The majority won by the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt’s parliamentary elections presents its ruling junta with challenges.
After Islamist parties won three elections in a row, Chicken Littles threw up their hands in horror.
The U.S. will likely leave Syria to the Arab League and avoid pressing SCAF over transparency in the upcoming Egyptian elections.
The Obama administration refuses to make military aid to Egypt contingent upon the degree to which it embraces democracy.
With the Arab uprisings reconfiguring the regional political landscape, the time has come for America to regain the trust and goodwill of the Islamic world. The clock is ticking fast.
Is political Islam poised to “hijack” the Arab Spring, and why does that scare so many people?
Israeli denunciations of the “Arab Spring” are counterproductive because they only reinforce the perception that Israel supports dictatorial rule in the region.
Human rights standards may not be met in this trial, but the more essential purpose is to prove there’s no going back.
Warily eyeing Cairo’s new foreign policy positions, Washington should instead take a position of strategic patience.
New Internationalism director breaks down the how the revolutionary process in Egypt has met its match in the power struggles over the Egypt-Gaza border.
The Arab Spring is the most profound foreign policy challenge facing the United States, and Washington’s response could help shape the course of the Middle East for decades.
The only foundation that will work is that of international law and human rights. Until then, the Arab Spring will not blossom from the long Palestinian and Israeli winter.
Democracy Spring? The Great Neocon Refudiation?
All the members of the committee writing Egypt’s new constitution are men.
The attack on the public service unions in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana is the first volley in an all-out war by conservatives on all unions.