Egypt boasts the largest population of Christians in the Near East and thus offers the best chance to protect and empower them. A successful model here can be duplicated elsewhere.
Robert NicholsonDecember 20, 2019
In the fate of Egypt and its Christians, we should read one crucial fact: neither democratic nor authoritarian governance delivered anything resembling equal citizenship.
Maged AtiyaOctober 24, 2019
In AD 641, Muslim Arabs completed their conquest of Egypt, expelling the former Byzantine rulers. The native Christian Copts embarked…
Richard TadaJuly 29, 2019
May Aladdin remind international society, and especially Christians, about their responsibility in the fight for a more plural and diverse Middle East.
Igor SabinoJune 21, 2019
For Kuyper, governance is an opportunity to plant Christian truth in another part of the world’s soil. It is about giving others a chance to flourish.
Tim ScheidererJune 3, 2019
General Khalifa Haftar’s Libya National Army (LNA) is inching its way closer to Tripoli, as fighting continues against the Government of National Accord (GNA), led by Fayez al-Sarraj.
W. Alejandro SanchezApril 16, 2019
In More Than a Doctrine, Randy Fowler argues that, even though President Eisenhower didn’t have a reputation for being a powerful orator, his speeches had a profound effect on the Middle East.
Mike WatsonFebruary 20, 2019
In Safe Passage, Kori Schake details how transitions in geopolitical power lead to violence, except when the United States slowly and peacefully took over the hegemonic role Great Britain played.
Wilson ShirleyJanuary 30, 2019
Observers expected Pompeo’s Cairo visit to defend President Trump’s drawdown in Syria. Instead, Pompeo systematically dismantled the failed Middle East policies of the Obama administration.
Eric PattersonJanuary 15, 2019
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