Eric Brown

Hudson Institute, Senior Fellow

Eric Brown is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute, where he studies Asian and Middle East affairs, international security and development, alternative futures, and long-range strategy. He is also co-editor, with Hillel Fradkin and Husain Haqqani, of the review Current Trends in Islamist Ideology (, and has written for The American Interest, Wall Street Journal, and China Heritage Quarterly, among other periodicals. He has conducted policy research throughout the Middle East and Asia, including on how societies have been seeking to cope with radicalism. His current work focuses on U.S. alliances policy and reforming international assistance to vulnerable societies. He serves as a director of the American University of Iraq Foundation.



In the Middle East Everyone Has a Map of Their Own

The upheaval rocking the Middle East has two tendencies at its core, writes Eric Brown. The first is to retrench into narrow communities and groups, the second to seek security in larger movements, including Islamism and regional rivalry.

Eric Brown

15 Oct 2014

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