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by: Christopher Gooch 2009-10-11
President George W. Bush’s second term in office witnessed a rise in democratically elected Islamist groups in the Middle East. In the 2005 Lebanese elections, Hezbollah won 10.9 percent of the parliamentary seats...

by: Kendall Scott 2009-7-12
With this simple question, the international phenomenon known as Twitter was born. And, following in the footsteps of Facebook and YouTube, has quickly become the latest in a series of networking obsessions to sweep the World Wide Web. ..

by: Noorulain Khawaja 2009-7-12
The United States is a melting pot, a country that is very diverse in regards to religious affiliation. Although the U.S. has long been a Christian nation, it is worth noting that the percentage of people who call themselves Christian has dropped 11% in a generation—18 years to be exact. According to a Pew Forum survey, which conducted 35,000 interviews in total, 78.4% of American adults now identify as Christian, 16.1% as unaffiliated, and 4.7% as following other religions, including..

by: Kara Bentley 2008-8-10
It’s not just the world view of the American government that has slipped in the past few years; it’s the view of American citizens and businesses too. Keith Reinhard aims to find a business-oriented solution to the problem through his organization Business for Diplomatic Action...

2008-8-4
Conspiracy theories often substitute for fact in the Arab world. Mohamed Abdel Salam helps to define different frameworks by which conspiracy theories operate within the Middle East. Click here to open the article in pdf format ..

by: Elizabeth Broadwin 2007-11-29
As Ramadan gets under way Muslims are turning to faith, family, and Facebook.com, a Web-based social networking site that hosts groups, like Are You Ready for Ramadan?, devoted to the celebration of the holy month. Ramadan well-wishers however, are not the only ones expressing themselves on Facebook, which boasts over 41 million active users worldwide...

by: Elizabeth Broadwin 2007-11-29
“With our usual genius for timing AEI [the American Enterprise Institute] just scheduled this seminar on the subject The Suicide of Reason just after Columbia University held what it styled a discussion session with a terrorist madman who is delighted to have American blood on his hands and whose madness, as Lee Harris will tell us, has a method to it.”..

by: Kara Bentley 2007-11-28
It’s not just the world view of the American government that has slipped in the past few years; it’s the view of American citizens and businesses too. Keith Reinhard aims to find a business-oriented solution to the problem through his organization Business for Diplomatic Action..

by: Taqrir 2007-11-28
What are you hoping that this new analysis paper, “A Switch in Time,” for which you are the principle author, will actually achieve considering the fact that we have heard so many people say previously that the way the United States is handling the situation in Iraq is not working and that there are better ways of doing things, yet arguably things have not changed that much? Do you have any reason to expect that this paper may produce some positive changes on the ground?..