|On power in practice
It is not force that wins in the end, but rather persuasion and justice, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
Our shame near complete
It is not US pressure that led Abbas in Geneva to betray his own people. It is the Oslo culture of corruption and profiteering that is the shame of all Palestinians, writes Ramzy Baroud
Obama's Afghan predicament?
Muqtedar Khan assesses the chances of US President Barack Obama's capacity to overcome the challenge Afghanistan poses to Pax-Americana
Does Obama deserve it?
In awarding Barack Obama the world's most prestigious prize, the Nobel Committee has reaffirmed that millions still pin their hopes on the US president, writes Hassan Nafaa
Scandal in the raw
Vaunting themselves as peers of Israel, Ramallah's leaders and their lackeys in Geneva are a disgrace to the Palestinian national struggle and are leading the Palestinian people to disaster, writes Azmi Bishara
A new film about Arab immigrants to the US tells their story with a starkness and empathy unseen until now, writes James Zogby
Distraction then destruction
Instead of focussing on recasting the world economy to the favour of ordinary people, the world's bankers and politicians have their eyes set on confronting Iran, writes Sara Flounders