Tag Archives: Egypt

Is It Time for Ethiopia?

Can Ethiopia resolve its differences with its Nile neighbors to share precious water?

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Now Is the Time To Avoid a Full-Blown Regional AIDS Epidemic

The Middle East and North Africa critically need attention to AIDS.

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Russia and Egypt: Stunning Parallels

A key comparison on the global relevance of the slow-motion Arab Spring.

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Selective Morality and Syria

A case against a U.S. attack in Syria — and a path forward.

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Egypt, Wheat and Revolutions

Why is Russia emerging as a key factor in the political equation in Egypt?

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Elections Do Not Make Democracy

Should the U.S. continue to support autocratic regimes, wherever they provide for a stable geopolitical situation?

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Egypt and Syria: Beyond Repair

What do an insolvent Egypt and a disintegrating Syria mean for the governance of the Middle East?

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Pakistan’s Elections: How to Remake a Society

Could all the suicide bombings and car bombs indicate that the forces of medievalism are losing the battle for Pakistan?

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Readying Europe for This Global Age

Does Sweden’s Foreign Minister see Europe as ready to do its part to contribute to global prosperity and stability?

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The Real Winners and Losers of Globalization

Globalization has radically changed global income dynamics. So who has won and who has lost?

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