Fouad Ajami (1945–2014) was a Lebanese-born American university professor and a prolific writer on Middle Eastern issues. His writings include more than four hundred essays on Arab and Islamic politics, US foreign policy, and contemporary international history. Ajami received numerous awards, including the MacArthur Fellows Award and the National Medal of the Humanities. His writings charted the road to 9/11, the Iraq War, and the US presence in the Arab-Islamic world.
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