One man, one vote, one time.
It’s worth celebrating the peaceful transfer of power.
The U.S. should push for a postponement.
An activist speaks.
Sisi may be a flawed ruler, but he’s not the reason for Islamic State’s violence.
Arab democracy is not only possible, but the best way to defeat Islamism.
As long as Palestinians are led by selfish and corrupt leaders, the two-state solution is unrealistic.
Islamic extremism cannot be defeated without arms, but it cannot be defeated by arms alone.
Stability, and perhaps more democracy.
Caught between dictators and fanatics.
The overthrow of Mubarak and the victory of Hamas.
“Today’s America does not care about our aspirations for freedom.”
The human-rights activist Bassem Eid, who describes himself as “a proud Palestinian who grew up in a refugee camp,” argues that if Palestinians want to. . .
The PA president may not believe in the murderous ideology of Hamas, and he has proved willing to cooperate with Israel in preventing terrorist attacks. . .