Yemen’s divisions are copious and growing, allowing the old regime to find ways to once more dominate the country.
The question is can reconciliation work for Egypt and what lessons can it learn from models like the Gacaca courts in Rwanda, Mandela’s approach.
Recently held regional Kurdish conference in Turkish capital Ankara may have surprised many in the Middle East.
The Israeli reaction of quick denial of anything to do with Arafat’s “murder” following the release of the findings of the Swiss report sounds self indicting.
The revolutionary influx is still underway, and it will take many years before the achievements of these popular mobilizations be truly felt.
The warm waters of the Gulf look quiet from where I am sitting, but such tranquility hardly reflects the conflicts this region continues to generate.
The prominent intellect talked about the military intervention after the June 30 events and the alternative path that might have been taken by the opposition to avoid the military control over the pol
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