Hamas, Hezbollah, and other resistance already understand their incentive to capture Israelis, dead or alive, and barter them
Two women in Tahrir speak for their country
Kept guessing by the military leaders and pressured by a small activist base that disdains working within the system, the same Egyptians who led the Tahrir uprising are now losing out
Egypt's de facto ruler walked around Cairo Monday night as state television's commentator touted touted Tantawi's presidential material
Will workers join political reformists in Egypt, or will they negotiate a separate deal with the post-Mubarak military regime?
What happens if -- or, more likely, when -- the Lebanese Party of God loses a crucial sponsor in Damascus?
How should the U.S. adjust to a changing, post-9/11 world?
Washington is just beginning to grasp the implications of a world system in which small, ambiguous groups can alter the course of history
Retired Army General Hosam Sowilam explains the anti-revolutionary attitudes of the Army
Activists rejoiced in Tripoli at the capture of Qaddafi's sons
If liberals are to have any traction in the country after Mubarak, they are going to have to sway voters away from Islamist parties
Seven months after he was deposed, the former president will be held accountable for his rule in a court case slated to start Wednesday
Egypt's burgeoning liberal party meetings are drawing a sparse crowd
Doctor Ayman Abouzaid is on hunger strike, seeking quick public trial of former President Mubarak
The division of the April 6 movement reveals, five months after Mubarak's departure, a new level of entropy among Egyptian activists
Scenes from the largest Egyptian protest since the February ouster of President Hosni Mubarak
"The official papers and agencies have no effect. If they had, January 25 never would have happened"
The group might have been able to weather this week's indictments for its role in the 2005 death of Lebanon's Prime Minister, were it not for the Arab Spring
The worst violence since Mubarak's resignation reveals a splintering opposition, tightening police presence, and uncertain future
Throughout modern history, the country has glimpsed opportunities for liberal democracy only fleetingly