The Arab world is getting younger, better educated, and less anti-Israel.
Simultaneously weighing values and interests.
Only Palestinians and Westerners haven’t been disillusioned.
The recent coup didn’t kill democracy—just acknowledged its death.
Despite many real disappointments, the turmoil of the past decade has also revealed signs of promise in the Middle East.
Putting in danger one of the Arab world’s largest Jewish communities.
Rabbi Yoḥanan, COVID-19, and the Arab spring.
Is the Arab Spring on its way to Gaza and the West Bank?
Will it stand up to mounting pressure from the U.S. and the Saudis?
The mullahs and the princes.
Arab democracy is not only possible, but the best way to defeat Islamism.
Dictatorships and double standards, revisited.
The only alternative to bloodshed.
Forget civil society. Focus on education.
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