Regions / Middle East & North Africa
Moncef Marzouki's inauguration as president of Tunisia was a precious moment to Tunisians.
For sheer chutzpah, nothing can beat the U.S. request to Iran for the return of the downed drone.
Given the history of Western support for corrupt secular governments, the popularity of moderate Islamist parties should come as little surprise--nor should it be cause for concern.
In Tunisia, the Obama administration has no choice but to make peace with political Islam.
Zahra's Paradise skillfully employs the story of one family to elucidate a tenuous historical moment in Iran, fleshing it out in the richest of both human and political terms.
But weaponization is by no means imminent.
If anyone poses a threat with electromagnetic pulse weapons, it's not Iran, but the United States.
A Facebook advertisement sends the message that the Obama campaign does not welcome concerns about human rights.
Tunisia's economy is crying out for state intervention.
After Islamist parties won three elections in a row, Chicken Littles threw up their hands in horror.