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Writings by Topic: Jordan
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Articles

Publication Date
Jordan at the Precipice (17 comments) Washington Times March 8, 2017
Solving the "Palestinian Problem" [with the No-State Solution] (162 comments) Jerusalem Post January 7, 2009
Palestinians Taste a Dose of Their Own Medicine (98 comments) New York Sun November 15, 2005
Interview with Prince El-Hassan bin Talal: "Jordanian Christians are Fully Integrated" Middle East Quarterly Winter 2001
President Arafat? [and the Jordan-Is-Palestine Issue] (1 comment) National Interest Fall 1990
Is Jordan Palestine? (57 comments) Commentary October 1988
The Unacknowledged [Jordan-Israel] Partnership National Interest Winter 1987/88
But Don't Forget Syria National Interest Fall 1985

Blog Posts

Publication Date
Updates on the Jordan-Is-Palestine Thesis (2 comments) Lion's Den :: Daniel Pipes Blog August 6, 2009
Jordanians vs. Palestinians (10 comments) Lion's Den :: Daniel Pipes Blog July 20, 2009
Jordan to the West Bank, Egypt to Gaza: The Three-State Solution (12 comments) Lion's Den :: Daniel Pipes Blog July 27, 2005

Reviews

Publication Date
Collusion Across the Jordan: King Abdullah, the Zionist Movement, and the Partition of Palestine
by Avi Shlaim
Orbis Summer 1988
Double Jeopardy: PLO Strategy toward Israel and Jordan
by Asher Susser
Orbis Summer 1988
King Abdullah, Britain and the Making of Jordan
by Mary C. Wilson
Orbis Summer 1988
Jordan and the 1967 War
by Samir A. Mutawi
Orbis Winter 1988
Troubles on the East Bank: Challenges to the Domestic Stability of Jordan
by Robert B. Satloff
Orbis Winter 1987

Spoken

Venue Date
Can the Terrorists be stopped? MSNBC: Connected Coast to Coast November 10, 2005

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