Tag Archives | Egypt
Fighting for Survival in the Sinai: Egypt’s Convenient War
by Ramzy Baroud October 29, 2014
A New Egypt: When Silence Can Kill
by Christopher Bing October 26, 2014
Decent Respect: Britain’s Vote on Palestine
by Uri Avnery October 21, 2014
When Winning is not the Goal: Why Israel did not Defeat Hamas
by Shaiel Ben-Ephraim September 21, 2014
An Examination of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in a Broader Context
by Peter Brampton Koelle August 20, 2014
The Problem with Solving Gaza is that Both Sides are Just Preparing for Another War
by Uri Avnery August 16, 2014
Is Turkey’s Future a Liberal One?
by Michael Koplow August 15, 2014
Saudi Arabia’s Regional Dual-Strategy
by Shahed Ghoreishi August 2, 2014
What Did the Arab Spring Accomplish?
by John Price July 30, 2014
Why a Gaza Ceasefire is so Difficult
by Michael Koplow July 16, 2014
Netanyahu’s Unwinnable War
by Ramzy Baroud July 16, 2014
Winning the Peace in Libya
by Caroline Holmund July 13, 2014
What Role Will Turkey Play in Brokering a Gaza Ceasefire?
by Michael Koplow July 11, 2014
The Pressure is on Morocco’s PJD Party Over its Human Rights Records
The War on Al Jazeera: Egypt, False News and the Journalistic Code
by Binoy Kampmark June 25, 2014
Reporting the Middle East: Please Go Back to the Streets
by Ramzy Baroud June 5, 2014
The Rise and Fall of Political Islam in Egypt
by Vinayak Rajesekhar May 30, 2014
by Joshua Miller May 29, 2014
Welcome to CNN’s Yemen
by Ramzy Baroud May 15, 2014
Three Short Stories about Israel and the Palestinian Authority
Why Obama has Foreign Policy about Right
by Daniel Wagner May 4, 2014
After Morsi, Injustice Persists for Egypt’s Copts
by Johannes Makar May 4, 2014
Despite its Detractors, the film, The Rise of al-Qaeda has its Many Supporters
by John Price April 28, 2014
Keep Your Friends Close, But Your Enemies Closer
by John Price April 8, 2014
The Cycle of Violence: Egypt’s Military Solution
by Binoy Kampmark March 28, 2014
Arab League Summit in Kuwait: Seeking Solidarity?
by Sufyan bin Uzayr March 26, 2014
Israel’s Two-Step Solution to African ‘Infiltrators’
by John-Paul Rantac March 25, 2014
In Spite of Turmoil, Egypt and Israel have Maintained Bilateral Relations
Hamas and Hezbollah at Loggerheads over Syria
Let’s Call a Putsch a Putsch
by Peter Lee January 26, 2014
Egypt’s Referendum: ’98 Percent Back New Constitution’
by BBC January 18, 2014
The Necessity of Rethinking U.S. Middle East Policy
Can Qatar Regain Influence in Egypt?
2013 Was the Year of Setbacks for the Arab World
by Ramzy Baroud December 25, 2013
Is Gaza Paying the Price for Geneva’s Iran Deal?
Is the Military taking Egypt a step back on the Road to Democracy?
Partitioning North Africa and the Middle East Might be the Only Option
by John Price November 20, 2013
Has the Arab Spring Failed?
by Ramzy Baroud November 7, 2013
With Iran Negotiations Ongoing, Is there Still a Risk of War?
by Conn M. Hallinan November 6, 2013