On the streets of Moscow the protesters chanted: "We exist!" Everywhere, the "we" couldn't be broader, often remarkably, even strategically, ill defined: 99% of humanity containing so many potentially conflicting strains of thought and being.
Read Whole Story
I arrived in Tunis on January 1, only a few days after a wave of rallies had erupted due to the suicide of an unemployed college graduate who torched himself after police confiscated his fruit cart.
Tunisia has been rocked by riots recently over unemployment and corruption, thought to have been sparked by the suicide of a young man who could not f...
Unless Arab leaders implement serious political and economical reforms, we will see more of this type of popular uprising in other neighboring countries. It is only a matter of time.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more.