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Tag Archives | Egypt

  • via Wikimedia

    An Examination of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in a Broader Context

    by Peter Brampton Koelle
  • David Buimovitch/Reuters

    The Problem with Solving Gaza is that Both Sides are Just Preparing for Another War

    by Uri Avnery
  • Reuters

    Is Turkey’s Future a Liberal One?

    by Michael Koplow
  • State Dept. Photo

    Saudi Arabia’s Regional Dual-Strategy

    by Shahed Ghoreishi
  • via Youtube

    What Did the Arab Spring Accomplish?

    by John Price
  • Thomas Coex/Agence France-Presse

    Why a Gaza Ceasefire is so Difficult

    by Michael Koplow
  • Reuters

    Netanyahu’s Unwinnable War

    by Ramzy Baroud
  • Abdallah Doma

    Winning the Peace in Libya

    by Caroline Holmund
  • Israel Defense Forces

    What Role Will Turkey Play in Brokering a Gaza Ceasefire?

    by Michael Koplow
  • Remy Steinegger

    The Pressure is on Morocco’s PJD Party Over its Human Rights Records

    by Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
  • Asmaa Waguih

    The War on Al Jazeera: Egypt, False News and the Journalistic Code

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • elhamalawy/flickr

    Reporting the Middle East: Please Go Back to the Streets

    by Ramzy Baroud
  • Associated Press

    The Rise and Fall of Political Islam in Egypt

    by Vinayak Rajesekhar
  • Amr Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters

    Sisi’s Egypt

    by Joshua Miller
  • CNN

    Welcome to CNN’s Yemen

    by Ramzy Baroud
  • Pete Souza/White House

    Three Short Stories about Israel and the Palestinian Authority

    by Jennifer Jefferis
  • Chuck Kennedy/White House

    Why Obama has Foreign Policy about Right

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Coptic Christians protesting in 2011. Photo: Omar Robert Hamilton

    After Morsi, Injustice Persists for Egypt’s Copts

    by Johannes Makar
  • Damon Winter/The New York Times

    Despite its Detractors, the film, The Rise of al-Qaeda has its Many Supporters

    by John Price
  • President Barack Obama participates in a bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Mexico, June 18, 2012. Pete Souza/White House

    Keep Your Friends Close, But Your Enemies Closer

    by John Price
  • Residents walk past a banner for Egypt's Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters

    The Cycle of Violence: Egypt’s Military Solution

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • Arab League meeting in Cairo. Source: Bahrain Foreign Ministry

    Arab League Summit in Kuwait: Seeking Solidarity?

    by Sufyan bin Uzayr
  • A participant in a march by asylum-seekers in Jerusalem is arrested by Israeli police on 17 December 2013. Yotam Ronen/ActiveStills

    Israel’s Two-Step Solution to African ‘Infiltrators’

    by John-Paul Rantac
  • Israeli security forces seen patrolling the border between Egypt and Israel.  Tsafrir Abayov/FLASH90

    In Spite of Turmoil, Egypt and Israel have Maintained Bilateral Relations

    by Daniel Wagner
  • An elderly woman crosses a street in the Bab el-Adid district of Aleppo. Fabio Bucciarelli/AFP

    Hamas and Hezbollah at Loggerheads over Syria

    by Giorgio Cafiero
  • Scenes from Egypt, Thailand and Ukraine

    Let’s Call a Putsch a Putsch

    by Peter Lee
  • Cairo, Egypt

    Egypt’s Referendum: ’98 Percent Back New Constitution’

    by BBC
  • Protests last year between Morsi supporters and the government. Mosaab El-Shamy/AFP

    The Necessity of Rethinking U.S. Middle East Policy

    by Robert Sharp
  • Qatar's Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani.  Source: Greek Government

    Can Qatar Regain Influence in Egypt?

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Will 2014 fair any better for the Arab world?

    2013 Was the Year of Setbacks for the Arab World

    by Ramzy Baroud
  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  Source: Israeli Government

    Is Gaza Paying the Price for Geneva’s Iran Deal?

    by Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
  • Muslim Brotherhood supporter during clashes with security forces. Mosaab El-Shamy/AFP

    Is the Military taking Egypt a step back on the Road to Democracy?

    by Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
  • Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam

    Paper on Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam

    by David H. Shinn
  • Anti-Assad rally in Al-Qusayr, Syria.  Source: Freedom House

    Partitioning North Africa and the Middle East Might be the Only Option

    by John Price
  • Libyan rebel rests after a battle with Qaddafi's forces

    Has the Arab Spring Failed?

    by Ramzy Baroud
  • Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel testifying  before the House Armed Services Committee

    With Iran Negotiations Ongoing, Is there Still a Risk of War?

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • China's Hu Jintao with Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah

    Is the U.S. Losing Saudi Arabia to China?

    by Daniel Wagner
  • An employee of the Kuwait Oil Company at the al-Rawdatain field, 100 kms north of Kuwait City

    Japan’s Growing Influence in the Middle East

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Syria's President Bashar al-Assad

    Syria’s Bashar al-Assad finds a New Friend in Cairo

    by Daniel Wagner