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Hixson is a columnist and contributing editor for the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA), a 76-page magazine published 8 times per year in Washington, DC, that focuses on news and analysis from and about the Middle East and U.S. policy in that region. WRMEA is published by the American Educational Trust (AET), a non-profit foundation incorporated in Washington, DC that provides the American public with balanced and accurate information concerning U.S. relations with Middle Eastern states.

LBJ Tops Trump in History’s Recount

Former AIPAC Insiders Condemn Lobby in New Israeli Documentary

Middle East Books Review: Enforcing Silence: Academic Freedom, Palestine and the Criticism of Israel

How “Settler Colonialism” Can Help us Understand Israel—and the U.S.

The Zionist Campaign Against Free Speech On Campus

Historical “Moments” and the Hope for Change

Happy Anniversary U.N.! Washington and Tel Aviv Send Their Usual Contempt

Israel: Never Missing an Opportunity

Middle East Books Review: The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonial Conquest and Resistance, 1917-2017

JVP Mobilizing for Greater Political Impact Behind Palestinian Rights

Zionist Narrative Distorts History

Over-reacting to Russia: An American Obsession

Middle East Books Review: Blind Spot: America and the Palestinians, From Balfour to Trump

WINEP Authors Continue to Produce Pro-Israel Propaganda

Covenant Brothers: ­Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations

Rise and Kill First: The Secret History of Israel’s Targeted Assassinations

Middle East Ranks High in President Trump’s Foreign Policy Failures

From Right of Return To Right to Starve and Kill

Our American Israel: The Story of an Entangled Alliance

Introducing Nuclear Weapons to the Middle East

Occupation of The Atlantic Mind

Israel’s Armor: The Israel Lobby and the First Generation of the Palestine Conflict

Historian’s News Network

What’s To Be Done with North Korea?

Finding a Way Out in Afghanistan

Akron Beacon-Journal

UA Professor: Current Crisis Rooted in Ignorance of History

Exit Afghanistan, With Diplomacy