, 1993), pp. 109-129.

“The Variety of Coexistence Efforts in Israel: Lessons for the United States,” in Eugene Weiner, ed., The Handbook of Interethnic Coexistence, (NY: Continuum Publishing Co., 1998), pp. 468-489.

“Holocaust,” in William H. McNeill, ed. Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, Vol. 3, (MA: Berkshire Publishing Group, 2005), pp. 917-921.

“AIPAC and US Middle East Policy,” in Eytan Gilboa and Efraim Inbar, Eds., Issues in Contemporary American-Israeli Relations, Routledge, Forthcoming 2009.

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

“How the Palestinian Arabs Became Refugees,” Discovery, (Spring 1981)

“Ideology and Depression Politics I: Grover Cleveland (1893-1897),” Presidential Studies Quarterly,  (Winter 1985)

“The Turning Point in United States Relations with Israel: The 1968 Sale of Phantom Jets,”

Middle East Review, (Summer 1988).

“Interest Groups, the President, and Foreign Policy: How Reagan Snatched Victory From the Jaws of Defeat on AWACS,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, (Summer 1988).

“The Evolution of Israel’s Africa Policy,” Middle East Review, (Winter 1988).

“How Fares The Camp David Trio?” Orbis, (Fall 1990).

“Behind the Wire,” [film review], The Public Historian, (Winter 1996).

“How Special is the U.S.-Israel Relationship?” with Daniel Pipes, Middle East Quarterly, (June 1997).

“Deconstructing George W. Bush’s Middle East Strategy,” Perspectives: An Israel Review, (Brown University, Fall 2003, Vol. I, Issue 1).

“Academic Freedom as a Shield for Anti-Semitism,” The Journal of the James Madison Institute, (Summer 2005).

Review of Operation Solomon: The Daring Rescue of Ethiopian Jews by Stephen Spector, Middle East Quarterly, (Spring 2006).

Review of Power, Faith, and Fantasy: America in the Middle East 1776 to the Present by Michael B. Oren, Israel Studies (Summer 2008).

CONFERENCE PAPERS:

“The Water’s Edge and Beyond: Defining the Boundaries of Domestic Influence on U.S. Middle East Policy,” Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, 1985.

Discussant. Panel on Terrorism. Center for the Study of the Presidency Annual Leadership Conference. Grand Rapids, MI, 1985.

“Domestic Constraints on U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: The Case of Anti-Boycott Legislation,” Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Eugene, OR 1986.

“Domestic Constraints on U.S. Middle East Policy: The Israeli Lobby and Arms Sales to the Arab States.” Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL 1986.

“Domestic Politics and the 1968 Phantom Jet Sale: Explaining the Evolution of the U.S.-Israel Alliance.” Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Anaheim, CA 1987.

“Presidential Dominance in Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of U.S. Middle East Policy, 1945-1984.” Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL 1987.

Discussant. Panel on Israel Studies. Association of Israel Studies Annual Conference, Banff, Canada, May 2006.

“AIPAC and U.S. Middle East Policy.” Prepared for delivery at the International Conference on US-Israel Relations in a New Era, the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University, May 20-21, 2007.

Discussant. Panel on Israel Studies: Past and Future. Association of Israel Studies Annual Conference, Open University, June 11-13, 2007.

“The University: The Last Bastion of American Anti-Semitism,” Prepared for delivery at the International Conference of the Global Forum for Combatting Antisemitism,” Jerusalem, February 24-25, 2008.

“Blunting the Israeli Lobby’s Influence: Presidential Waivers,” Prepared for delivery at the Association of Israel Studies Annual Conference, Beersheva, June 1-3, 2009.

“The Other Lobby: How The Arab Lobby Attempts to Influence U.S. Middle East Policy,” Prepared for delivery at the Association of Israel Studies Annual Conference, University of Toronto, May 9-12, 2010.

MAGAZINE ARTICLES:

“Israel’s Standing In American Public Opinion,” Commentary, (October 1985)

“The Myth of the Middle East Triangle,” Midstream, (October 1985)

“The Arab Lobby,” Midstream, (March 1986)

“Strategic Thoughts About SDI,” Public Opinion, (March-April, 1987)

“Left Behind,” Present Tense, (September-October 1987)

“The Humanitarian Side of the Reagan Administration: The Rescue of Ethiopian Jews,”

The Humanist, (November-December, 1987) with Howard Lenhoff

“The Unfinished Exodus of Ethiopian Jews,” Midstream, (January 1988)

“The Affirmative Action Complex,” The Freeman, (February 1988)

“Can Israel Withdraw? Yes,” Commentary, (April 1988)

“Did My Mother Lie To Me?” [Can a black, Jew, or woman be elected President according to polls],

    The New Leader, (April 4, 1988)

“The U.S. Recognition of Israel,” Midstream, (November 1988)

“Palestinian Arabs At War,” Near East Report, (August 15, 1988)

“Can a Jew Be Elected President?” Midstream, (November 1988)

“The Misuse of Economic Sanctions In Foreign Policy: The Case Of The Jackson-Vanik Amendment,”

    Congress Monthly, (November-December, 1988)

“Israel Standing Taller Than Ever,” Near East Report, (January 9, 1989)

“Homeless In Gaza: Arab Mistreatment of Palestinian Refugees,” Policy Review, (January 1989)

“Two U.S. Mideast Views,” Midstream, (January 1989)

“Stability In The Arab World,” Midstream, (March-April, 1989)

“The Waning Threat Of Islamic Fundamentalism,” Midstream, (April 1989)

“Will Egypt Abandon Peace?” Congress Monthly, (July-August, 1989)

“Israel: Some Surprising Polls,” Commentary, (August 1989)

“American Victims of the Holocaust,” Present Tense, (March-April 1990);

Jewish War Veteran, (Fall 1990)

“A Californian In Exile,” UCLA Magazine, (Spring 1990)

“The United States and the Palestinian Refugees,” Midstream, (August-September 1990)

“Poison On Campus,” United Synagogue Review, (Spring 1991)

“Guarantees For A Miracle,” Hadassah, (June/July 1991)

“Jews And Hispanics,” Hadassah, (January 1992) with Marcela Kogan

“Time For India To Upgrade Ties With Israel,” The Indian-American, (January 31, 1992)

“Holocaust Museum Gives Portrait of World Gone Awry,” Women’s World, (Spring 1993)

“Poison On Campus,” Midstream (June/July 1993)

“A Realitarian Prescription for U.S. Middle East Policy,” Midstream, (August-September 1993)

“The Fundamentals of the U.S.-Israel Relationship,” Congress Monthly, (September-October 1993)

“How Textbooks Rewrite Jewish History,” Women’s World, (Spring 1994)

“Ohio Trade Mission To Israel Achieves Success,” Near East Report, (May 9, 1994)

“The Illinois Connection,” Israel Business Review, (July 1994)

“Trade with Israel: Boosting America’s Bottom Line,” Midstream, (August-September 1994)

“How Textbooks Rewrite Jewish History,” Amit Woman, (September 1994)

“Israel-North Carolina Partnership Goes Far Beyond Economics,” Near East Report, (August 29, 1994)

“BIRD’s Joint Ventures,” Israel Business Review, (August 1994)

“Bio-Tech Synergy,” Israel Business Review, (October-November 1994)

“BARD Research Has Market Potential,” Israel Business Review, (January, 1995)

“Clearly Kristol,” B’nai B'rith Jewish Monthly, (April 1995)

Learning From Israel’s Approach to Caring For the Elderly,” Near East Report, (May 8, 1995)

“Why US Troops Should Be Deployed on the Golan,” Midstream, (May 1995)

“Israel, Bushwacked,” (review of book by Moshe Arens, Broken Covenant), Moment, (June 1995)

“Islam Vs. Democracy?” (review of documentary film) Near East Report, (July 17, 1995)

“CD Rambam: A Guide for the Perplexed Software Buyer,” Moment, (February 1996)

“The Custodian of Knowledge” (Profile of the Librarian of Congress), The World & I, (March 1996)

“Sitting on a nest egg,” Tel Aviv University News, (Spring 1996)

“U.S. Can Benefit From Israeli Biotechnology,” Near East Report, (May 20, 1996)

“Bob Woodward Gets to the Bottom of Things,” Writer’s Digest, (August 1996)

“Charles Krauthammer: Prize Writer,” Lifestyles, (Fall 1996)

“Pillow Talk,” USAir Magazine, (January 1997)

“Design for Giving,” Connecticut Magazine, (January 1997)

“Yes, Virginia, There Are Big-Hearted Boardrooms,” Baltimore Magazine, (March 1997)

“Man on a Mission,” [profile of the Librarian of Congress, James Billington] America West, (March 1997)

“Is Fine Art Fools Gold?” Baltimore Magazine, (June 1997)

“Stuart E. Eizenstat: Going for the Gold,” Lifestyles, (June 1997)

“Dershowitz for the Defense of Judaism,” [book review], Women’s World, (Summer 1997)

“The Palestinian Welfare State,” The Weekly Standard, (October 6, 1997)

“Can Art Make You Rich?” Connecticut Magazine, (October 1997)

“Merchants’ Macadam Mission,” Baltimore Magazine, (October 1997)

“A Secret Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Problem,” [book review] Intellectual Capital (October 23, 1997)

“A Passion for the Game” [Profile of John Feinstein] Writer’s Digest, (December 1997)

“Toys and Tots,” America West, (December 1997)

“Book Publishing: The State of the Industry 1998,” Writer’s Digest, (January 1998); Writer’s Yearbook, (September 1998)

“Marching to Madness?” America West, (January 1998)

“In Search of Scholarship On the Role of Congress in Middle East Affairs,” Middle East Insight, (January-February 1998)

“An Apologist for the Allies,” Intellectual Capital, (March 5, 1998)

“Trying to Explain U.S. Middle East Peace Policy,” Middle East Insight, (March-April 1998)

Learning From Israel's Educators,” Near East Report, (March 9, 1998)

Vineyard Maven,” The World & I, (June 1998)

“A Flawed Portrait of Yitzhak Rabin,” Intellectual Capital, (September 3, 1998)

“Surf’s Up For Writers,” Writer’s Digest, (November 1998)

Lessons Unlearned the Hard Way,” Intellectual Capital, (November 26, 1998)

“Steven Emerson: Terrorists in Our Midst,” Lifestyles, (Fall 1998)

“Governors Know the Value of Israel,” Near East Report, (January 25, 1999)

“Will the Mideast Peace Process Stay On Track?” Intellectualcapital.com, (February 18, 1999)

"U.S.-Israel Space Cooperation Takes Off," Near East Report, (August 23, 1999)

“Ira N. Forman: Faithful Democrat,” Lifestyles, (Fall 1999)

“Pius XII: Saint or Sinner?” [Book Review], Intellectualcapital.com, (November 12, 1999)

“Electronic Books,” Writer’s Digest, (December 1999)

“Sidney Schwarz — Politics & Religion,” Lifestyles, (Pre-Spring 2000)

“Time for a U.S.-Israel Defense Treaty?” Intellectualcapital.com, (February 24, 2000)

“A Conversation with Sportswriter John Feinstein,” America West, (December 2000)

“Germs and Other Terrors,” Middle East Insight, (January-February 2002)

“Plays of the Day,” America West, (February 2002)

“Hitler’s American Victims,” Hadassah, (April 2002)

“Will Israel Return to Gaza?” inFocus, (Fall 2007)

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES:

“US-Israel Ties Still Strong,” Oakland Tribune, (November 19, 1982)

“It’s Time to Break the Ice with the Soviet Union,” Oakland Tribune, (August 13, 1982)

“Why Reagan Should Visit Israel,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner, (November 27, 1985)

“Exaggerating Libya’s Threat,” Chicago Tribune, (February 14, 1986)

“U.S. Must Help Lebanese Christians,” San Francisco Chronicle, (February 27, 1986)

“Saudi Arabia Is No Friend of The U.S.,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (June 5, 1986)

“Time To Hold Out A Carrot?” Chicago Tribune, (February 14, 1986); San Francisco Chronicle, (June 10, 1986);

Houston Post, July 3, 1986); Philadelphia Inquirer, (August 15, 1986)

“The Value of Mideast Instability,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (July 17, 1986);

Oakland Tribune, (July 12, 1986)

“Fact, Fiction About Fighting Terrorism,” Chicago Tribune, (September 25, 1986);

Orange County Register, (October 1, 1986)

“University Teacher Quality A Cause For Our Concern,” Houston Post, (October 19, 1986);

Orange County Register, (October 29, 1986); San Francisco Chronicle, (November 14, 1986); Cleveland Plain Dealer, (March 11, 1987)

“Will Israel Remain On Path To Peace? Yes--Unity Demands It,” Houston Post,

(October 28, 1986)

“U.S. Interest In Egyptian Stability,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (November 3, 1986)

“We Talked But Did Not Trade With Terrorist,” Orange County Register, (November 11, 1986);

Los Angeles Daily Journal, (November 12, 1986)

“Stalemate In Gulf War Is In U.S. Best Interest,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (December 13, 1986)

“Operation Moses Is Not Finished,” Chicago Tribune, (December 26, 1986)

“The Shifting Cycles of Foreign Policy,” Orange County Register, (December 23, 1986);

Detroit News, (January 6, 1987)

“Israel’s Motives In Arms Deals,” San Francisco Chronicle, (January 1, 1987);

Orange County Register, (January 15, 1987)

“Saudis Are Playing Both Sides In Iran-Iraq War,” Orange County Register, (February 2, 1987)

“Winning Without War,” Orange County Register, (March 2, 1987)

“Palestinians Remain Pawns In The Arab-Israeli Conflict,” Orange County Register,

(March 10, 1987)

“The Forgotten Mideast Peace,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (April 12, 1987)

“Carter Has Free Speech, But We Don’t Have To Listen,” Chicago Tribune, (April 20, 1987)

“Character Is Key Element In Elections,” Orange County Register, (May 17, 1987)

“In Effect West Bank Coming of Age,” Houston Post, (June 3, 1987)

“Egypt Is At Risk of Becoming Our Next Iran,” Houston Post, (June 20, 1987)

“US Should Look At Pros, Cons of Peace Conference,” Houston Post, (July 22, 1987)

“Syria Should Be Pressured To Free Its Hostages--Jews,” Chicago Tribune, (September 23, 1987

“Can’t Just Toss Money At Defense,” Houston Post, (September 23, 1987)

“By Ignoring Their Weak Position, Palestinians Hurt Their Own Cause,” Houston Post,

              (November 5, 1987)

“Israel At 40: Peace Remains Elusive,” Houston Post, and Orange County Register,

              (November 29, 1987)

“The Wrong Argument on Guns,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (December 19, 1987)

“Now Is The Time To Push On Soviet Jewry,” Houston Post, (January 13, 1988)

“Territories Not Only Mideast Hot Spots,” Houston Post, (February 8, 1988)

“Mubarak Must Solve Own Problems,” Houston Post, (February 28, 1988)

“Still, Ousting Meese Could Ruin Chances For Mideast Peace,” Houston Post, (March 23, 1988)

“The Palestinian Uprising is Futile,” Houston Post, (May 23, 1988)

“Israel Holds Key To Peace,”Orange County Register, (June 12, 1988); Detroit News, (June 28, 1988)

“The Palestinian Problem,” Baltimore Sun, (June 15, 1988)

“What The U.S. Does For Palestinians,” Houston Post, (June 27, 1988);

              Indianapolis Star, (July 20, 1988); Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (August 1, 1988)

“This Time Palestinians Massacre Each Other,” Houston Post, (July 17, 1988)

“Congressional Office Is Magnet For Votes, Cash,” Cleveland Plain-Dealer, (September 7, 1988)

“Israeli Demography,” Christian Science Monitor, (September 19, 1988);

“Palestinians’ Birth Bomb Is Ticking,” (January 12, 1989), Cleveland Plain-Dealer, (January 19, 1989); Indianapolis Star, (January 31, 1989)

“We Must Say No To A PLO State,” Houston Post, (October 26, 1988)

“Throwing Stones Hasn’t Helped Palestinians Much,” Chicago Tribune, (October 19, 1988)

“The Rules Of Job Hunting,” Hill Rag, (February 3, 1989)

“President Bush’s Hostage Dilemma,” Chicago Tribune, (February 28, 1989); Orlando Sentinel, (April 11, 1989)

“Waiting Out The Terrorists — Best Way To Free Hostages,” Orlando Sentinel, (April 24, 1990)

“A Dumping Ground For Arms,” Indianapolis Star, (May 28, 1990); Jerusalem Post, July 1, 1990);

Wall Street Journal International Edition, (July 17, 1990)

“Holocaust: U.S. Did Little For American Jews,” Detroit News, (July 10, 1990)

“U.S. Support For Israel Stays Strong,” Jerusalem Post, (July 31, 1990)

“No Need To Fear U.S.-Arab Alliance,” Jerusalem Post, (October 30, 1990)

“Gulf War: For Gas or Not For Gas?,” Jerusalem Post, (December 6, 1990)

“Economic Influence On American Gulf Policy,” Jerusalem Post, (January 4, 1991)

“Americans Love Israel,” Jerusalem Post, (March 15, 1991)

“A Big Push To Arm The Saudis,” San Francisco Chronicle, (April 6, 1991);

Jerusalem Post, (April 21, 1991)

“Loan Guarantees Are Not Charity” Jerusalem Post, (July 1, 1991)

“Second-Guessing Israel’s Friends,” Jerusalem Post, (September 27, 1991)

“Incentive For More Terrorism,” Orlando Sentinel, (December 8, 1991)

“The Teflon Prime Minister,” Jerusalem Post, (February 18, 1993)

“Rush-Hour Combat,” Washington Post, (March 8, 1993) with Marcela Kogan

“Win or Win,” Jerusalem Post, (March 24, 1993)

“The Kindest Cut,” Jerusalem Post, (April 17, 1993)

“The Forgotten Victims,” Jerusalem Post, (April 21, 1993)

“Two-Way Street,” Jerusalem Post, (February 24, 1994)

“Buy Now, Pay Whenever,” Jerusalem Post, (April 19, 1994)

“Aid Package, But No Money,” Jerusalem Post, (October 7, 1994)

“Top Marks for the PM,” Jerusalem Post, (October 8, 1994)

“U.S.-Israel bio-tech ventures require patience,” Washington Jewish Week, (January 19, 1995) [news story]

“Reapportion Aid to Egypt,” Jerusalem Post, (March 1, 1995)

“Rise of Jewish Cannibals,” Jerusalem Post, (September 4, 1995)

“Sheer Stupidity,” Jerusalem Post, (March 12, 1996)

“Justice for American Victims,” Cleveland Plain Dealer (February 4, 1997); San Diego Union-Tribune (February 5, 1997)

“The Campus Challenge,” Forward, (March 22, 2002)

“Israel's North Korea Problem,” Jerusalem Post, (March 2, 2003)

“Back to School on Campus Advocacy,” Forward, (May 30, 2003)

“Very Little Compares to Holocaust Horrors,” Omaha World-Herald, (August 8, 2005)

“The Media's War on Israel,” FrontPageMagazine.com, (April 25, 2007)

“Water or War,” New York Sun, (August 1, 2007)

“Will Israel Return to Gaza?” inFocus, (Fall 2007)

“Water or War,” New York Sun, (August 1, 2007)

“Israel’s ties that bind,” Los Angeles Times, (January 10, 2008)

“Teaching children to hate and kill,” Providence Journal, (May 24, 2008)

“When good men did nothing,” Jerusalem Post, (November 8, 2008)

“Despite Kristallnacht being widely reported, world took no steps to punish Germany,” Ynet, (November 9, 2008)

“Settlement freeze? OK .. but what next?” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, (June 1, 2009)

“What does ‘pro-Israel’ even mean?” Jerusalem Post, (November 5, 2009)

“A Prime Minister’s Bottom Line,” Forward, (April 23, 2010)“On mosque, beware the Saudis,” New York Post, (August 22, 2010).

“Oil vs. Israel,” New York Post, (September 5, 2010).

“Bard: An enemy of peace,” Washington Times (September 7, 2010).

“Time magazine purports to explain why Israel doesn't want peace: That's a dangerous lie,” New York Daily News, (September 16, 2010).