In addition to writing several books on social movements, particularly Islamic and Jihadist groups, American foreign policy, the great powers and the Middle East, Arab and Muslim politics, Gerges has written scores of articles on a broad spectrum of topics and subjects dealing with the greater Middle East, the international relations of the region, Al Qaeda, America’s encounter with Islam, Hamas, Hezbollah, religion and politics, and democratization and political transition. These articles have appeared in magazines like Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Newsweek, The New Statesman, Democracy: Journal of Ideas, Middle East Journal, Survival, Al Mustqbal al-Arabi, Middle East Insight, and others. His editorials have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Christian Science Monitor, International Herald Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, The Independent (London), Al Hayat (London), The Guardian (London) and other papers.

Gerges’ recently contributed a chapter, “The Transformation of Arab Politics: Disentangling Myth from Reality” to William Roger Louis and Avi Shlaim’s The 1967 Arab-Israeli War: Origins and Consequences (February 2012).

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