The past fourteen months have been a trying time for Egyptian Christians. After decades of repression, Copts must come to terms with new freedoms and discrimination. Their response: A diversification of views, not unlike their... more ››
No one can tell you where Egypt is headed.
Not the revolutionary groups that have become a sideshow as politics has moved from the streets to parliament and the courts. Not the politicians who, even if they were not... more ››
The race for the top job in Egypt is brightening the stagnant political scene, in a country that hasn’t yet embarked on the road to real change. The Muslim Brotherhood, thirsty for power after more than eight decades of its... more ››
upport for political reform in North Africa is necessary but not sufficient. European and U.S. leaders should also focus on the security implications of state failure in Libya, the Sinai, and elsewhere in the region. Without... more ››
What Islamists, and many other Arabs, have yet to accept is that in order for freedom of religion to be genuine, it must allow the freedom to reject faith entirely and to promote non-religious perspectives. more ››