As anti-government protests in Syria showed no sign of abating, the U.S. State Department Monday denied that it was seeking the regime’s ouster.
It is not only the economy that fuels Arab protests.
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With Libyan government forces advancing towards the rebel capital of Benghazi, the time for possible military intervention by the U.S. and its NATO or other allies appears to be running short.
Just how American bullets make their way into Bahraini guns, into weapons used by troops suppressing pro-democracy protesters, opens a wider window into the shadowy relationships between the Pentagon and a number of autocratic states in the Arab world.
As aggression mounts with the rise of food prices worldwide, small-scale farms rooted in local markets could avert international disaster – and lead the way to “food democracy.”
Western media has been trying to take the Islam out of recent Arab uprisings.
On Wednesday, Obama said his staff was preparing a “full range of options” for action.
Seeing Arabs demanding something we were convinced was the birthright and property of the West, of the United States in particular, has to send a shiver down anyone’s spine.
The United States is losing patience with Egyptian government.
Tunisia is known for exporting olive oil and deglet nour dates but is pleased to add revolution as one of its principal items of export.
As we’ve watched the dramatic events in the Middle East, you would hardly know that we had a thing to do with them.