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Writings by Matthew RJ Brodsky

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Articles

Title Publication Date
Obama's Shot Across Syria's Bow The Washington Times September 2, 2013
Glamorizing Terrorism (1 comment) The Times of Israel August 15, 2013
Europe's Half Measure on Hezbollah The Times of Israel July 26, 2013
Tension on the Syrian-Israeli Border CCTV News May 21, 2013
More Than a Matter of Words The Times of Israel May 13, 2013
Israel's Game-Changer with Hezbollah The Washington Times May 8, 2013
Never Mind that Red Line in Syria Rare May 2, 2013
The Cost of Inaction in Syria The Huffington Post April 29, 2013
Israeli Elections and the Peace Process American Spectator January 29, 2013
Inside the Israeli Elections Huffington Post January 24, 2013
Should Washington Promote Middle East Democracy? Sh'ma December 2012
Comparing the Candidates' Positions on Iran The Times of Israel October 12, 2012
America's Credibility Problem with Iran inFocus Quarterly Fall 2012
'Jihad Central' in Syria The Times of Israel May 24, 2012
Flunking the Syria Test The Journal of International Security Affairs Spring/Summer 2012
Consistently Inconsistent on Syria The Times of Israel April 27, 2012
Russia's Show of Syrian Force (1 comment) The Huffington Post April 5, 2012
The 'Desert Rose' Who's Standing by her Murderous Husband (1 comment) The Times of Israel April 3, 2012
Keeping U.S. and Israeli Red Lines Pink on Iran The Algemeiner March 9, 2012
Wrong Assumptions on Syria American Spectator February 1, 2012
How Washington Can Help Syria inFocus Quarterly Winter 2011
The Case for Intervening in Syria The National Interest November 16, 2011
Putting the Squeeze on Syria New York Daily News November 14, 2011
The U.S. Must Ratchet Up Pressure on Syria The Guardian November 4, 2011
Reviewing Obama's UN Record Sh'ma November 3, 2011
Get Serious on Iran Ynet News October 23, 2011
Are We Safer? Center for Security Policy September 8, 2011
Syria - World Almanac of Islamism The American Foreign Policy Council's World Almanac of Islamism June 21, 2011
The Mistaken Focus on the Peace Process Politico May 24, 2011
A Preliminary Assessment of Obama's Speech on the Middle East (5 comments) Politico May 19, 2011
Mahmoud Abbas and the Persistence of Palestinian Mythology The Guardian May 19, 2011
America's Irresponsible Silence on Syria The American Spectator May 11, 2011
Inside the Palestinian Unity Deal (1 comment) The American Spectator May 4, 2011
Israel's Knesset Debate and J Street's Agenda (4 comments) American Thinker March 29, 2011
The Mad Man of Tripoli (1 comment) Politico March 1, 2011
ElBaradei Not the Solution Ynet News February 5, 2011
The Erekat Retrenchment (1 comment) Ynet News January 26, 2011
The Real Disconnect in the Peace Process (1 comment) The Guardian January 25, 2011
Where's That Reset Button? Jerusalem Post January 6, 2011
Obama and the Syrian Trap Ynet News January 5, 2011
WikiLeaks and the Middle East Mirage American Thinker December 12, 2010
Compounding Mistakes in the Middle East Peace Process POLITICO Online November 22, 2010
Who's an Enemy? American Thinker November 4, 2010
The Challenges Ahead (1 comment) inFocus Quarterly Fall 2010
Syria and the Obama Administration National Security Policy Proceedings Vol 2 - Center for Security Policy Summer 2010
Of Trees and Tribunals American Thinker August 8, 2010
The American-Israeli Disparity Over Iran (1 comment) Jerusalem Post June 22, 2010
What Really Happened on the Gaza 'Freedom Flotilla' (7 comments) inSIGHT June 2, 2010
Obama's Misguided Approach to Peacemaking (3 comments) American Thinker May 10, 2010
The Worst Crisis in 35 Years? (4 comments) National Review Online March 17, 2010
Hope Over Experience With Syria inFocus Quarterly Spring 2010
Dithering on Damascus (2 comments) Jerusalem Post February 23, 2010
With Friends Like These The American Spectator September 8, 2009
The Persian Tightrope Middle East Opinion June 16, 2009
Obama and the Two Muslim Worlds The American Spectator June 3, 2009
Why Syrian-Israeli Peace Deals Fail (1 comment) inFocus Quarterly Spring 2009
On the Road to Damascus The Washington Times February 26, 2009
American Carrots for Syrian Sticks? Jerusalem Post November 26, 2008

Blog Posts

Title Publication Date
Chemical Weapons Attack Kills Over 1,000 in Syria inCONTEXT Blog August 22, 2013
Syria's al-Nusra Front Pledges Allegiance to Al-Qaeda inCONTEXT Blog April 11, 2013
Benghazi Testimony Reveals Lack of Coordination in U.S. Government inCONTEXT Blog February 7, 2013
Syria's Escalating Violence Promises Further Regional Instability inCONTEXT Blog June 28, 2012
Obama and Sarkozy's Insulting Gaffe inCONTEXT Blog November 9, 2011
The End Nears for Libya's Qaddafi inCONTEXT Blog August 22, 2011
Multi-Layer Terror Attack Hits Israel (1 comment) inCONTEXT Blog August 18, 2011
Gathering Young Professional Jews and Keeping Them Involved inCONTEXT Blog July 22, 2011
Losing Focus inCONTEXT Blog May 26, 2011
The Syrian Spring is a Gift, Will Obama Open It? inCONTEXT Blog May 12, 2011
Bin Laden Killed in U.S. Operation (2 comments) inCONTEXT Blog May 2, 2011
The Knesset Debate and J Street's Agenda inCONTEXT Blog March 28, 2011
Moore and O'Donnell Define America's Enemy inCONTEXT Blog November 4, 2010
The Obama-Netanyahu Meeting: Atmospherics or Substance? (1 comment) inCONTEXT Blog July 8, 2010
Hamas agrees with Helen Thomas (5 comments) inCONTEXT Blog June 7, 2010
Saber-Rattling with Syria inCONTEXT Blog February 9, 2010

Reviews

Book Title Publication Date
The Truth About Syria
by Barry Rubin
The Journal of International Security Affairs Spring 2009

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