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Arab Spring Should Follow Turkey
Political Science Student, University of Toronto
The sharia has recently been adopted in Libya after the death of Gaddafi, and the Muslim Brotherhood have won in Egypt. What will be the fate of the Arab world if recent revolutions take the same path as Iran and Saudi Arabia?
The Lessons of Tahrir Square
Veteran Journalist, Author
Tahrir Square, epicenter of the earthquake that ousted Egypt's western-backed dictator, Hosni Mubarak, is quiet -- for the moment.
Egypt's Uncertain Vote
Toni Johnson is vice president of knowledge and influence for ...
Egyptians headed to the polls Monday in the first parliamentary elections since the ouster of former president Hosni Mubarak. The outcome of the election is being closely watched.
Egypt Elections: Renewed Street Clashes Pose Dilemma For Popular Muslim Brotherhood
The Arab Spring: Political Reforms Must Be Accompanied by Economic Developments
Senior Fellow, Center for Global Affairs, NYU
No Arab country is ready for rapid and comprehensive democratic reforms without an orderly and purposeful transitional period that would be accompanied (if not preceded) by economic development programs.
Democracy Cannot Be Exported or Imposed
Administrator, United Nations Development Programme
Democracy must come from the will of the people. The rest of us can support nations on the path they lay out for themselves to meet their aspirations for equity, inclusiveness and empowerment.
Netanyahu and Lieberman Are Missing the Arab Spring
Professor of Psychology and Philosophy, Tel Aviv University
In periods of change and uncertainty, the most important thing is to keep an open mind and to question old certainties and paradigms. Sure enough, Israel's current political leadership has done nothing of the sort.
Islamists and the Problem of Double Discourse
Professor of Islam and Global Affairs, The University of Delaw...
I hope that the Tunisian people demand that all political parties, Islamists and non-Islamists, release a draft of the kind of constitution that they envisage for Tunisia.
Why the U.S. Should Welcome Arab Democracy
Chairman and CEO, Mogahed Consulting
Many fear democracy in the Middle East risks anti-American groups coming to power. But according to Gallup research, the U.S. would do well to embrace a democratic Arab world as consistent with our interests and values. Here's why.
Don't Want to Rain on Your Cairo Parade, But the Army's Still in Charge
Richard Z. Chesnoff
Veteran of more than 40 years of global news work
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