Egypt’s ‘Color Coup’

By Eric Walberg A new tactic has been added to the US democracy promotion arsenal, where ‘color revolutions’ are too difficult, and ‘postmodern coups’ fail. The smoke is already clearing in the wake of Egypt’s […]

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Egypt: Re-erecting the Wall of Fear

By Shafiq Morton When General Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt’s military commander-in-chief, appeared on national television on 25 July, I knew that something was brewing. Wearing dark glasses, a heavily braided cap and a full-dress uniform, […]

The Killers of Peace

By Nicola Nasser The Israeli Jewish settlers of the Palestinian territory, which was occupied by Israel in 1967, are dictating unilaterally the demarcation of the borders with any future Palestinian state, thus rendering its creation […]