Max Strasser

Max Strasser is an associate editor at Foreign Policy magazine. His writing has covered everything from the fishing business in Turkey to international arms fairs in London to Islamist militancy on the Egypt-Gaza border and has appeared online or in print in The Nation, The New Statesman, Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic, and elsewhere.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

When the Sun Falls over Tahrir

Once Upon a Revolution details the early years after the Tahrir uprising: a methodical, unforgiving, nearly day-by-day account of mismanaged political parties, state repression, chaos, and fear....


Camp David: The Past and Future of Peace
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