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Steven Simon

Steven Simon is a Senior Fellow at the Middle East Institute based in Washington, D.C. [1] Previously, he was the Executive Director IISS-US and Corresponding Director IISS-Middle East [2] and former United States National Security Council senior director, for the Middle East and North Africa.[3] He was Hasib J. Sabbagh Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies, at the Council on Foreign Relations. He was a Spring 2008 Berlin Prize Fellow.


  • "The Price of the Surge", Foreign Policy, May/June 2008
  • "Can the Right War Be Won?", Foreign Policy, July/August 2009
  • "Why We Should Put Jihad on Trial". The New York Times. November 17, 2009. 
  • Daniel Benjamin, Steven Simon, The Age of Sacred Terror. Radical Islam's War Against America, Random House, New York 2002, ISBN 978-0-375-50859-2
  • Daniel Benjamin, Steven Simon (2006). The Next Attack: The Failure of the War on Terror and a Strategy for Getting it Right. Macmillan.  
  • Dana H. Allin, Steven Simon (2011). The sixth crisis: Iran, Israel, America and the rumors of war.  


  1. ^ Robert Ford and Steven Simon Joining MEI as Senior Fellows MEI, April 23, 2014. Retrieved May 5, 2014.
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