Why the United States should recognize and encourage expansion of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Can some form of democracy prosper in the Arab world? Can Islamists be democrats?
Far from destroying the Tehran-Damascus-Hezbollah-Hamas axis, the Arab Spring may be giving it a place on the world stage.
The regional upheaval actually benefits the Jewish state.
To understand the hostility of today's Egyptians toward Israel, start with the promises made in 1978.
Protests, economic fluctuations and political unpredictability continue. This is the Arab world's new normal.
Why both countries would be better off if Washington turned off the aid spigot.
Why the Hamas leader's landmark visit to Amman spells trouble for Mahmoud Abbas and Benjamin Netanyahu.
The latest Arab opinion poll shows mature, thoughtful separation of beliefs from sentiments. That is more than can be said of American discussion of the Middle East.
The Arab Spring alone won't bring democracy to the Middle East. Without education reform, it will have all been for naught.
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