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Opposition slam deportation of ElBaradei’s supporters from Kuwait

Tensions rise as 20 of ElBaradei's supporters abroad were deported for participating in a meeting in support of could be President Candidate Elbaradei.

Is Obama a Peacemaker or a Warmonger?

War is not cheap. Although the federal government obscures so much about its defense spending that accurate figures are difficult to procure, we do know that military spending is between

Remembering Howard Zinn

Howard Zinn (1922-2010) was a true American progressive whose life, teachings, and writings will continue to inspire generations. On matters of war and peace, he was absolute. When he spoke

Accountability for War Crimes is Imperative

President Barack Obama recently visited Dover Air Force Base where he was photographed with the flag-draped coffins of soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan and Iraq. Why did Obama do

The Peace Laureate

President Obama delivered an exceptionally well-reasonsed and appropriately humble address accepting a Nobel Prize for Peace, writes John Nichols.

The Cairo Conundrum

In his June 4, 2009 speech at Cairo University, President Barack Obama dramatically raised expectations for U.S. policy in the Middle East, among Americans and Muslims both.

The Chameleons Attack ElBaradei

The story began in an ordinary way. A dog in the street attacked a passer-by and bit his finger.

Egypt: El-Baradei, a serious candidate

CAIRO - Possible candidate for the Egyptian presidency, the former IAEA chief Mohammed El-Baradei could well become a dangerous opponent even if his chances of winning are very slim, analysts

Egypt: MB Chairman Offers Condolences On Mahfouz’s Death

Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Mohamed Mahdi Akef posted his condolences to the Egyptian people on the death of Nobel Laureate Naguib  Mahfouz who died Wednesday August 30,2006.