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by: Mohamed Menshawy 2010-4-3
Mubarak played into American fear by arguing that any free elections in Arab countries are likely to result in anti-Western regimes...

2010-1-28
I looked under my bed last night. Just in case. And don't tell me you haven't either...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-1-14
Al-Qaeda is spent as an ideological force in the Arab and Muslim world, so we might as well come out and say it, and, hopefully, act like it too...

by: Daniel calingaert 2010-1-14
The upcoming elections for parliament this year and for president in 2011 have raised real prospects for change in Egypt...

by: Sarah Leah Whitson 2009-6-2
All eyes and ears will be on President Obama on June 4, when he delivers his first address from an Arab country. Will he focus on preserving a close relationship with Arab governments, whatever their shortcomings, or will he gear his message to Arab citizens, suppressed for decades by authoritarian leaders? ..

by: Veronika Oleksyn 2009-4-25
The U.S. is obligated by a United Nations convention to prosecute Bush administration lawyers who allegedly drafted policies that approved the use of harsh interrogation tactics against terrorism suspects, the U.N.’s top anti-torture envoy said Friday..

by: James Zogby 2008-8-12
The 1980s were a difficult time for Arab Americans. Politicians returned our contributions, rejected our endorsements, and many effectively hung "No Arab Americans allowed" signs on their campaign doors. Back then, we wrote about this situation, calling it "the politics of exclusion."..

2008-8-12
Beating, rape, torture. Hundreds of videos on Egyptian blogger Wael Abbas’s blog misrdigital.com document these incredible acts of violence by officers in the Egyptian police force on Egyptian citizens. Abbas spoke to us in the noisy underground room ..

2008-3-31
The news went largely unreported, so you may have missed it, but last week the editor of a newspaper in Cairo was sentenced to six months in prison for spreading "false information... damaging the public interest and national stability" by reporting that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was in a coma. The judge in the case said the report, by Ibrahim Eissa, editor of Egypt’s Al-Dustour, caused panic among foreign investors and threatened Egypt’s economy...

by: Husain Haqqani 2007-12-16
Reports from Pakistan seem to confirm what some of us have known all along. Military ruler General Pervez Musharraf has already fixed the elections scheduled for January 8 and that Pakistan’s crisis is unlikely to end with the "election" of a new parliament. Washington Post’s Griff Witte quoted experts warning of "renewed chaos" as a result of the rigged vote...

by: Charles Kupchan 2007-11-29
America’s relationship with the Islamic world continues to be defined by hostile confrontation: the so-called war on terror, the bloody conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan,..

by: Sam Sedaei 2007-10-3
Regardless of how you feel about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, there is now little doubt among intelligence experts that while there is certainly a radical and irrational element to terrorism, terrorists do not attack us out of hatred for our freedoms, but they do so because we continue to place ..