Husain Haqqani is 'the director of the Center for International Relations and an associate professor at Boston University. He is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and co-chair of Hudson Institute’s Project on Islam and Democracy" and a scholar with Hudson's Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World'. 
"He has contributed to numerous international publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Foreign Policy, The New Republic and The Financial Times. He regularly comments on Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Islamic politics and extremism on BBC, C-Span, CNN, NBC, Fox News and ABC. He has also written and spoken extensively on U.S. relations with the Muslim world." 
Haqqani is presently a co-Chair at the Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World established at the Hudson Institute by the neoconservative Hillel Fradkin.
Previously he has collaborated with another neocon pundit, Stephen Schwartz on the Institute for Islamic Progress and Peace. While on a tour Schwartz to promote the think tank, both were reported attacking mainstream American Muslim organizations. They claimed that "[e]xtremists dominate all of the major Muslim advocacy groups". According to the Cleveland Jewish News, Haqqani said:
- There are 1.2 billion Muslims in the world and only 18% of them are Arabs, Haqqani points out. In the U.S., only 200,000 of the 4 million Muslims are Arabs. Furthermore, only one-third of the Arabs in the U.S. are Muslim. A little more than half of one percent of American Muslims are Palestinian.
- "Yet Muslim leadership in America focuses on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as its core issue,"...
Haqqani and Schwartz then went on to say:
- The Jewish lobby has to organize, write letters, and continue to contribute to politicians to counter the Saudi lobby, which has extraordinary influence in Washington 
- Husain Haqqani, America's new alliance with Pakistan: Avoiding the traps of the past (Policy brief), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January 1, 2002. ASIN B0006S10M8
- Husain Haqqani, Pakistan Between Mosque and Military, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, July 2005. ISBN 0870032143
- Hillel Fradkin, Husain Haqqani, "Islamism and Terrorism: The Ideological Dimension", Introduction to Current Trends in Islamist Ideology vol. 1, Hudson Institute, May 19th, 2005.
- Husain Haqqani, "The Ideologies of South Asian Jihadi Groups", in Current Trends in Islamist Ideology vol. 1, Hudson Institute, May 19, 2005
- Hillel Fradkin, Husain Haqqani, "Islamism and Terrorism: The Ideological Dimension", Forward, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology vol. 2, Hudson Institute, September 12, 2005.
- Husain Haqqani, "India's Islamist Groups", in Current Trends in Islamist Ideology vol. 3, Hudson Institute, February 16, 2006.
- Profile: Husain Haqqani, Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World, Hudson Institute (accessed April 2, 2006).
- "Husain Haqqani: Visiting Scholar", Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, undated, accessed May 2006.
Articles by Haqqani
- Archive of Articles by Husain Haqqani,Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, undated, accessed May 2006.
- Husain Haqqani, "Bush's Hypocritical oath: Speak No Evil", The New Republic, January 27, 2005. (Sub req'd).
- Husain Haqqani & Daniel Kimmage, The Online Bios of Iraq's "Martyrs": Suicidology", The New Republic, September 26, 2005. (Sub req'd).
- Husain Haqqani, "Let Pakistanis Elect their Leader", Gulf News, June 7, 2006.
- Husain Haqqani, "Challenges for Moderate Muslims", Center for Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World, Hudson Institute, May 31, 2006.
- Marilyn Karfeld, "Muslim majority is tired of extremists," Cleveland Jewish News, February 13, 2004.
- Jim Lobe, "US: From nation-building to religion-building," Asia Times, April 9, 2004.
- Husain Haqqani Outlines Four Trouble Spots in Pakistan-U.S. Relations, JINSA Online, April 27, 2004