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2011-5-1
The decision to rely on tribal leaders was seen as a symbol of helplessness on behalf of Gaddafi. Many hoped that he has finally accepted the reality that dialogue, rather than violence, was the only way out of the Libyan revolt, says Sami Moubayed...

2011-5-1
Here we are two and one half years into the Obama Administration's efforts to resolve this matter, and the only creative ideas have come from the Palestinians, the weakest and most vulnerable party to the conflict, notes James Zogby...

2011-4-30
Israelis must come to understand that when a person has something to lose, they will work hard to maintain it, says Natalia Simanovsky...

2011-4-29
Before, women could be marginalized at will by the dictators whenever they made demands on the regime. Now, at least, they have a fighting chance, Shahin Cole and Juan Cole say..

2011-4-29
rate of poverty in Syria over the past ten years has hovered around the 30% mark, which has a negative effect on the political, social and cultural aspects of life in Syria,..

by: Ramzy Baroud 2011-4-29
The Libyan revolt seemed to take a difference course than those of other Arab countries. It represented a window of opportunity for the US and its western allies to reposition themselves,..

by: Farid Farid 2011-1-24
In the dramatic events happening in Tunisia and the Arab world, the role of media technology in political mobilization should not be underestimated. But nor should the prophetic voices of writers and intellectuals in the region, notes Farid Farid...

by: Rami G. Khouri 2011-1-19
The whole world is watching Tunisia, and especially the people of the Arab world, which shares in many ways the needs for reform that birthed Tunisia’s popular revolution, notes Rami G. Khouri...

by: Ray McGovern 2011-1-13
While US presidents and European leaders have long viewed Afghanistan as a strategic square on the global chessboard, Pakistan sees its Afghan neighbour in the context of a fierce regional rivalry with India, notes Ray McGovern...

2011-1-13
Egypt is in a 'demographic' danger that is not less severe than the other dangers that surround it and boiling inside it, says Moataz A. Fattah...

by: Leila Diab 2011-1-13
Helen Thomas should be recognized for her humane voice for the world's voiceless, while advocating social justice, democracy and freedom, says Leila Diab...

by: Hesham Hassaballa 2011-1-13
Prophet Muhammad declared that Christians and Muslims the world over are his 'citizens' - one people albeit with different faiths. The attack on Christians and churches is condemned by Islam, notes Hesham Hassaballa...

2010-12-1
Egypt awaited the final results on Tuesday of a parliamentary election that is set to deliver sweeping gains for President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party and all but shut out the Islamist opposition...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-7-31
By focusing on western demands for economic restructuring – and the personal enrichment that has accompanied it – Egypt’s ruling elites have become almost comically out of touch with their own people, says Shadi Hamid...

2010-7-10
The Salafists are the most recent converts to Islamist political involvement. Some of them are even entering candidates for elections and considering voting, a political position for which they used to condemn the Muslim Brotherhood, says François Burgat...

by: Alistair Harris 2010-7-10
When it comes to missions abroad, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the regional al Qaeda franchise headquartered in Yemen, has the distinction of being almost devastatingly successful, says Alistair Harris...