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.
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.