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Disband Yemen’s Ruling Party

Monday 3 September 2007
Jane Novak
Since Yemen ’s presidential election, the nation is experiencing several areas of instability. Crisis areas include the fourth recurrence of the (...)

Is the United States Losing Turkey ?

Sunday 2 September 2007
Rajan Menon and S. Enders Wimbush
A majority of Turks still wants to see their country firmly anchored in the West. But their patience is wearing thin because of what they (...)

Will the global ’credit crunch’ hit London property?

Wednesday 29 August 2007
Iqbal Latif
New record property sale in London: a sheikh from the Gulf has paid a huge penthouse with incredible views across Hyde Park 100 million pounds, (...)

Iraq on the Path to a Shiite Dictatorship

Tuesday 21 August 2007
By Guido Steinberg
Baghdad’s new Kurdish-Shiite coalition may end efforts at national reconciliation with the Sunnis. But a government pursuing common interests is (...)

Al Qaeda’s Travel Agent: Damascus International Airport is a hub for terrorists

Monday 20 August 2007
BY Senator joseph Lieberman
The United States is at last making significant progress against al Qaeda in Iraq—but the road to victory now requires cutting off al Qaeda’s road (...)

Muslim women caught between would-be liberators and would-be saviours

Sunday 12 August 2007
By Mona Eltahawy
The Iranian photographer and writer Haleh Anvari is fed up with being fought over by the combatants of the ‘Clash of Civilizations’. In the red (...)

What Use Were All The Wars?

Saturday 28 July 2007
By Mona Eltahawy
VELEN, Germany — If turning 40 isn’t challenging enough, try preparing for this milestone when you’re as old as one of the worst defeats Arab armies (...)

When Stalinism thrives in Tehran

Friday 27 July 2007
By Ahmed Rashid
My friend, the intellectual Kian Tajbakhsh, is in jail in Iran for, well, being an intellectual. He has had no access to a lawyer or to any (...)

The Fatah-Hamas Conflict: Roots and Implications

Tuesday 24 July 2007
Menahem Milson
The Events in Gaza The Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip was the culmination of two separate processes which began years ago. The first is the (...)

Pakistan’s Islamists fail to rouse the masses as liberals confront dictatorship

Saturday 21 July 2007
By Mona Eltahawy
The Islamic revolution could not be televised in Pakistan for a simple reason. It never happened. Despite predictions by two hardline clerics (...)

National Intelligence Estimate July 2007

Wednesday 18 July 2007
The Terrorist Threat to the US Homeland

Kowtowing to Hezbollah

Saturday 14 July 2007
Zvi Bar’el
It appears that the Israeli dilemma of whether Hezbollah emerged from the Second Lebanon War strengthened or weakened has been resolved by (...)

Europe and Islam

Saturday 7 July 2007
Bernard Lewis
It is sometimes forgotten that the content of history, the business of the historian, is the past, not the future. I remember being at an (...)

Getting To Blocked Websites Not As Hard As You Think

Monday 2 July 2007
A screen shot of a blocked website in Iran (RFE/RL) The following is a must read for our Arab readers. Authorities try hard, but, in the end, (...)

Battling the Lion of Damascus

Monday 2 July 2007
Seth Wikas

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