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Since the volcanic eruptions in the Middle East, the attempt to transform Egypt into the political laboratory for the region’s litmus test for democracy has been fraught with

Obama has just clinched his second term to lead America and the world. As the head of the clinical team, he has been given the life support machine

The inception of the United Nations commenced on January 1942, when 26 nations at war with the Axis powers met in Washington to sign the Declaration of the

The last boot of US combat troops had barely left the Iraqi soil than the country celebrated the withdrawal with a spate of bombings that left 68 people

The dust is just beginning to settle on the Gaddaffi saga; or better still, it is taking a new life of its own.  But that has not deterred

As the "Arab Spring" of mass protests for democracy that is roiling much of North Africa and the Middle East slips past mid-year, activists and power holders across

The only way to deal with an “unfree” world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.  That appears to be

The uprising in Tunisia and Egypt look and feel like distant memories, etched on the psyche of the dinosaur era. When Libyans opted to follow suit, I remember

This week, African leaders and heads of state are gathering in Equatorial Guinea’s capital, Malabo, to discuss the state of affairs in Africa and the role of young