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
We all hope that it ends up swimmingly in Egypt, but there were those who always said it might not
Tayyip Erdoğan's war on secular life and democracy has gone too far. But can the Turkish opposition transform into an organised political movement?
The ongoing 'Arab Winter' is showing that there was always more than dictatorships to blame for the Arab world's malaise
The experiences of Sky's Tim Marshall about the Muslim world's victim complex mirror my own
The disastrous incident of a rape victim may be beneficial to Tunisia's society as it could encourage more women to speak out
The Egyptian military has a long history of controlling Egyptians’ lives and it will be difficult to eliminate this. But that’s just the start of the problems
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