|How can Egypt revive its power?
Egypt's erstwhile regional influence was based on its culture: soft power that in the 21st century may be as important as military strength, writes El-Sayed Amin El-Shalabi
State of the Arab world
The centralised state of the past may be gone, but that doesn't mean that chaos should take over, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
Are Egypt's liberals a spent force?
Egypt's main liberal forces have proven themselves utterly incompetent and unfit to lead. Thankfully a new, if small, current of young liberals with real principles is emerging, writes Khalil El-Anani
Democracy and slaughter in Burma
While Western corporations are lining up leach Burma's natural resources, the "promise" of democracy now at hand, no one is talking about the genocidal violence the country's Muslim Rohingyas are facing, writes Ramzy Baroud
Islam and revolution
Garbage is money
By Samir Sobhi