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The following are external links related to articles by Mansoor Ijaz.
Transcripts, Interviews, Articles & Commentary with/by Mansoor Ijaz
- Selected articles written by Mansoor Ijaz posted on Benador Associates website. Many of these articles mirror those posted elsewhere on the internet.
- Panelist on Panel I: Pakistan, Conference on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and the Millennium: Prospects and Initiatives, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, February 12-13, 1996.
- "Economic Reform Today. Constructing a Market Economy," Center for International Private Enterprise, Number 2, 1996: "As Monsoor Ijaz, Chairman of Crescent Investment Management, points out, some of the best opportunities are in countries that have no history of democracy at all. He cited Russia, other former Soviet bloc nations and China as countries where good business opportunities outweigh less than ideal political systems. Investors taking a chance in unstable political environments normally exact a price: they demand a higher return on investment than they would in more stable situations."
- "The IMF And Corruption In Client Countries," National Center for Policy Analysis. Taken from Mansoor Ijaz's "The IMF's Recipe for Disaster," Wall Street Journal, June 10, 1996.
- "Corruption and Foreign Aid," National Center for Policy Analysis. Taken from Mansoor Ijaz's "A Primer on the Perils of Foreign Aid," Wall Street Journal, October 2, 1996.
- Testimony of Mansoor Ijaz, Chairman, Crescent Investment Management, LP, House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime Hearing on H.R. 748: "Prohibition on Financial Transactions With Countries Supporting Terrorism Act", June 10, 1997 (published on Federation of American Scientists website). Also see House Documents with Ijaz's testimony beginning on pages 98, 121, 125, 129, and 131.
- Mansoor Ijaz, Renewed Ties With Sudan - a Shrewd Move by Albright, Opinion, Christian Science Monitor, October 1, 1997, Page 19.
- "Pakistan's Uncertain Future," PBS Online NewsHour, October 13, 1999.
- "Pakistan After Coup," PBS Online NewsHour, October 19, 1999.
- Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, November 2, 1999: "Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs held hearings to examine the incidence of terrorism in the Middle East and South Asia, focusing on how to combat the growing problem of extremism and its by-product, terrorism, receiving testimony from Michael A. Sheehan, Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Counterterrorism, Department of State; Mansoor Ijaz, Crescent Equity Partners, New York, New York; Milton Beardon, former CIA Chief in Sudan and Pakistan, Reston, Virginia; and Frederick Starr, Johns Hopkins University Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, and Michael Krepon, Henry L. Stimson Center, both of Washington, D.C. Hearings recessed subject to call."
- "Indian Airlines Hijacking," PBS Online NewsHour, December 28, 1999. Host Margaret Warner.
- "Beware the Hidden Agenda of Pakistan's Hard-Liners," International Herald Tribune, March 25, 2000.
- "Paradise Lost, in the Name of God and Self-Determination. Kashmir: India and Pakistan twist truth as they pour guns, money into the disputed Himalayan region," Los Angeles Times (paklinks.com), May 21, 2000.
- "The Rediff Interview" with Mansoor Ijaz, November 28, 2000.
- Transcript: "Anthrax Anxiety Escalates on Capitol Hill; Anthrax Developments Rattle Investors," Lou Dobbs' Moneyline CNN, October 17, 2001.
- "Mansoor Ijaz: The Pakistan perspective," CNN, October 18, 2001: "As a private citizen, he negotiated Sudan's counter-terrorism offer to the United States in 1997. Last year, he proposed the framework for a ceasefire in Kashmir with the Indian Government. An MIT-trained nuclear physicist, ...."
- "Does Usama bin Laden Have Nuclear Weapons?" Fox News, November 13, 2001. "This partial transcript from The Big Story With John Gibson, November 12, 2001."
- Transcript: "Interview With Haron Amin; Interview With Mansoor Ijaz," CNN, November 14, 2001.
- Transcript: "Interview with Fareed Zakaria, Mansoor Ijaz," CNN, November 20, 2001. re Fareed Zakaria
- With R. James Woolsey, "How Secure Is Pakistan's Plutonium?" New York Times (ransac.org), November 28, 2001.
- Event: "Winning the War against Terrorism. Next Steps," American Enterprise Institute, November 30, 2001. Segment: "Confronting the States that Sponsor Terrorism": Participants Richard Butler, Council on Foreign Relations; Sophia Clement, French Ministry of Defense; Mansoor Ijaz, Crescent Investment Management LLC; and Richard Perle, American Enterprise Institute; Moderator: Constanze Stelzenmueller, Die Zeit (Hamburg).
- Mansoor Ijaz, "CLinton Let Bin Laden Slip Away and Metastasize", Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2001. ("Sudan offered up the terrorist and data on his network. The then-president and his advisors didn't respond President Clinton and his national security team ignored several opportunities to capture Osama bin Laden and his terrorist associates, including one as late as last year.")
- "Missing Reporter," PBS Online NewsHour, January 29, 2002.
- "Muslims Speak Out: Citizenship before civil rights," Washington Post (The Islamic Supreme Council of America), April 4, 2002.
- "Arabs and Muslims in US must quit complaining and 'police our communities of sleeper agents'," Washington Post, April 8, 2002. Needs active link.
- With Timothy Carney, "Intelligence Failure? Let's Go Back to Sudan," Washington Post (also posted by the Embassy of Sudan), June 30, 2002.
- "Think Before Jumping on Saudi-Bashing Bandwagon," Christian Science Monitor, December 5, 2002. Needs active link.
- With R. James Woolsey, "Bush Must Pressure Pakistan to end Nuclear ties with N.Korea," Lost Angeles Times; published by South Asia Tribune, January 13-19, 2003.
- With Tim Trevan, "Evidence to Justify War is Plentiful. Saddam is Building Banned Weapons and is in League with Al Qaeda," Los Angeles Times (United Jerusalem.org), January 28, 2003.
- Video Link: "Transnational Terrorism: Can We Be Safe Again?" produced by University of Virginia, February 5, 2003: Mansoor Ijaz, chairman, The Crescent Partnerships; Fox News Analyst "shares his thoughts on the possibility of future terrorist acts and answers the question, 'Can we be safe again?'"
- With James A. Abrahamson, "Rogue States, Rogue Weapons: Pakistan Must help the US," International Herald Tribune, February 7, 2003; South Asia Tribune, February 10-16, 2003.
- Transcript: "Diplomatic License. Leading International Weapons Inspectors Are in Baghdad For Important Talks," CNN, February 8, 2003.
- "Hand in Glove. Iraq and al Qaeda," National Review Online, February 18, 2003.
- "Al Qaeda's Nightmare Scenario Emerges. Does Osama bin Laden plan to become the ultimate suicide bomber?" The Weekly Standard, February 19, 2003.
- "Brain Drain. What the arrest of KSM means for the war on terror," National Review Online, March 4, 2003.
- UVA Newsmakers: Mansoor Ijaz: "Transnational Terrorism: Can We Be Safe Again?", March 6, 2003.
- "Pakistan Southwest Asia and Terrorism," Voice of America (Global Security.org), March 14, 2003.
- "Supporting Our Armed Forces: An American Muslim's Perspective. It's time for Arab- and Muslim-Americans to stand up and be counted in their support of democracy and our troops," The Weekly Standard, March 21, 2003.
- "A 'good' American citizen: Citizenship vs. civil liberties. One Muslim American's tough challenge to his community," Christian Science Monitor, April 1, 2003.
- "Pakistan Southwest Asia and Terrorism," Voice of America, April 3, 2003.
- "The War for Iraq," Voice of America, April 3, 2003.
- "The Clinton Intel Record. Deeper failures revealed," National Review Online, April 28, 2003; also published April 29, 2003.
- With Nabil Barakat and James Abrahamson, "How to Win Iraq's Hearts and Minds. Some ideas for how to rebuild Iraq," The Weekly Standard, May 5, 2003.
- "Strengthening Pakistan Helps Protect the U.S. Pervez Musharraf may be flawed, but he’s still our best bet for stability," National Review Online, June 24, 2003.
- Partial Transcript: "Tricky Business' With Pakistan," Fox News with Brit Hume (joined from London by Mansoor Ijaz), June 25, 2003.
- "Saddam and the Terrorists: A marriage - now ended," National Review Online (FindArticles), June 30, 2003.
- "Pakistan accused of not doing enough to capture bin Laden," The World Today - ABC News (Australia), September 12, 2003. Hosted by Rafael Epstein.
- "FOX Follow-Up: Mansoor Ijaz," Fox News, October 10, 2003.
- "Iran's Nuclear Ambitions," Voice of America, October 16, 2003. Hosted by Robert Einhorn.
- Speaker Transcript: Mr. Mansoor Ijaz, Chairman, Crescent Investment Management at The 34th IFPA-Fletcher Conference on National Security Strategy and Policy Security Planning and Military Transformation after Iraqi Freedom, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Building, December 2-3, 2003.
- "Pakistan's Nuclear Metastasis: How Widespread is the Cancer? The time has come to find out how much damage Pakistan's nuclear program has done--and how many rogue countries are closing in on the bomb," The Weekly Standard, January 8, 2004.
- "Sources: Terrorists Planning Iraq Attack," Fox News, January 15, 2004.
- "Not all of Pakistan's nuclear scientists were rogues," Christian Science Monitor, February 11, 2004; published February 13, 2004, in The Weekly Standard.
- "Iran's nuclear menace," Washington Times, March 7, 2004.
- "Transcript of Mansoor Ijaz’s comments on Fox this a.m.," Sister Toldjah, March 22, 2004.
- "A Dick Clarke Top Seven. Questions for commissioners," National Review Online, March 23, 2004.
- "Politicized intelligence . . .," Washington Times, March 23, 2004.
- "A Secret Weapon in the War Against Terror: Inclusion," Los Angeles Times (Benador Associates), April 20, 2004.
- Transcript: "Iran: Nuclear Weapons and the UN," Fox News Live, June 19, 2004.
- "Jihad in Chaos. The extremist ideology is in collapse," National Review Online, September 10, 2004.
- "One Way to Alienate Moderate Muslims: Deport Cat," Christian Science Monitor (Common Dreams), September 24, 2004.
- Transcript: "Dirty Wars," Produced by Allan Urri, ABC News (Australia), September 26, 2004.
- With Alfred von Liechtenstein and James Abrhamson, "Turkey's Route to Empowerment," Financial Times (Benador Associates), October 6, 2004.
- "Bin Laden’s Bluster. Al Qaeda adopts Madison Avenue gimmickry to intimidate U.S. voters," National Review Online, November 1, 2004.
- "Moderate Muslims Must Banish the Enemy Within," Financial Times (Benador Associates), July 11, 2005.
- "Protecting Islam," Christian Science Monitor (CBS News), July 14, 2005.
- "Moderate Muslims' citizenship duty," Christian Science Monitor, July 15, 2005.
- "Moderate Muslims Must Banish the Enemy Within," Financial Times (FrontPageMagazine), July 19, 2005.
- "He was working for British intelligence," Fox's Dayside with Linda Vester (johnnydollar's place), July 29, 2005: "John Loftus and Mansoor Ijaz with surprising information about the mastermind behind the London bombings."
- "VIDEO: The Links of Terror Suspect to MI6. Video and Transcript of (July 29, 2005) Fox News TV Interview with John Loftus," Global Research (Canada), August 1, 2005.
- "Terrorism’s New Operating System. Reforming our thinking," National Review Online, September 16, 2005.
- Video Link: "New Delhi Blasts," Fox News (Intelligence Summit), October 29, 2005.
- "Out of Disaster, Innovation. Averting Kashmir’s second humanitarian tragedy," National Review Online, November 16, 2005.
- "A Model Summit. Showing effective leadership in crisis. Musharraf Leads Pakistan's Disaster Management," Cal Earth Pakistan.org, November 18, 2005: "Mansoor Ijaz, chairman of Crescent Investment Management in New York just returned from the earthquake-stricken areas in northern Pakistan and Kashmir."
- "Kashmir's Earthquake - A Photo Essay," Muslims for Bush.com, November 18, 2005.
- "Highlighting Hope and Help. Dick Cheney works to win hearts and minds," National Review Online, December 21, 2005.
- Transcript: "The political implications are enormous," Fox & Friends (johnnydollar's place), January 14, 2006 (from Fox News' "terrorism analyst" Mansoor Ijaz).
- With James A. Abrahamson, Opinion: "A disabling electromagnetic pulse could be terror's next weapon," Fredericksburg.com, January 24, 2006.
- "Expert: Iran Has Nuclear Bomb," Middle East Newsline, January 29, 2006: "'The one functional device Iran has,' Mansoor Ijaz, a U.S. nuclear scientist, said, 'is the result of clandestine transfers from Pakistan's rogue black market nuclear scientist, Abdul Qadeer Khan, who sold the Iranians antiquated but highly effective Chinese bomb designs and parts, including spherical shell casings, spherical Krytron detonation switches and empirical software testing modules.'"
- "Terrorists Going Nuclear. Tehran’s recent efforts add to their history as terror masters," National Review Online, January 31, 2006.
- Robert Spencer, "Clash Reunion Tour," National Review Online (Foundation for the Defense of Democracies), February 8, 2006. See first segment by Mansoor Ijaz, identified as "an American Muslim of Pakistani origin."
- "Pens and swords," Dallas Morning News, February 12, 2006. Scroll down to Ijaz's comments re "a Danish newspaper's publishing of the Muhammad cartoons."
- Op-Ed: "Islamic truths," Los Angeles Times, February 18, 2006.
- "Un-American. A disappointing and damaging response to the Dubai deal," National Review Online, February 22, 2006. re DP World
- Opinion: "Why Dubai is good for U.S. business. Dubai Ports World is exactly the kind of bridge the US needs to the Muslim world," Christian Science Monitor, February 24, 2006.
- "Misplaced fears and phobias," Washington Times, February 25, 2006.