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by: The Economist 2006-2-2

Islam’s main political arms differ greatly in both tactics and aims. But that should not reassure America

EVER since the terrorist attacks of September 2001, George Bush has been telling Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaeda terrorist network they will fail in one of their main aims: to trigger a broad global conflict between America and its allies, and Islam. The president ..


by: The Economist 2006-2-26

Who’s isolating whom?

Despite their fear of Iran and of Islamist movements at home, most Arab regimes seem loth to co-operate wholeheartedly with America in the region

YOU can’t have it both ways, is what America’s secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, is telling Arab audiences during a tour of friendly capitals to rally sagging support for American policy in the Middle East. Y..


by: The Economist 2006-4-2

Islam’s main political arms differ greatly in both tactics and aims. But that should not reassure America

EVER since the terrorist attacks of September 2001, George Bush has been telling Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaeda terrorist network they will fail in one of their main aims: to trigger a broad global conflict between America and its allies, and Islam. The president has called Islam ..


by: The Economist 2006-6-30
Recent hopes for the steady advance of democracy are being widely stifled

TWO years ago, Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen’s president, told fellow Arab leaders to reform, or risk being swept away in a global tide of democratisation. “Trim your hair now,” he warned them, “or someone w..


by: The Economist 2007-7-26
Is there a lesson in Turkey for the future of democracy in the wider Muslim world? Yes, but approach with care. There are many paths to democracy, and the right choice varies from place to place. Turkey has an exceptional history. Simplifying mightily, its bumpy path to democratisation goes roughly as follows: set up an empire; inherit a caliphate; fight on the losing side in a world war; in desperation dissolve the caliphate and submit to the autocratic rule of a moderniser who pushes..