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by: J. Scott Carpenter 2009-5-31
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s meeting yesterday with a group of young Egyptian activists at the State Department was a welcome and long-overdue development. ..

by: Rashad Ali 2009-5-31
The controversy sparked off by the Dutch MP Geert Wilders [1] being denied entry to the UK (he boarded a plane and landed in Heathrow only to be sent back), may have generated more publicity for his film, and therefore for his anti-Islam message, than Wilders could have hoped. It has also, arguably, fuelled the propaganda of those on the far-right who say that Muslims are succeeding in their campaign to give Islam a privileged position within British Society. They contrast Wilders’ exc..

by: Samuel Helfont 2009-5-31
Noah Feldman is one of the most prolific public intellectuals in the United States today. Fluent in Arabic, with a law degree from Yale and a D.Phil in Islamic thought from Oxford, he is a uniquely qualified participant in the battle of ideas surrounding Islam and the Middle East. Indeed, he is one of the few academics who had the courage to go beyond intellectual debates and offer to help solve America’s Middle Eastern woes...

by: Alan Johnson 2009-5-31
Reza Aslan is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at University of California, Riverside and research associate at the University of Southern California’s Center on Public Diplomacy. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities, and the Pacific Council on International Policy. He serves on the board of directors for the Ploughshares Fund and PEN USA. Aslan’s first book is the international bestselling, No god but God: The Origins,..