Posts Tagged: Egypt
The question now is what happens next.
Will South Sudan, now on the verge of becoming a new country, make secession acceptable?
The feminine face of fury has been on display in the public protests in Egypt.
In our special focus on Islamophobia, Foreign Policy In Focus interviews noted professor, writer, and blogger Juan Cole on Egypt, Islamofascism, and "America anxiety" in the Muslim world.
The Obama administration's calls for an orderly transition and managed reform are out of sync with the democratic aspirations of Egypt's protesters.
Revolutions of world-historic potential, such as we are presently witnessing in Egypt, only happen once in a generation.
Hosni Mubarak is on his way out, but when and how remain open questions.
Ever day U.S. soldiers risk and lose their lives ostensibly for the cause of Middle Eastern democracy, so why isn't Washington more firmly supportive of democracy in Egypt?
For its strains of homophobia and anti-Semitism, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood wouldn't get my vote, but for its fight against both religious extremism and secular authoritarianism it gets my respect.
The Arab world plays dominoes with empire.