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by: Max 2009-6-13
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has declared that he will expose corruption and cronyism among his critics in a television special that he plans to air before the election. ..

by: Max 2009-6-13
The United States Institute of Peace hosted a talk today featuring Iraq’s deputy prime minister responsible ..

by: Max 2009-6-13
Over at Vote For Iran, Trita Parsi writes how the U.S. House of Representatives may inadvertantly be helping Ahmadinejad win the election due to some of the language in H.R.1327. Though the White House has pressed for the bill to be tabled until after the election, Parsi worries that the damage may already be done...

by: Max 2009-6-13
Democracy Digest draws attention to Dishing Democracy, a recent PBS documentary on the relationship between satellite TV and democratic change. ..

by: Max 2009-6-13
The tension is palpable. An editorial in the Financial Times notes that challenger Mir-Hossein Mousavi has “mounted an unexpectedly menacing insurgent campaign that has galvanised reformists out of years of despondency.”..

by: Max 2009-6-13
Writing for Jane’s, Christopher Boucek reports on the implications of a recent reshuffle of Saudi King Abdullah’s cabinet. Abdullah, Boucek reports, ..

by: Max 2009-6-13
The turnout for Iran’s presidential election appears to be “extraordinarily high” reports the New York Times...

by: Max 2009-6-9
The New York Times surveys the responses of a few Arab students to President Obama’s speech in Cairo. Sulafah Al Shami, a Jordanian student, called it “a big break from the tone and style that President Bush employed in addressing the Arab world.”..

by: Max 2009-6-8
At 6:10am EST, President Barack Obama delivered his highly anticipated speech to the Muslim world at Cairo University. ..

by: Max 2009-6-8
The second, and most highly anticipated, of Iran’s presidential debates took place last night between President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and former prime minister Mir Hossein Mousavi, the New York Times reports. ..

by: Max 2009-6-8
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace held a symposium on ..

by: Max 2009-6-8
More chatter has come down the wire on President Obama’s speech at Cairo University this morning. The Daily Star reports that many Muslim leaders have been praising Obama’s speech. Randa Achmawi, of Egypt’s Al-Ahram Hebdo wrote that “America for the first time is adopting a very wise strategy in acknowledging the other and that was clear in every word chosen by …Obama.”..

by: Max 2009-6-8
In a policy paper for the Middle East Institute, Dr. Walter Posch, Senior Research Fellow at the Austrian Defense Academy, writes that the Islamic Republic of Iran has yet to develop stable political party structures. ..

by: Max 2009-6-8
The New York Times reported on a few more reactions from the Middle East on President Obama’s speech in Cairo yesterday. In Iran, Alireza Rajaee, a political analyst, praised the president’s acknowledgment of the 1953 CIA-led coup that removed democratically-elected prime minister Mohammad Mossadegh from power. ..

by: Max 2009-6-8
In an opinion piece for the New York Times, the head of Kadima, the Israeli opposition party, Tzipi Livni applauds Barack Obama’s assertion that “Elections do not make true democracy” in his speech in Cairo yesterday...

by: Max 2009-6-8
In conjunction with a symposium held yesterday, Freedom House, Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe, and Radio Liberty have launched ..

by: Max 2009-6-8
Human Rights Watch called President Obama’s speech to the Muslim world “a welcome message that Washington would not let the prospect of empowering Islamist parties deter it from supporting democracy in the region.” ..

by: Max 2009-6-5
The New York Times surveys the responses of a few Arab students to President Obama’s speech in Cairo. Sulafah Al Shami, a Jordanian student, called it “a big break from the tone and style that President Bush employed in addressing the Arab world.”..

by: Max 2009-6-5
More chatter has come down the wire on President Obama’s speech at Cairo University this morning. The Daily Star reports that many Muslim leaders have been praising Obama’s speech. Randa Achmawi, of Egypt’s Al-Ahram Hebdo wrote that “America for the first time is adopting a very wise strategy in acknowledging the other and that was clear in every word chosen by …Obama.”..

by: Max 2009-6-2
In this past weekend’s New York Times, James Traub writes about the ideological tightrope President Obama must walk in his upcoming speech to the Muslim world in Cairo on Thursday. ..

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