Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

Joe Stork

Joe Stork is deputy director of Human Rights Watch's Middle East and North Africa division.

Articles by this Writer Published
Eric Rouleau MER 274 (Spring 2015)
Lackner, Why Yemen Matters MER 274 (Spring 2015)
Maxime Rodinson Looks Back MER 269 (Winter 2013)
Sojourners and Settlers: An Introduction MER 139 (March/April 1986)
Bahrain’s Medics Are the Targets of Retribution 05.05.2011
Fred Halliday MER 255 (Summer 2010)
Marsha Pripstein Posusney MER 249 (Winter 2008)
Samih Farsoun MER 236 (Fall 2005)
Maxime Rodinson MER 232 (Fall 2004)
Mahfoud Bennoune MER 232 (Fall 2004)
Eqbal Ahmad MER 211 (Summer 1999)
Constructing an International Criminal Court MER 207 (Summer 1998)
Bahrain’s Crisis Worsens MER 204 (Fall 1997)
Bahrain Regime Stages Confessions, Rejects Compromise MER 200 (Fall 1996)
Marion Farouk-Sluglett MER 199 (Summer 1996)
The Middle East Arms Bazaar After the Gulf War MER 197 (November/December 1995)
From the Editor (November/December 1995) MER 197 (November/December 1995)
Camille Mansour, Beyond Alliance MER 194-195 (July/August 1995)
The NGO Phenomenon in the Arab World MER 193 (March/April 1995)
Hidden Death MER 193 (March/April 1995)
Egypt’s Factory Privatization Campaign Turns Deadly MER 192 (January/February 1995)
An Interview with Muhammad Sahnoun MER 187-188 (March/April 1994)
An Interview with Mark Duffield MER 187-188 (March/April 1994)
An Interview with Hanan Ashrawi MER 186 (January/February 1994)
An Interview with Salim Tamari MER 186 (January/February 1994)
An Interview with Charles Shammas MER 186 (January/February 1994)
An Interview with Khalil Mahshi MER 186 (January/February 1994)
An Interview with Samir Hleileh MER 186 (January/February 1994)
An Interview with Azmi Bishara MER 186 (January/February 1994)
After Oslo MER 186 (January/February 1994)
Gender and Civil Society MER 183 (July/August 1993)
The Intervention in Somalia: What Should Have Happened MER 181 (March/April 1993)
Politics and Media in the Arab World MER 180 (January/February 1993)
Power Structure of the American Media MER 180 (January/February 1993)
Making War Difficult: Cooperative Security in the Middle East MER 177 (July/August 1992)
New Enemies for a New World Order MER 176 (May/June 1992)
Palestinian Self-Government Proposal MER 175 (March/April 1992)
“The Regime Has Simply Barricaded Itself in Khartoum” MER 172 (September/October 1991)
The US in the Persian Gulf MER 168 (January/February 1991)
A New Balance of Forces MER 168 (January/February 1991)
Why War? MER 167 (November/December 1990)
Washington Watch MER 166 (September/October 1990)
Primer: The Food Gap in the Middle East MER 166 (September/October 1990)
Washington’s Game Plan in the Middle East MER 164-165 (May/June 1990)
North Africa Faces the 1990s MER 163 (March/April 1990)
“Everyone Misunderstood the Depth of the Movement Identifying with Aoun” MER 162 (January/February 1990)
Political Aspects of Health MER 161 (November/December 1989)
Prison Conditions in Turkey MER 160 (September/October 1989)
Talking Up Turkey MER 160 (September/October 1989)
The Significance of Stones MER 154 (September/October 1988)
What Happened in Soviet Armenia? MER 153 (July/August 1988)
Young, Missed Opportunities for Peace MER 152 (May/June 1988)
Police Riot in Yarmuk MER 149 (November/December 1987)
“The Lion’s Right to Roar in His Cage” MER 149 (November/December 1987)
The Middle East and Human Rights MER 149 (November/December 1987)
Pakistan’s Movement Against Islamization MER 148 (September/October 1987)
AWACS in the Gulf MER 148 (September/October 1987)
Reagan Reflags the Gulf MER 148 (September/October 1987)
Interview with Mohamed Sid-Ahmed MER 147 (July/August 1987)
Rescheduling the Camp David Debt MER 147 (July/August 1987)
“The US Must Start Negotiations with the PLO” MER 146 (May/June 1987)
“They Control the Hill, But We’ve Got a Lot of Positions Around the Hill” MER 146 (May/June 1987)
Bullets, Banks and Bushels MER 145 (March/April 1987)
Arms Industries of the Middle East MER 144 (January/February 1987)
Political Violence Against Arab-Americans MER 143 (November/December 1986)
Pakistan’s Nuclear Fix MER 143 (November/December 1986)
Nuclear Shadow Over the Middle East MER 143 (November/December 1986)
Mad Dogs and Presidents MER 140 (May/June 1986)
Lackner, P.D.R. Yemen MER 139 (March/April 1986)
“Poverty Is Not the Issue” MER 136/137 (October-December 1985)
The War of the Camps, the War of the Hostages MER 133 (June 1985)
Prospects for the Gulf 05.04.1985
Squaring the Palestinian Circle MER 131 (March/April 1985)
Oil Find Could Alter YAR-Saudi Relations MER 130 (February 1985)
Arms Merchants in the Gulf War MER 125/126 (July-September 1984)
US Ready to Intervene in Gulf War MER 125/126 (July-September 1984)
Not Quite Armageddon MER 125/126 (July-September 1984)
Ten Years After MER 120 (January/February 1984)
Report from Lebanon MER 118 (October 1983)
US Aid to Israel MER 117 (September 1983)
Water and Israel’s Occupation Strategy MER 116 (July/August 1983)
Israeli Economy Struggles for Appearance of Solvency MER 114 (May 1983)
Arms Sales and the Militarization of the Middle East MER 112 (February 1983)
Dayr Yasin and Qibya MER 108 (September/October 1982)
The War in Lebanon MER 108 (September/October 1982)
Egypt’s Military MER 107 (July/August 1982)
Egypt’s Debt Problem MER 107 (July/August 1982)
In the Footsteps of Sadat MER 107 (July/August 1982)
MERIP: The First Decade MER 100 (October-December 1981)
Massive Arrests Precede Sadat’s Assassination MER 100 (October-December 1981)
Chronology: US-Egyptian Military Relationship MER 90 (September/October 90)
The Carter Doctrine and US Bases in the Middle East MER 90 (September/October 90)
Iran’s Oil Workers MER 88 (June 88)
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