Arab Dictators


An inside look into the Arab dictators’ playbook

As people welcome this grandiose rhetoric from the American president they also know that his support is unreliable as amply illustrated in his position toward the Palestinian struggle against Israeli

The Determination of the Arab Revolutions

After the relatively swift triumphs of the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions in deposing their dictators earlier this year, other Arab dictators drew a different set of lessons than their populations

The New Pan-Arabism

Political pan-Arabism was a failure. Will poplar pan-Arabism be more successful? Will Arab solidarity be more than an empty slogan? Three developments are necessary at this historic moment if the

The Struggle for Middle East Democracy

It always seemed as if Arab countries were ‘on the brink.’ It turns out that they were. And those who assured us that Arab autocracies would last for decades, if

Will Violence in Libya Mean ‘Stalemate’ for Democracy Movement?

The primary goal of the uprisings throughout the Arab world is to put power back into the hands of civilians, after they have been ruled by internationally-backed tyrannical powers for

Tunisia needs International Supervision for the Upcoming July Elections

Two days ago, Dr. Iadh Ben Achour, head of the Tunisian High Council for Political Reforms and the Achievement of the Goals of the Revolution, announced that Tunisia does not

Urgent appeal

Human rights Solidarity said , it is following the situation in Libya with grave concern , on the violations which the security militias are executing against Libyan citizens, according the

Chavez’s peace plan agreed on by Gaddafi and Mousa

Al-arabiya news channel has reported that Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez has called for an international mediation effort to seek a peaceful solution to the uprising against Libyan leader Gaddafi.

Libya after Gaddafi

Speculation looms worldwide as Libya’s Dictator Gaddafi’s grip loosens on power as to who might be his successor.

A Dissent on Obama’s Nobel Speech

To my surprise, I found myself feeling quite uncomfortable during certain sections of the Obama’s Nobel speech.