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Cheryl A. Rubenberg (born January 3, 1946) is a writer and researcher specializing in the Middle East, formerly an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Florida International University. She is the author of several books about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including Israel and the American National Interest (1989), Palestinian Women: Patriarchy and Resistance in the West Bank (2001), and The Palestinians in Search of a Just Peace (2003). She is also the editor of the Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (2007).[1]

Rubenberg served on the board of advisors of "Deir Yassin Remembered," an organization founded to commemorate the 1948 Deir Yassin Massacre.



  • Palestine Liberation Organization: Its Institutional Infrastructure. Belmont, MA: Institute of Arab Studies, (IAS monograph series), 1983. ISBN 0-912031-00-X
  • Israel and the American National Interest: A Critical Examination. University of Illinois Press, 1986. ISBN 0-252-06074-1
  • The United States, Israel, and Guatemala: Interests and conflicts. Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University. Dialogues), 1988.
  • With Abbas Alnasrawi. Consistency of US Foreign Policy: The Gulf War and the Iran-Contra Affair. AAUG Monograph Series, No 23, 1989.
  • Palestinian Women: Patriarchy and Resistance in the West Bank. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001. ISBN 1-55587-956-X
  • The Palestinians: In Search of a Just Peace. Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc, 2003. ISBN 1-58826-200-6
  • (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2009. ISBN 1588266869


  1. ^ Cheryl A. Rubenberg, Middle East Policy Council, accessed August 13, 2009.

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