U.S. support for dictators is nothing new, of course.
Most U.S. foreign aid is not meant to address poverty.
Tunisia is not the only democracy movement in the Muslim world, but will the United States provide consistent support to them all?
Will Tunisia be the beginning of the Arab world’s 1989?
Recent elections in Bahrain and Egypt reflect a growing tendency among Islamist groups to turn away from the disruptive and toward the democratic.
Despite last month’s fraudulent parliamentary elections, the Obama administration appears to continue its support for the Mubarak dictatorship in the face of growing popular resistance.
U.S. aid to Israel should be given the same scrutiny as aid to Egypt.
Egypt is gearing up for a presidential election that will likely transform the politics of this critical Middle Eastern country — and the United States can play a constructive role.
A rundown of how Obama failed to address Egyptian and Saudi repression in his address to the Muslim world.
Obama’s historic speech in Cairo marked a new beginning, but it will take action to translate his new vision into a reality.
Obama failed to address Egyptian and Saudi repression in his address to the Muslim world.
The presidential candidate has many questions to answer about the taxpayer-funded organization.
While much of the world is focused on Bush’s attempts to demonize and isolate Iran, the Islamic Republic is forging new ties with an unlikely partner, Egypt.
George W. Bush’s numbers have sunk so low that he’s decided to embrace not just a single sick patient or even a hospital full of them. This week, the president will be hugging an entire continent.