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Dr. Lenore G. Martin

External Researcher

LENORE G. MARTIN is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science and Coordinator of the Global Studies Program at Emmanuel College. She is an Associate of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University where she co-chairs the WCFIA/CMES Middle East Seminar. She is also an Affiliate in Research at Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies where she co-chairs the Study Group on Modern Turkey. Her recent publications include her edited book, New Frontiers in Middle East Security (Palgrave Press, 2001); “Conceptualizing Security in the Middle East: Israel and a Palestinian State,” in Tami Jacoby and Brent Sasley, eds., Redefining Security in the Middle East (Manchester University Press, 2002); and “Arafat’s Dueling Dilemmas: Succes-sion and the Peace Process” which appeared in Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA), Vol. 6, No. 1, March 2002. Her forthcoming book, The Future of Turkish Foreign Policy, edited with Dimitris Keridis, will be published by MIT Press in 2003. She has recently been awarded a grant by the Kuwait Research Fund of the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University for research on Kuwait’s national security.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Lenore G. Martin

  • Assessing the Impact of U.S.-Israeli Relations on the Arab World

    July 01, 2003

    Authored by Dr. Lenore G. Martin.
    The author addresses the challenge that U.S. policymakers face in managing relations with numerous regional allies, including Israel and a host of moderate Arab states. These states often maintain differing concerns and are responding to diverse domestic and international pressures when they seek to influence the United States. These regional concerns and interests are thoroughly analyzed throughout this monograph.