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Douglas Davis writes for The Spectator.
"[O]riginally from South Africa, is a London-based writer and analyst specializing in Middle East and European affairs. He has lived and worked on four continents. In Israel, he was a senior editor of the Jerusalem Post for ten years and also the Middle East Correspondent of the Australian. He now writes regularly for the Spectator in London and has been an analyst on Middle East affairs for the BBC, ITN, CNN, and Sky television, among others. He is co-author of Sharansky: The Journey Home (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York); The New Antisemitism (Profile Books, London) and Israel in the World (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London)." 
Resources and articles
- The New Antisemitism?: Debating Judeophobia in the 21st Century (Paul Iganski (Editor), Barry Kosmin (Editor)
- Natan Sharansky
- ↑ Douglas Davis, worldpoliticsreview, accessed May 31, 2010.