|Thomas W. Lippman|
|Born||1940 (age 76–77)|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Known for||Journalist with expertise in the Middle East|
Thomas W. Lippman (born 1939) is a journalist and author, specializing in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia–United States relations. Lippman attended Regis High School in Manhattan and graduated from Columbia University. Lippman spent more than 30 years with The Washington Post as a writer, editor and diplomatic correspondent, also serving as the Middle East bureau chief for the Post. Lippman currently serves as an adjunct scholar at the Middle East Institute.
- Saudi Arabia on the Edge (2012)
- Arabian Knight: Colonel Bill Eddy USMC and the Rise of American Power in the Middle East (2008) Selwa Press
- Inside the Mirage: America's Fragile Partnership with Saudi Arabia (2004): This book was translated by Hussein Salah and published by Al Rehab Publishing house in Lebanon. About the translator
عنوان الكتاب (بين دهاليز السراب - العلاقات الأمريكية السعودية) ترجمة حسين صلاح
- Madeleine Albright and the New American Diplomacy (2000)
- Egypt After Nasser: Sadat, Peace, and the Mirage of Prosperity (1989)
- Understanding Islam (1995)
- Islam: Politics and Religion in the Muslim World (1982)
- The Washington Post Deskbook on Style, McGraw Hill (1989)
- "Thomas W. Lippman". Middle East Institute. Retrieved 2013-12-15.
- "Thomas Lippman - "Inside The Mirage"". The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations. December 16, 2003. Archived from the original on February 17, 2004. Retrieved 2008-12-02.
- "The Saudi-American Alliance, Part One". Public Broadcasting Service. January 6, 2006. Retrieved 2008-12-02.
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