Daniel Pipes
President, Middle East Forum

Daniel Pipes, a historian, is president of the Middle East Forum. A former official in the U.S. departments of State and Defense, he has taught at the University of Chicago, Harvard University, the U.S. Naval War College, and Pepperdine University. He has written twelve books and his website, DanielPipes.org, with a near-complete archive of his writings, has recorded 63 million page visits. He writes a bi-weekly column for the Washington Times, National Review, and other publications; his writings have been translated into 36 languages. Two U.S. presidents have appointed Mr. Pipes to government positions. Al-Qaeda has invited him to convert to Islam, Edward Kennedy borked him, and Edward Said called him an "Orientalist." His current focus is on the Middle Eastern political upheavals.

Writings by Daniel Pipes  (View Biography)

Title Date
Is Western Europe Really Turning to the Right?2021/07/19
Muslim Life in 2021, as Predicted in 19212021/02/25
Deciphering Bidenese2020/06/15
Finding Europe's Hidden Conservatives2020/04/21
More Academic Malfeasance2019/04/22
Islamic London: "Run, Hide, Tell"2018/02/05
Another Turkish Ambassador Confronts Me2017/07/18
Is CAIR Lying about a Rally for Hamas?2014/08/22
Islamist Assassinations in the West2013/02/25
Tariq Ramadan Permitted Into U.S.2010/01/22
Victory: An Obsolete Concept?2009/07/31
Palestinians Blame Arab Leaders For The "Nakba"2009/07/28
Dubai's Dramatic Drop2009/03/11
The Voice of America, Silenced on Radical Islam2009/03/09
PLO Acknowledges: Still At War With Israel2008/10/28

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