The limited intervention in Libya averted a humanitarian disaster, but it also killed the Arab Spring.
The ax is falling and heads are rolling in Egyptian media to rid once stodgy state-run organizations of deadwood noted for hampering professional and balanced news reporting.
As the Obama administration works to explain the goals of the intervention in Libya, something else is making Americans uneasy: the perceived role of religion in the Middle East's uprising.
Algeria embraced the popular overthrow of Benali and Mubarak with happiness and pride. More onerously, however, these developments are a sobering reminder of Algeria's recent history.
Israel is worried. The protests have already led to the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, Israel's closest Arab ally. I met Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister, Danny Ayalon, for an exclusive interview at his office in Jerusalem.
The huge protests in places like Egypt and Wisconsin have been inspiring. Citizens thirsting for democracy, workers trying to protect their hard-earne...
Many countries in the Middle East have built their entire existence around oil. They will eventually realize how little of the oil has been invested in preparations for a post-oil future.
As an aging beauty, well, aging anyway, I am forever on the prowl for amazing moisturizers. My mother taught me at an early age to slather on the mois...
I spoke with April Longley Alley, Crisis Group Senior Analyst for the Arabian Peninsula, about Yemen's political scene and what comes next for the country, with or without Saleh.
While there might be some similarities between Egypt and China in their long history, China has maintained an orderly transition of leadership and an economic planning process that is producing results.
What happens to the likes of Al-Ahram now that the Mubarak Regime has collapsed?
Poor Barack Obama. If it weren't for all these geopolitical crises, he'd have some fairly decent-sounding news to spin.
Ahmed Salah, an Egyptian journalist and activist who had survived torture while incarcerated in jail for pushing against the regime, brought his mission to the United States.
Egyptian media are having a field day ripping into ousted president Hosni Mubarak, his family and cronies, with state-run news organizations doing an ...
While February 11 was celebrated like any major feat, most realize that the end of a regime is not simply the fall of its patriarch, but rather the dismantling of the structure that anchored him.
Egyptians have traditionally called their country "Om El Donya" or "Mother of the World." But in recent years, Egyptians seemed less confident that th...