Future democracy in MENA rests upon the role of minorities – a historical Achilles heel, writes Bijan Hakimian.
Malik Little lists his top five worst arguments against U.S. airstrikes in Syria. People like Robin Yassin-Kassab make...
Marxists are not supporters of Morsi, but allowing the coup to proceed is a death-knell to the Egyptian Revolution,...
Navid Zarrinnal provides a round up of the new Iranian cabinet. On Thursday, August 1, 2013, a number of Iranian press...
Rooj Al-Wazir outlines ten reasons for why the American public should be outraged at the drone wars being carried out in their name.Read more ›
Jake Reynolds asks, will the overthrow of Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsy lead to an economic upturn for the country?Read more ›
The Western media’s penchant for using ill-defined, and misleading, terms such as ‘hardliner’ and ‘moderate’ does not aid our understanding of the Iranian elections, writes Navid Zarrinnal.Read more ›
Mostafa Rajaai writes on the run-up to the Iranian Presidential Elections, and Hassan Rouhani’s unexpected victory.Read more ›
Milaad Rajai asks, if the ‘Axis of Evil’ was the first label for Iran and its allies in the Middle East, will ‘Partners in Tyranny’ become the next?Read more ›