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"I am confident that Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East will consistently attempt to provide balanced, creative, technical and expert policy insights on both the challenges and opportunities of this evermore important domain."
Ambassador Nabil Fahmy, Dean of the School of Public Affairs at the American University in Cairo, and former Ambassador of Egypt to the United States (1999-2008).
"Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East fills a much-needed gap in our understanding of this critical region. The site will be of interest to specialists and the general public alike."
Daniel L. Byman, Professor, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University and Director of Research, Saban Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings.
"A required platform for a required subject. Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East will fill - perhaps even blur - the gap between editorial and conversational, between analysis and advocacy, and hopefully between politics and culture."
Avner Cohen, Professor, Monterey Institute of International Studies and Senior Fellow, the Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
"An overdue site for an overdue topic. Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East provides one-stop shopping for what needs to be understood as one of the greatest challenges of the 21stCentury"
Kenneth M. Pollack, Senior Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings.
"The idea behind Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East is brilliant. As global interest in weapons proliferation in the region is expanding, there is a pressing need to collect and make available information and commentary on all aspects of arms control and regional security. I expect much interest in the site from scholars, journalists, and policy makers.”
Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland, College Park.