Libya’s conflict: between coup and state restoration

Benghazi, the birthplace of the Libyan revolution, has been the scene since theFriday of “Operation Libya’s Dignity,”

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“404 has gained enormous attention the world over this year as systems in place since World War II, which many see as

Zawahri speech, though confused, shows U.S. is still main al-Qaeda target

Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri last month delivered a recorded audio speech on the occasion of the September 11 twin

The stakes in Egypt: far more than local politics

Upheaval in Egypt: Egypt is going through a series of convulsions as a divided people fight for the kind of future they

Why Libya’s political isolation law is at odds with democracy

Populist violence is raging in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya, characterized by a revenge-seeking mindset instead of a

Dimensions of the Darfur crisis and its consequences: An Arab perspective

Introduction: The crisis facing Darfur since 2003 is representative of a complex and multilayered situation whose

15 Differences between Morsi and Erdogan

The Al Arabiya Institute for Studies examined 15 points of conversion and difference between Egypt under Muslim

Islamists after revolutions and relationship with United States

When the events of the Arab Spring first unfolded and unfavorable regimes began to topple, feelings of enthusiasm and a

The Egyptian Cinema and Awareness of the Revolution

Anticipating the Revolution in Egyptian Fiction and Movies Films produced in Egypt between 1992 and 2010 – that is, in

Egyptian-Iranian relations and fears of Supreme Leader’s rule

The visit of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Egypt is the first of its kind since the two countries severed


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