Paul Eidelberg

Paul Eidelberg (Ph.D. University of Chicago), a professor of political science, is president and co-founder of the Foundation for Constitutional Democracy in the Middle East as well as president of the Yamin Israel Party. He is the author of many books including The Philosophy of the American Constitution, A Discourse on Statesmanship, Beyond the Secular Mind, and Judaic Man. Professor Eidelberg, who lives in Jerusalem, is a member of the Advisory Council of the Ariel Center for Policy Research and of the Editorial Board of Nativ, to which he is a frequent contributor.

A wide selection of Professor Eidelberg's policy papers can be found online on the Yamin Israel website <>.



The Clash of Two Decadent Civilizations: Toward An Hebraic Alternative, 2002

Policy Paper No. 144

Democratizing Islam, 2002

Policy Paper No. 141

A Democratic But “Racist” Solution to the Palestinian Problem, 2001

Policy Paper No. 130

Making Votes Count: They Don't in Israel!, 1999

Policy Paper No. 79


JEWISH STATESMANSHIP: LEST ISRAEL FALL: Explores the relationship between Jewish perspectives and political thought to illuminate defects in Israeli political structures and suggest remedies for the constitutional framework. ACPR Publishers, 2000 (English), Paperback, 255 pages, Tammuz Publishers, 2000 (Hebrew), Paperback, 252 pages.