Added on 22/11/2010
James M. Dorsey
Afghanistan , Barack Obama , Cairo , Democracy , Department of State , Egypt , Egyptian government , Egyptian military , Elections , Gamal Mubarak , George W. Bush , guard , head of state , Hillary Clinton , Hosni Mubarak , Iraq , Middle East , Mubarak , Muslim Brotherhood , National Democratic Party , Nile , Obama administration , P. J. Crowley , President , Secretary of State , U.S. Congress , United States , United States Agency for International Development , Washington
JAMES M. DORSEY: Repression of the opposition, intimidation of the media and electoral restrictions may guarantee Mubarak’s win. But for the U.S., the perception it is perpetuating authoritarian rule may outweigh any benefits.
Added on 09/10/2010
Al-Hayat , Baghdad , Berlin , Iraq , London , Margaret Obank , Oil , Poet , Sinan Antoon , Youssef Rakha
A new translation of Boulus poem made M. Lynx Qualey reflect on how little-known the towering, excellent Boulus is in English—outside of Banipal readers.