Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ)

A publication of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates, Arab Studies Quarterly is the largest circulating journal in English devoted to the Arab world.

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 2, Spring

Courting and Containing the Arab Street: Arab Public Opinion, the Middle East and U.S. Public Diplomacy
IN THE AFTERMATH OF SEPTEMBER 11, the Arab street became a subject of renewed interest and increased relevance. With the rise and virulence of anti-Americanism in the Arab and Muslim world threatening to undermine the foreign policy of the United States...
Social Policy in the Arab World: The Search for Social Justice
IN THE WESTERN WORLD IN GENERAL, its English-speaking parts in particular, representations of the Arab world tend to be unsympathetic at best, and are usually couched in metaphors that presume an essentialist image of the Arab--the quintessential Other...
The Israeli-Hizbullah 34-Day War: Causes and Consequences
INTRODUCTION HOW COULD ONE EXPLAIN THE outburst of violence that consumed Lebanon for 34 days from 12 July till 14 August 2006? How could Hizbullah's increased participation in the political process turn into an almost full-scale war which ended...