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  • MIDDLE EAST: What can Obama do to restore confidence in peace process?

     
    Voices of skepticism and disdain abound when it comes to United States' efforts to promote peace in the Middle East. Many in the Arab world regard the Obama administration's steps to restart talks as too little too late by a......
  • U.S. nuclear arsenal faces crisis

     
    by Frank James How much have you heard on the presidential campaign trail about the growing weaknesses in the U.S. nuclear arsenal? I don't recall hearing much about it at all, which probably says more about the way we view......
  • LEBANON: Scholar angry at NATO after invitation to speak

     
    Lebanese academic Amal Saad-Ghorayeb has accused the NATO Defense College of tacitly encouraging her to break her nation's laws by inviting her to speak at a course where Israeli military personnel might be in attendance. Saad-Ghorayeb (at right) has...
  • EGYPT: Analysts say media freedoms are being restricted as elections approach

     
    Election time is when societies open up. Different interest groups and constituencies debate multiple approaches to resolving economic problems, cultural clashes and conflicting agendas. But Egypt, ahead of next month's parliamentary vote, appears to be...
  • CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT: Analysts welcomed by Babylon & Beyond

     
    Today, analysts of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, including the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, became contributors to Babylon & Beyond. Carnegie is renowned for its political, economic and social analysis of the Middle East, and...
  • TURKEY: Ahead of critical 2011 elections, Erdogan retains strong position

     
    As Turkey heads toward national elections next year, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) finds itself in a strong position. A major test for the AKP and opposition parties was the referendum in September — the results constituted a......
  • EGYPT: In the aftermath of flawed elections, a crisis of legitimacy

     
    The first round of parliamentary elections in Egypt left many election observers frustrated. The frustration comes from numerous media and domestic-monitoring reports that documented election violations, including an organized intervention for ruling...
  • TUNISIA: Dependence on Europe fuels unemployment crisis and protests

     
    The recent suicide of an unemployed 24-year-old man in Tunisia -- who electrocuted himself by touching a high-voltage electrical pole after shouting "no for misery, no for unemployment" — and the ensuing unrest are signs of the frustration and despair.....
  • LIBYA: Political power struggle amid rumors of Kadafi family feud

     
    Recent developments in Libya suggest the political power struggle between moderates and the country's conservative old guard is back in full swing -- a spat some speculators trace to a rift in the inner circle of leader Moammar Kadafi's family.......
  • ALGERIA: Oil revenues will not prevent social upheaval, says analyst

     
    [Editor's note: Analysts of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace are included among contributors to Babylon & Beyond. Carnegie is renowned for its political, economic and social analysis of the Middle East. The views represented are the author's...
  • IRAN: Is Obama administration dissing the 'green' opposition movement?

     
    As the United States attempts to grapple with Iran over its nuclear program, some worry that it will sacrifice the Islamic Republic's grass-roots opposition movement. Karim Sadjadpour is an Iran analyst at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in...