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by: David M. Faris and Stacey Philbrick Yadav 2011-3-13
Western fears of Islamist takeover in post-Mubarak Egypt are unfounded. During recent protests, the Muslim Brotherhood has demonstrated a commitment to peaceful political participation...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-4-12
Obama has reverted to Clinton-era policies in the Middle East. But Arab reformers are nostalgic for something more like Bush’s “freedom agenda,” which helped usher in a promising moment for Arab reform...

by: Sarah A. Topol 2009-12-2
Street-level clashes between fans that began over a soccer game between Algeria and Egypt last week have escalated into an international diplomatic incident that goes to the core of Egypt's identity and its waning role as Mideast powerbroker...

by: Ben White 2009-4-5
March 2009 may come to be seen as a critical month in the ending of the international community’s isolation of Hamas. Finally engaging Hamas would spell the end of hypocritical Western policy and bring the peace process in line with the realities of the Middle East..

by: Seth G. Jones and Martin C. Libicki 2008-8-6
ARLINGTON, VA. - Military might against Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups isn’t working – and no wonder. After studying the record of 648 terrorist groups between 1968 and 2006, we’ve found that military force has rarely been effective in defeating this enemy. ..

by: Mariam Ali 2008-7-24
Cairo, Egypt - Since June, Egypt’s government and Islamist opposition parties have been trading barbs over a new law designed to protect the rights of children. Reforms instituted by the law touch on issues ranging from children’s legal status to personal health issues. ..

by: Liam Stack 2008-5-12
Spread across the top of this city’s crooked skyline like a field of mushrooms, satellite dishes absorb signals beamed from across the Arab world to send images of pop stars and politicians to the throngs of families living below...

by: Ian Wilhelm 2008-2-14
Oil and conflict. These are the two topics that dominate news coverage of the Middle East. ..

by: Marc Lynch 2008-1-16
’Everywhere you turn, it is the policy of Iran to foment instability and chaos," Defense Secretary Robert Gates warned Gulf dignitaries in Bahrain last month. But in reality, everywhere you turn, from Qatar to Saudi Arabia to Egypt, you now see Iranian leaders shattering longstanding taboos by meeting cordially with their Arab counterparts. ..

by: Jill Carroll 2007-10-9
Analysts say a growing number of young fundamentalists are increasingly restless in a country that bans all religious parties...

by: Dan Murphy 2007-10-9
The regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is in the midst of one of its largest crackdowns against public dissent in a decade...