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by: Syed Ashraf Ali 2010-8-9
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the spiritual and political leader of India, worked tirelessly to make India independent of British rule. His teaching was based on the power of love...

by: By Abdellah Al-Derazi 2010-6-14
As Bahrain heads toward elections for the lower house of Parliament in September or October, a climate of public unhappiness with the incumbents prevails...

by: By Saif Nasrawi 2009-12-13
While Western and Egyptian media have been preoccupied in recent years with small demonstrations in downtown Cairo protesting the widely-held belief that President Hosni Mubarak is grooming his son Gamal for the presidency, they have missed the bigger story: A rising labor force has become Egypt’s most effective political force...

by: Bassam Bounenni 2009-7-13
Held in Geneva in late June, the conference of the International Association of Tunisian Expatriates (IATE) provoked the ire of the Tunisian authorities. Several human-rights activists and lawyers were intimidated or assaulted by plainclothes police at the Tunis-Carthage airport just for having attended the Geneva meeting and backing the basic rights of hundreds of exiled Tunisians to return home...

by: By Richard N. Haass 2009-5-14
There are many recurring debates in American foreign policy - for example, isolationism versus internationalism, and unilateralism versus multilateralism. But no debate is more persistent than that between those who believe that American foreign policy’s principal purpose should be to influence the external behavior of other states and those who hold that it should be to shape their internal nature...

by: Daily Star staff 2009-3-19
Egyptian-Swiss Muslim scholar and Oxford professor Tariq Ramadan argued during a lecture at the American University of Beirut (AUB) that US relations with the Muslim world will only improve if the United States becomes more honest in its dealings with Muslim-majority nations, a university statement said on Thursday..

by: Amr Hamzawy and Mohammad J. Herzallah 2008-4-17
On April 8, Egypt held its local council elections after a two-year postponement. Alleging that the results of the elections were largely predetermined by the regime, the Muslim Brotherhood, the main opposition force in the country, announced on April 6 that it would be boycotting the elections. The Islamist movement also stepped up its confrontational rhetoric and called on all Egyptians to join the boycott. Mehdi Akef, the general guide of the Brotherhood, warned that the government’..

by: Aditya Ganapathiraju 2008-3-11
Kosovo, a small territory where primarily ethnic Albanians reside, announced its independence from Serbia last month...

by: Ahmed Yousef 2008-2-17
Many Western observers, politicians and journalists considered the recent breach of the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt a victory for the Hamas movement. Some viewed it as the beginning of the end of the siege imposed on the Palestinian people...

by: Tulin Daloglu 2008-2-11
There’s a Turkish saying: "Thursday’s coming is clear from Wednesday." It’s just not clear what Thursday will bring. Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has joined with the opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) to introduce a constitutional amendment allowing women to wear headscarves in public universities...

2008-2-6
When Saad Tawfiq watched then-US Secretary of state Colin Powell’s presentation to the United Nations on February 5, 2003, he shed bitter tears as he realized he had risked his life and those of his loved ones for nothing...

2008-1-16
Anticipating the arrival of US President George W. Bush on Wednesday, Egyptian Islamists, liberals and leftists found common ground on Tuesday in criticizing the controversial leader’s planned four-hour visit to the Red Sea coast...

by: Steven A. Cook 2008-1-7
While the heady days of the so-called Arab Spring of 2005 and the soaring rhetoric of President George W. Bush’s "forward strategy of freedom" are long past, the question of whether and how the United States should promote democracy in the Middle East is still debated...

by: Ghanie Ghaussy 2007-12-21
In the debate around regulatory policy (managed policy), the "principle of the social state" - that is the harmonization of social differences ("social question") - plays a key role. In several Western countries, and a fortiori in Germany, the principle of the social state is even enshrined in the Constitution (foundation law, articles 20 and 21). One-hundred-and-twenty years ago, and after heated discussions and claims to resolve the social question, the principle of the social state ..

by: Mohammed Herzallah , Amr Hamzawy 2007-11-3
Recently the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood issued a draft of its first ever political party platform, making major strides toward a comprehensive public policy program espousing freedom of expression and pluralistic politics - ideals that were previously immaterial to Islamist discourse in Egypt..

by: Rami G. Khouri 2007-11-1
The main Middle Eastern issue being discussed in the US these days is not Iraq, Arab-Israeli peacemaking, or Turkish-Kurdish-Iraqi tensions, but rather what to do about Iran and its perceived threat to the region, the US and the world...