Subscribers should already have (or will soon have) their hard copy issues, but the online access is here. (For subscribers wishing to access the electronic edition, instructions are here. You can find information about subscribing here. Non-subscribers can purchase individual articles for a fee.)
The articles, which range from dance to narcotics smuggling, (click through to read the abstract or order a download copy if you're not a subscriber) are:
- Nicholas Rowe, "Dance and Political Credibility: The Appropriation of Dabkeh by Zionism, Pan-Arabism, and Palestinian Nationalism."
- Faten Ghosn and Amal Khoury, "Lebanon after the Civil War: Peace or the Illusion of Peace?"
- Sami E. Baroudi and Imad Salamey, "US-French Collaboration on Lebanon: How Syria's Role in Lebanon and the Middle East Contributed to a US-French Convergence."
- Ryan Gingeras, "In the Hunt for the 'Sultans of Smack:' Dope, Gangsters and the Construction of the Turkish Deep State."
And as always there is our extensive Book Review section,introduced by a Book Review article by David S. Sorenson on “Lebanon: Untangling the Web”, and our quarterly Chronology, which has appeared in every issue since 1947.