In Tunisia, secularists and Islamists produced a landmark constitution—without Western interference.
Amr Hamzawy was one of the few liberals who condemned both the Morsi government’s misrule and the military coup. Now he’s increasingly isolated.
You can’t always trace it, but everything and everyone has a genealogy.
Precious few political parties have spoken out against the military or its assault on the Muslim Brotherhood.
President Obama can now embark on a new foreign policy, one that rejects military interventionism in favor of an engaged internationalism.
A diplomatic solution is possible.
Syrians fleeing the fighting at home have found themselves targeted amid Egypt’s political upheaval.
Life here has shrunk politically, geographically and socially, with the vast majority of the public high on fascistic nationalism.
President Obama was right to seek congressional approval to strike Syria—but a bipartisan coalition must turn him down.
There are both practical and humanitarian reasons to oppose US airstrikes in response to the horrific chemical weapons attack.