|Gaddafi's downbeat doomsayer
Amr Moussa and Hugo Chavez are about to find out what Pan-Arabism and Third Worldism respectively can do to restore morale in Tripoli, postulates Gamal Nkrumah
Thanks to friendly multinational efforts, thousands of stranded Egyptians who fled the violence in Libya have been sent home onboard civil and military aircraft and ships, Amirah Ibrahim reports
Netanyahu's latest gambit
To be seen as forthcoming, Israel's prime minister has tabled a new peace initiative. It is as empty as all prior Israeli charades, writes Khaled Amayreh in occupied Jerusalem
Tel Aviv scrambles to subvert revolution
The ouster of the Mubarak regime is being felt as a sudden strategic loss for Israel, the ramifications of which it will attempt to mitigate, writes Saleh Al-Naami
Peace or war?
Yemen is faced with stark choices, as the opposition and supporters of the current president face off, warns Nasser Arrabyee
'Lebanon, your turn has come'
Inspired by the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions, protesters in Lebanon are calling for their own anti-sectarian revolution, writes Lucy Fielder in Beirut
Change in Iraq?
Will the current round of protests in Iraq lead to real change in the country, asks Salah Hemeid
The patience of the people of the pearl is fast running out, writes Gamal Nkrumah
Iran's "fox" suddenly disappeared from the political arena. Amani Maged wonders where he is and what the implications are
A last rampart falls
Two months after the toppling of former president Zein Al-Abidine bin Ali, the Tunisian revolution has really only just begun, writes Mourad Teyeb in Tunis
Russian-Syrian deal is on
Russia has confirmed its intention to supply Syria with cruise missiles, though these will do little to allow the country to match Israel's strength, reports Bassel Oudat from Damascus