Muqtedar Khan is Director of International Studies
and Chair, Political Science Department at Adrian
College in Michigan.
Dr. Khan is a Non-Resident Fellow at the Brookings
Institution in Washington DC.
He earned his Ph.D. in International Relations,
Political Philosophy, and Islamic Political Thought,
from Georgetown University in May 2000.
Khan is also associated with the Center for the
Study of Islam and Democracy and the Institute for
Social Policy and Understanding.
is the author of American Muslims: Bridging Faith
and Freedom (Amana, 2002), Jihad for Jerusalem:
Identity and Strategy in International Relations
(Praeger, 2004). His forthcoming book is titled
Beyond Jihad and Crusade: Rethinking US Policy in
the Muslim World (Brookings Institution, 2004).
Khan frequently comments on BBC, CNN, FOX and VOA
TV, NPR and other radio networks. His political
commentaries appear regularly in newspapers in over
20 countries. He has also lectured in North
America, East Asia, Middle East and Europe.
Dr. Khan's column has appeared in The New York
Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal,
Newsweek (Arabic), New York Post, Newsday, Arizona
Tribune, Duluth News Tribune, The Daily Telegraph
(London), The Daily Star (Lebanon), The Daily Times
(Pakistan), Dawn (Pakistan), Q-News (UK), Al Ahram
weekly (Egypt), Hindustan Times (India), Outlook
India, The Sun (UK), Jakarta Post, Jordan Times,
Manila Times, Outlook India, Palestine Times,
Calgary Herald, The Daily Telegram (MI), San
Francisco Chronicle, Detroit Free Press, Detroit
News, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, The
Muslim Democrat, The Christian Century, Islamic
Horizons, The Message, The Globalist.com,
Beliefnet.com, Arabies Trends, Al-Mustaqbal, Saudi
Gazette, and many other periodicals world wide.
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