|Republicans debate foreign policy
Republican hopefuls for the White House appear to have learnt none of the lessons of the disastrous Bush years, especially relative to the MidEast, writes James Zogby
Bashar Al-Assad and Ali Abdullah Saleh have the opportunity to step away from disaster, but they're not doing it, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
A virtue of necessity?
Is there an "Obama Doctrine" governing the conduct of US foreign policy in the Middle East or has it all been increasingly desperate improvisation, asks James Petras
Through a dark glass
Any analysis of the rise and prospects of Islamist movements is hampered by the inability to let go of pervasive myths, writes Khalil El-Anani
Islamist parties in Turkey
Some look to the Muslim Brotherhood to do for Egypt what ErdoganŐs party did for Turkey; yet the two are very different, in goals and means, writes Azmi Ashour
The mother of all gambles
It is time for the Palestinian leadership to embrace the one state solution, because the two state solution is nothing but a sham, writes Bassem Hassan
What's your point, Clinton?
Age of deceit
By Salama A Salama
A nuclear tall story
By Makram Mohamed Ahmed