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2010-2-20
On Tuesday, February 23, 2010, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs Task Force on Religion and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy will release its final report, which focuses on strategies for better incorporating an understanding of religion into the U.S. foreign policymaking framework...

2009-11-4
Democrats in the Middle East have been fighting uphill battles to reform and open up their political space. Some governments have conceded to local demands for partial reform and relaxed political control and the advent of the internet and satellite television have provided additional safe space for emerging civic networks...

2009-11-4
President Barack Obama's election and President Barack Obama's election and post-inauguration statements on political Islam and his speeches in Turkey and Cairo have resonated well in the Muslim world, reflecting a willingness to move beyond the confrontational policy of the previous administration to a new era of "smart diplomacy"...

2009-11-3
In a much-anticipated speech in June 2009, President Barack Obama, speaking from the Egyptian capital, sought a "new beginning" in U.S. relations with the Muslim world...

2009-11-3
The Center for the Study of Islam & Democracy is organizing four "Train the Trainer" Workshops in Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, and Bahrain,..

2009-7-1
In contemporary times the focus has been on Islam and its teachings, social and political. Since the relationship between Islam and democracy is strongly debated among people with different views, to understand the opinion of people in Pakistan, a Gilani Research Foundation survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan has said. ..

2009-7-1
A Muslim professor sets out to discover America with a team of young Americans. They visited over 70 cities and more than 100 mosques on an unprecedented project interviewing countless Americans in their homes, schools, and places of worship...

2009-7-1
A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll finds Egyptians continue to view US foreign policy quite negatively and see President Obama as closely aligned with it. At the same time, Obama has much better ratings than Bush had, and there are signs of thawing feelings toward the US...

2009-7-1
Egyptian security forces have arrested a leading member of the opposition Muslim Brotherhood and three others in pre-dawn raids on Sunday, the group said on its website...

by: Laura Kasinof 2009-7-1
Seven years after Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh declared his country an ally in the US war on terror, two models of religious dialogue – one grass-roots and the other authorized at the highest echelons of Yemen’s government – are combating the rise of radicalism, though with varying degrees of success. ..

2009-7-1
The U.S. State Department has picked an official to help carry out President Barack Obama’s strategy of reaching out to Muslims around the world -- but chose not to formally announce the fact. ..

by: Tobias Grey 2009-7-1
Aslan argues that a cosmic war is distinct from a holy war, which pits rival religious groups against each other in an earthly battle: "A cosmic war is like a ritual drama in which participants act out on earth a battle they believe is actually taking place in the heavens." For Aslan, the moment President George W. Bush went on television and either intentionally or through clumsiness ..

by: Matthew Duss and Lawrence Korb 2009-7-1
Last week, Ali Gharib made the important point that what’s happening in Iran is thus far not a rejection of the Islamic republic, but a struggle over its founding principles. Reviewing Moussavi’s formal statement Saturday, Gary Sick described it as diagnosis of "a revolution gone wrong," writing that Moussavi has "issued a manifesto for a new vision of the Islamic republic."..

2009-6-15
Despite some unfortunate incidents, a majority of Muslims are very tolerant, perhaps unbeknown to President Obama. The sectarian killings in Iraq were instigated through the colonialist policy of divide and rule after invasion, since Iraqis, Shias and Sunnis, intermarried and lived together amiably throughout their history. Also contrary to President Obama’s commitment, American Muslims are still handicapped in fulfilling their obligation of Zakat since most Islamic charities are still..

by: CSID 2009-6-14
The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID) and the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED) co-hosted a panel discussion on Thursday, June 4, 2009 entitled “Analyzing Obama’s Speech to the Muslim World.” The panelists were Geneive Abdo of The Century Foundation, Richard Eisendorf of Freedom House and Will Marshall, of the Progressive Policy Institute. Radwan Masmoudi, President of CSID, moderated the panel. ..

by: Dr.Radwan Al-Masmoudy 2009-6-10
The election of President Barack Hussein Obama on November 4, 2008, meant perhaps more for the rest of the world than it did for the United States. It signified a turn away from the divisive politics of the past administration and the start of a new era of American politics grounded in the principles of justice, freedom, and good governance, both in domestic as well as foreign affairs. It is with the hope of the positive changes this new administration will bring in terms of its relati..

2009-5-17
Akbar Ahmed, Muslim Scholar and Interfaith Leader, and Andrew Natsios, former US-AID Administrator are among the latest scholars and leaders to sign the Open Letter to President Obama...

2008-7-10
The International Forum for Democratic Studies and the Journal of Democracy at the National Endowment for Democracy invite you to a discussion based on a symposium appearing in the July 2008 Journal of Democracy on Islamist Parties and Democracy..

2008-5-7
“The Draft Party Platform of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Foray Into Political Integration or Retreat Into Old Positions?” - Dr. Amr Hamzawy, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace..

2008-5-1
The Justice and Development Party (AKP) is now engaged in a political struggle with the country’s secular establishment, and the outcome is unclear...

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