About 64 percent of surveyed Americans said it is more important to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons ― even if it
Iran is now viewed unfavorably in 14 out of 20 Arab and Muslim countries, according to a new poll by Zogby Research Services.
Nearly half of Iranians said international sanctions have hurt their personal livelihoods a great deal, according to a new Gall
The Pew Research Center conducted a poll on the U.S. public‘s views on the Middle East in early October.
U.S. and Israeli pollsters have recently surveyed public opinion about either an Israeli or U.S. attack on Iran’s suspected nuclear facilities.
A new poll finds that only one in four Americans favors Israel conducting a military strike against Iran's nuclear program.
According to a 2012 Gallup poll, Iranians are split, 40% to 35%, on nuclear military power. Half support cutting ties with countries that impose sanctions.
The Islamists Are Coming
The Islamists Are Coming, edited by Robin Wright, surveys the rise of Islamist groups in the wake of the Arab Spring. Often lumped together, the more than 50 Islamist parties with millions of followers now constitute a whole new spectrum—separate from either militants or secular parties. They will shape the new order in the world’s most volatile region more than any other political bloc. Yet they have diverse goals and different constituencies. Sometimes they are even rivals.