It's almost as if the revolution against Mubarak was pointless. Egypt is more repressive now than it was when he was in charge. But some Egyptians are still not prepared to give up
To write this in the Saudi government daily is pretty remarkable and may surprise many readers that it was even allowed. His recognition of Israeli democracy is possibly more acute than in much Western media
Three years after revolution first hit the Middle East, it remains unclear whether countries in the region will yet forge pluralistic democracies, argues the former Bishop of Rochester
The ongoing 'Arab Winter' is showing that there was always more than dictatorships to blame for the Arab world's malaise
The region is splitting apart and ready to explode out of its largely artificial boundaries along two major fault lines, ethnic and religious, writes a former senior editor of the Jerusalem Post
Libya has a long way to go before it can be considered a success story. But the relatively poor electoral performance of Islamist parties there is a good indication that it has a fighting chance
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