Muslims and America: Internalizing the Clash of Civilizations June 7, 2010 By Steven Kull This paper was first presented at the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy’s 11th Annual Conference on April 28, 2010 Over the last six years I have been conducting a major study of publicContinue Reading

Two-thirds of Iranians Ready to Preclude Developing Nuclear Weapons in Exchange for Lifting Sanctions September 22, 2009 But Most Unwilling to Give Up Enrichment Despite Sanctions Questionnaire with Findings, Methodology (PDF) A new poll finds that two-thirds of Iranians would favor their government precluding the development of nuclear weaponsContinue Reading

Islamist Militancy in Pakistan: A View from the Provinces July 24, 2009 Companion to Pakistani Public Opinion on the Swat Conflict, Afghanistan and the U.S. By C. Christine Fair In Pakistan’s struggles with Islamist militant groups–foreign and homegrown–the country’s provinces have experienced levels of violence that differ widely by type,Continue Reading