|Now or never?
The Muslim Brotherhood's confident façade may conceal hidden anxieties, driving the adoption of a now-or-never attempt to take power, writes Ahmed El-Tonsi
Good for Gunter
While German Nobel Laureate Gunter Grass's poem about Israel has caused controversy in the West, it only expresses what everybody already knows, says Stuart Littlewood
We're the ones who pay
The recent scandal arising from Gunter Grass's poem calling Israel a danger to the world is a welcomed gesture. But the real scandal is who pays for German guilt, argues Susan Abulhawa
Can America promote Arab democracy?
Without listening to Arab voices, Washington's decision-makers are too uninformed to have a constructive role in the transformation of Arab societies, writes James Zogby
Myths of a limited Israeli-Iranian war
Israel's projected "limited war" against Iran threatens to become an all-out regional conflict, with fatal consequences for the Middle East and beyond, writes James Petras
New roads of revolution
The collapse of the unspoken agreement between the Muslim Brotherhood and the military may allow other revolutionary forces to rebalance the political game, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
Sensationalist media miss the mark
March Madness comes once a year. Media Madness is year-round. What the mass media choose to cover and feature turns the priorities of any sane society upside down day after day after day, bemoans Ralph Nader
Violence from beyond the grave
On the ninth anniversary of the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, it seems that the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki has moved on to killing the dead, writes Felicity Arbuthnot