Written by Dr. Ashraf Ramelah
This month marks the two-year anniversary of Egypt's revolution for democracy led by youth freedom fighters. Their movement remains as vital today as when the uprising began on January 25, 2011 -- currently the same number of core participants, zeal and commitment to human rights. To date, their ...
Written by Barry Rubin
I did a lot of soul-searching before writing my latest article, "After the Fall: What Do You Do When You Conclude America is (Temporarily or Permanently) Kaput?" Of course, I believed every word of it and have done so for a while. But would it depress readers too much? Would it just be too ...
Written by Jeppe Samuel Cholewa Juhl
”When two Jews are gathered in a room, there will be at least three opinions.” So goes the saying that we used to laugh at in my youth when we were sitting around the dinner table.
Written by Khaled Abu Toameh
Mahmoud Abbas has once again threatened to dismantle the Palestinian Authority which he heads in the West Bank.
This time he chose to make his new old threat in an interview with the daily Haaretz.
"If there is no progress [in the peace process] even after the election I will take the phone and ...
Written by Barry Rubin
The expression, "With friends like you who needs enemies?" is an apt summary of a major problem for U.S. foreign policy during Obama's second term.
Here's the issue: a number of supposed allies of the United States don't act as friends. In fact, they are major headaches, often subverting U.S. goals ...
Written by Anthony Wile
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Godfrey Bloom.
Introduction: Godfrey Bloom is a Member of the European Parliament for Yorkshire and the Humber for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP). He was first elected in 2004, and re-elected in 2009. Before ...
Written by Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah
Based on events on the ground, one can safely state that the Syrian regime is steadily losing ground to rebel forces, since as much as 60 to 70 percent of the territory has fallen into their hands.
Yet, while rebel forces have seized parts of Aleppo and are ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
From 1977 to 1980, BBC One ran "Citizen Smith", a TV comedy about an aspiring young revolutionary who wore a beret and a Che T-Shirt and did his best to create a Communist Britain while heading up the Tooting Popular Front, consisting of six members, by virtue of shouting "Power to the People" and ...
Written by Caroline Glick
Today the National Journal reported that Obama is reconsidering his decision to appoint Chuck Hagel Secretary of Defense. As I wrote in my previous post, there is no chance that Obama will appoint a supporter of a strong Israel to any senior foreign policy post because he wouldn't appoint someone ...