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New interview and survey data from Pakistan provide little or no evidence to support the claim that U.S. drone strikes generate blowback and contribute to the radicalization of local populations.
Ennahdha’s decision to align with Nidaa has been politically more harmful than helpful, with many Tunisians unsure of what the party stands for.
In the spring of 2019, hundreds of millions of Indians will cast their ballots in the country’s seventeenth general election.
The decision of Egypt’s highest appeals court to order a retrial in the 2012-2013 NGO foreign funding case is a positive development which provides an opportunity for President al-Sisi to repair his damaged relationship with the United States.
It is true that Libya is often overshadowed by a host of other crises and challenges that demand America’s attention. But the country remains a place of great potential and resilience, and it affects U.S. and European interests beyond the threat of terrorism.
The story of what went wrong in Libya after Qadhafi.
Lebanon’s forthcoming parliamentary elections will likely be the dullest since the end of the country’s war in 1990.
Amid voter lethargy in Egypt, the regime sought to impose a high voter turnout.
The upcoming Egyptian presidential election is neither free nor democratic. The United States must not treat this election as a legitimate expression of the Egyptian people’s will.