Mr. Michael D. Evans is one of the most-viewed Middle East analysts in the United States, and is one of the most widely read authors in America on books on the Middle East. He is a New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, B. Dalton, Barnes and Noble.com and Amazon.com bestselling author.
Mr. Evans’ book, Showdown with Nuclear Iran released in 2006 became a New York Times and Amazon.com bestseller. The book was endorsed by General Moshe Ya’alon, former Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces. He is also the author of 24 books including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, USA Today, Amazon #1, and Barnes and Noble.com #1 bestseller, The American Prophecies, as well as the New York Times bestseller, Beyond Iraq: The Next Move, and the Time Magazine bestseller, The Return. Mr. Evans wrote Beyond Iraq in eleven days, and launched the book eight weeks later in New York City.
Mike Evans has appeared on "Nightline", "Good Morning, America", CNN World News, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, MSNBC, and the BBC. His articles have appeared in publications worldwide, from the Wall Street Journal to the Jerusalem Post.
Mr. Evans is the author of 42 books. The American Prophecies, his latest book by Time Warner, debuted in August at No. 10 on the New York Times list, and achieved Top Ten status twice more. In 2003, Beyond Iraq: The Next Move, was a New York Times bestseller. The book deals with the strategic changes that may take place in Iraq and the Middle East, and why.
Mike Evans was one of a handful of journalists permitted in the press pool at the Royal Palace in Madrid, and was the first journalist to confront James Baker during that press conference. Mr. Evans was also one of a select few journalists permitted to travel in a press pool with Mohammed Khalid, the Commander of the Arab Multi-national Forces during the Persian Gulf War in 1991.
At the UN in Geneva, Mr. Evans challenged Yasser Arafat to renounce the PLO Covenant that calls for the destruction of the Jewish State. He was also among the journalists permitted to interview Mohammed Khalid, the commander of the Arab Multi-national forces during the Persian Gulf War in 1991.
Mr. Evans has produced and hosted 12 award-winning documentaries on the Middle East. He has written numerous articles on terrorism in the Middle East and Israel. Mr. Evans has covered most of the significant events that have transpired in the Middle East, including the 43rd General Assembly in Geneva in 1988 (where Yasser Arafat officially denounced terrorism), the Madrid Peace Conference in 1991, the White House Peace Accords in 1993, the State Funeral of Yitzhak Rabin, etc.