Books by Yaroslav Trofimov

Yaroslav Trofimov, who reported from the Middle East for a variety of publications during the 1990s and speaks Arabic, joined The Wall Street Journal in 1999 and became the newspaper's roving foreign correspondent for the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia


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Released: Sept. 18, 2007

"It has taken nearly 30 years to comprehend these events in their proper context, and Trofimov does excellent work in narrating them in that light."
Had there been no 11/20/79, there might never have been a 9/11/01: 20-20 hindsight meets solid journalistic and storytelling skills in this latest work by sometime Wall Street Journal correspondent Trofimov (Faith at War: A Journey on the Frontlines of Islam, from Baghdad to Timbuktu, 2005). Read full book review >
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Released: May 4, 2005

"Essential for readers walking the minefield of U.S.-Arab relations—for anyone trying to follow the news."
Eye-popping peregrinations in places where people are most likely to succeed in hating Americans—and in killing us, too. Read full book review >