Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Links to ARN articles or media appearances on the 2006 Lebanon war and the aftermath

Here are some links to media appearances and published articles:

A long interview on Lebanon and Hizbullah in the Journal of Palestine Studies, fall 2006 issue.

Opening statement to the Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate, September 13, 2006.

“The Peacekeeping Challenge in Lebanon,” http://web.mit.edu/cis/www/mitejmes/intro.htm MIT Electronic Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Summer 2006, vol. 6, pp. 76-79.

Prospect (UK), "Hizbullah's Backers," September 2006.

Boston Globe, "In Mideast, shades of 1982", August 7, 2006.

Also published as "Will we soon miss the Shebaa standoff?" in the Daily Star, August 11, 2006.

KCRW, Comments on Israeli strategy and Hizballah, To the Point, July 27, 2006.

PBS, News Hour, "Israel Says It Destroyed Half of Hezbollah's Power, July 19, 2006.

PBS, NewsHour, "Europe to Send 7,000 Peacekeepers to Lebanon", August 25, 2006,

CSM, "Beyond the war in Lebanon" by Bahman Baktiari and Augustus Richard Norton. July 19, 2006

CSM, Time won't help Israel disarm Hizbullah , July 27, 2006.

CSM, The Peacekeeping Challenge in South Lebanon, by Thomas Milo and Augustus Richard Norton, August 25, 2006.

Daily Star, "Israel Hits Lebanon, Thinks Iran."

Daily Star, " When Bombs stir a Shiite Revival"

Daily Star, 3 prerequisites for an effective international force

Talk of the Nation, Who is Hezballah, July 19, 2006

On Point, " Middle East Firestorm ," NPR, July 18, 2006

Fresh Air, "Lebanon and Shiite Movements," August 11, 2006.

All Things Considered, "Who Really Won the Lebanon War?" August 17, 2006.

"The Weekly Rundown," Comments on southern Lebanon, August 19, 2006.

Questions on Lebanon for Harpers.

Jordan Times, "Learning from Peacekeeping History in South Lebanon," August 18, 2006. Please note that the last word is "hopeful" not helpful.

Critique of CNN documentary on Hizballah.

And for those who read Arabic, an essay written following the assassination of Rafiq Hariri.

For those who read Dutch, an essay on the lessons of peacekeeping for the new UNFIL-plus.

For those who read Spanish, Misión Complicada en Líbano, Foreign Policy (Edición Española), October, 2006.


Anonymous said...

"And for those who read Arabic, an essay written following the assassination of Rafiq Hariri"

This link comes back as "not found or unreadable"

arn said...

I tried to link directly to the article, which is on my web page, but that does not work. So what you need to do is click the link and that will take you to the web page (http://people.bu.edu/arn/) and then you can go to "Downloads and Links" where you will find a link to the article in PDF format).