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James J. Zogby
By James J. Zogby - Feb 15,2021
I’m writing this column in the midst of the Senate trial of Donald J. Trump.
By James J. Zogby - Feb 08,2021
Traumatic, violent acts bookended the first two decades of this century. The first was the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, which claimed the lives of almost 3,000 innocents.
By James J. Zogby - Feb 01,2021
There are times when no news is, in fact, big news. This is an article about a recent example that proves the wisdom of this maxim. But first, a bit of history.Back in 1984, I was serving as a deputy campaign manager for the Jesse Jackson for President campaign.
By James J. Zogby - Jan 25,2021
Israelis love to use their hasbara machinery to get good press. But, as is the case with propagandists, the stories they generate frequently fail to reflect reality.
By James J. Zogby - Jan 18,2021
In January 2017, the Middle East that Donald Trump inherited from his predecessors was mostly in tatters. Daesh was in control of large swaths of Iraq and Syria. Civil wars were raging in Yemen and Libya.
By James J. Zogby - Jan 11,2021
On January 7, 2021, after two months of denial, false charges of fraud and incitement, Donald Trump acknowledged that he would be leaving the White House on January 20 and promised a “seamless transition of power”.
By James J. Zogby - Jan 04,2021
As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, I have been reflecting on the current messy state of affairs in the Middle East and what can be done to move us forward. During the past two decades, I have written extensively on the region and exhaustively polled its peoples.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 28,2020
The traditional refrain on New Year’s Eve is “ring out the old, ring in the new”. It is intended as an expression of our hope that no matter what hardships we have endured, the New Year will be better.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 23,2020
As we enter the final week before Christmas, my thoughts turn to Bethlehem, its struggling people, and the shocking disregard for them displayed by many Christians in the West. This is not to say that that these same Christians don’t love Bethlehem.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 14,2020
With Joe Biden as President-elect and Donald Trump soon leaving the White House, analysts are engaging in endless speculation about what this change in administrations will mean for the future of the JCPOA, the “nuclear deal” negotiated between the P5+1 and Iran.I’m well aware of



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