The prosperous, urban middle-class—those who benefit from the government’s policies—have revolted against it. If even they don’t support the existing order, what future does it have?
Angered by tainted parliamentary elections, thousands of Russians have taken to the streets.
On a recent visit to Gaza, officials from both factions told me they are ready to accept the results of new elections, win or lose.
As a Jew who has been an ardent supporter of Israel since its independence, it pains me to record what I saw on a recent trip to the West Bank. But if the occupation continues as such, Israel’s legitimacy and future are at stake.
Survivors of the first nuclear tragedies are now campaigning not only against nuclear weapons, but now also against the dangers of nuclear power.
As the Assad regime cracks down on protesters, it is waging a propaganda war on Syrians and stoking fears of a civil war.
Finding hope, small victories and larger opportunities in a world no one should write off as lost.
The United Nations has called an emergency meeting to discuss the devastating famine in the horn of Africa.
While the US funds democratic reform projects in the post-Mubarak age, Egyptians are mistrustful of American meddling in their domestic affairs.
The revolution has fostered a national sense of accomplishment and a newfound pride in being Egyptian.