The crash of broken crockery accompanies Netanyahu's every move, writes Ibrahim Nafie
Dangerous side effects
The US's "new" policy on Iraq is bound to backfire -- and pro-American Arab regimes will pay the price. Hassan Nafaa explains why
The rogue states
The US has added a new term, and a new concept, to the lexicon of diplomacy: the 'rogue' state. Mohamed Sid-Ahmed comments
A state is not a war
Israeli occupation is the issue, writes Ali Kazak. What will 4 May bring?
By Salama Ahmed Salama
For the second time in days, Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi has caused a stir. This time the issue was the status of women in Libya, and his statement was indicative of the gap between what leaders and reformers think they can achieve, and actual social and political conditions.
Heroes for the people
The kidnapping of Abdullah Ocalan has done more than anything else to attract world attention to the Kurdish cause
Lessons in humiliation