As the current revolts in the Middle East demonstrate, the democracy-versus-stability debate rests on a false dichotomy.
What will we eventually call this historic wave of peaceful protests and solidarity that’s spreading around the world?
Are we seeing a revolution in the Middle East or just a rebranding of military dictatorships?
The Algerian regime is trying to prevent the winds of change from blowing in from Egypt and Tunisia. How long can it hold out?
Recently back from Egypt, Code Pink’s Medea Benjamin talks about the reception of Americans in Tahrir Square, the future of revolution in the region, and how the U.S. government should react.
We should support the Egyptian miracle by cutting military aid and shifting it to support what will actually help Egyptians improve their standard of living.
In our special focus on Islamophobia, FPIF talks to Middle East specialist Phyllis Bennis.
The United States is losing patience with Egyptian government.
Tunisia is known for exporting olive oil and deglet nour dates but is pleased to add revolution as one of its principal items of export.
As we’ve watched the dramatic events in the Middle East, you would hardly know that we had a thing to do with them.
Can a TV show change the way Americans look at Muslims?
President Obama’s proposed budget offers no real cuts to the Pentagon, and further spreads the divide between Defense and State Departments spending.
Many Americans are starving for a cable news channel that covers international affairs in depth.
Let’s invest in diplomacy again by expanding the Peace Corps and making it more inclusive.
A series of links symbolizing the key moments that led to victory for the people of Egypt and to honor their inspiring call for democracy. From desperation to celebration!