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by: Blake 2009-7-27
Stability cannot be achieved by depriving social and political leaders of civil justice. Nor can it be achieved by resisting democracy and excluding the largest political force in the country from political life. By closing the doors to dialogue, the state is opening a door to chaos and extremism. The consequences will be severe, not only for Egypt but for the entire Middle East.” (Guardian, 16 March 2007)..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
The House is considering H.R.2410 this morning to authorize funding for the State Department, the United Nations and the expansion of other diplomatic programs, including the Peace Corps...

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Claims of U.S. influence in Lebanon’s elections last Sunday, including from Syria’s Al-Baath daily newspaper, point to Secretary Clinton and Vice President Biden’s pre-election visits as having impacted a March 14 victory. Moreover, theories are abound that President Obama’s speech in Cairo last week inspired the Lebanese to reject Hezbollah. Indeed, Thomas Friedman at the New York Times suggests that the March 14 victory and the Lebanese rebuff of Hezbollah and Iran is a win for Obama..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
The Middle East Institute yesterday ..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
While President Obama and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have praised the success of Lebanon’s elections in creating national consensus, ..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Morocco’s new electoral laws are likely frame women to be the winners in tomorrow’s municipal elections, reports the National. A new quota for women’s seats (12%) makes Morocco the leader in women’s political participation among Arab states. ..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Mauritania’s strongest opposition movement, the Union of Democratic Forces (RFD) ..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Clamorous calls for secession are on the rise in southern Yemen, where violence intensified during May. ..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
The Foreign Relations Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 2010 and 2011 (H.R. 2410) was approved yesterday by the House. This legislation, the first such bill introduced since 2002, aims to invigorate American diplomacy efforts through Department of State and USAID expansion and training. It also throws weight behind development as a key tenet of U.S. foreign policy...

by: Blake 2009-6-13
The Committee to Protect Journalists and the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory, both of which are media watchdog groups, ..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Moroccans head to the polls today to vote in municipal elections,..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Middle East envoy George Mitchell arrives in Damascus today..

by: Blake 2009-6-13
Yesterday, the House passed legislation (H.R.1886) provisioning conditional trade..

by: Blake 2009-6-8
Mark Lynch praised President Obama’s speech in Cairo today, calling it a triumph for public diplomacy that peacefully serves as an “invitation to conversation.” ..

by: Blake 2009-6-8
POMED’s Andrew Albertson on Obama and Democracy Promotion...

by: Blake 2009-6-8
Congressional Quarterly reports that after potentially having lost Republican support, Democrats in the House are scraping for votes for supplemental spending bill (H.R.2346) for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...

by: Blake 2009-6-8
The Libyan government’s nationalization of private media outlets ..

by: Blake 2009-6-8
Elections scheduled for tomorrow in Mauritania have been postponed in order to form a transitional government and encourage broader participation...

by: Blake 2009-6-8
The Los Angeles Times today commended President Obama for his rhetorical spirit that “moved mountains in the land of Muhammad,” but the substance of his speech has been harvested by academics the Middle East Strategy at Harvard blog. ..

by: Blake 2009-6-2
On Thursday, President Obama will address Middle Eastern audiences in a much anticipated speech at Cairo University. President Obama is expected to unveil his Administration’s foreign policy approach for the Middle East. Whether he will renew America’s longstanding commitment to..