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Among Hillary Clinton's Recently Leaked Emails, Wide-Ranging References to UN
Dulcie Leimbach is the editor of PassBlue and a fellow at the ...
The Crisis in Egypt Today: An Interview With Mohammad Fadel
Middle East and North African Studies Program, Northwestern Un...
"The situation in Egypt in terms of the objective, day-to-day circumstances of living, have been difficult for a long time and they became more difficult after the revolution and removal of Mubarak. But returning to the security state is precisely the
The Curious Case of ElBaradei
Writer and Commentator on Egypt and the Middle East.
Are we to condemn ElBaradei for this apparent hypocrisy, or commend him for his altruism in becoming involved in a process for the greater good of the country that he would otherwise reject?
A Democratic Roadmap for Egypt
Mohammed Khalid Alyahya
Saudi political commentator
The fact remains that Morsi was a democratically elected president. Those who voted for him have every right to demand the contract they entered be honored.
Egypt: Haven't We Learned Our Lesson!
Jehan S. Harney
Filmmaker, journalist and commentator www.JehanPost.com - www....
After the second wave of the Egyptian revolution, the interim declaration should have clearly spelled out the ultimate vision for the new Egypt: A country based on humanity, equality, justice, and freedom for all.
Restore Egypt's Elected Government
Director, Center for Sustainable Development and Sustainable D...
American politicians and pundits know almost nothing about Egypt but were quick to endorse the military coup against Morsi. The reason is Islamophobia: the biased U.S. presumption that Morsi's fall is simply the result of Islamist authoritarianism. The truth is a little more complicated.
The Balance of Power: Egypt, the Brotherhood and the Regional Dynamics Beyond Morsi
Retired British officer/pilot in NYC; expert on the instrument...
Being Egypt's first freely elected President and overturned by its own Army just a year later will not instill confidence in the International Community for future Syrian political initiatives
A Gift From the United States to Mideast Zealots
Robert Scheer has built a reputation for strong social and pol...
Embarrassingly, our law professor president refuses to label the arrest of Egypt's freely elected president by the military a coup because that would trigger an end to the $1.5 billion in U.S. aid as a matter of law.
'Dire Need' Of Reconciliation
Meet The Egyptian Rebel Who 'Owns' Tahrir Square
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The Egyptian Coup Is a Bad Precedent for All Democracies
James Marshall Crotty
Forbes Education Columnist; Author, 'How to Talk American'; Di...
Egypt Speaks, Again
Adil E. Shamoo
Foreign Policy In Focus (FPIF) columnist
The people we met in Egypt, expressing their most heartfelt desires to strangers, want to work side-by-side with all of their fellow Egyptians in a nation that has always been a leader in the Arab world. They want to work. They want a chance to prosper. They want a future for their children.
ElBaradei Favorite To Head Interim Government
Morsi's Last Chance
Adil E. Shamoo
Foreign Policy In Focus (FPIF) columnist
In light of the recent unrest, it's increasingly difficult to overlook the illiberal currents at work in Egypt's constitutional process. In the past, I have been very optimistic about the future of Egypt's revolution. But now Morsi has to prove himself worthy of that trust.
The Reason for Morsi's Power-Grab (and Retreat)
Feisal G. Mohamed
Professor, CUNY Graduate Center
Morsi's authoritarian declaration may have prevented even more authoritarian measures that would slow down the transition and frustrate democracy.
Egypt Now Needs Activism 2.0
Assoc. Professor of Practice in Journalism at American Univers...
Depressed, disillusioned and detracted from the political debates, many Egyptians are disappointed that they are left with a choice to pick between "the lesser of two evils."
Democracy's Pulse in Egypt
Howard Steven Friedman
Statistician and health economist for the United Nations; Teac...
Egypt has gone through great changes in a short period of time. It shocked the world when the protests, known here as the 25 January Revolution, overthrew the Mubarak regime. Now Egyptians and foreigners alike are eagerly anticipating the next steps.
The Movers Of Egypt's Revolution
ElBaradei New Syria Envoy?
Egypt's Unfinished and Unfinishable Revolution: Three Scenarios
Award-Winning Author, Personal Coach, Intercultural Expert, Pu...
The current political situation in Egypt is a complex weave of shifting alliances, jostling for power, democratic aspirations, and fear -- fear of losing long-held privileges, of skeletons in closets, and of what tomorrow could bring.
Whether in Egypt or America, It Takes Organization to Win
President, Arab American Institute; author, 'Arab Voices'
With elections in Tunisia happening this week, and with Egypt's just around the corner, we need to be prepared to accept an outcome that may be disappointing to some, but should not be surprising to anyone.
Egypt's Revolutionaries Face Constitutional Battle
Media Scholar and lecturer, Georgetown University
While February 11 was celebrated like any major feat, most realize that the end of a regime is not simply the fall of its patriarch, but rather the dismantling of the structure that anchored him.
Mubarak's Exit and America's Choice
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Massac...
In cases in which an Islamist party was elected fairly to power, democracy was indeed dismantled, but not by the Islamists. It was dismantled by the paranoid reaction of America and its allies.
Who Is the Egyptian Mandela?
Founder of Boots Road Group LLC, a digital marketing agency fo...
In the past, in order for non-violence to win out over rage and retribution, it has required a single hero -- but the revolution in Egypt hasn't had that.
Democracy? They'll Get Back to You on That
Wordsmith in Chief, Prime Prose LLC
The nation of Egypt is one of the world's great civilizations, with an honored tradition that traces back for many thousands
Mubarak to Resign When
Musical Officially Premieres
The announcement adds more pressure to the show's opening night, which was just postponed for the 45th time following technical problems that caused some of the actors' heads to accidentally explode.
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