Emmanuel Todd is both a historian and a sociologist at the National Institute of Demographic Studies in Paris. Like most French men and women, he was appalled by the bloody events of January 7, 2015.
In an interview with Don Lemon of CNN broadcast on December 10, 2015, Donald Trump defended his call for banning Muslims from entering the U.S., saying at the end of that statement he had said, "…until we can find out what the hell is going on." He added that figuring it out "could go quickly," b
The media view of Bahrain — as a matter of the people struggling for democracy against repression and a hypocritical United States that calls for democracy but is unwilling to pressure the Bahraini government—has elements of truth but is too simplistic.
A week has passed since Donald Trump made his inflammatory call for a ban on Muslims entering the United States. In the Middle East, regional observers and editorials continue to grapple with both the content of Mr.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has drawn international condemnation for recent comments he made laying the blame for the Holocaust on Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, a prominent Palestinian Arab nationalist.
Clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians in and around the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound — or the Temple Mount, as it is otherwise known — threaten to disrupt the tenuous peace that followed last week’s confrontation between the two sides.
Ten years after Saudi women were allowed to vote in municipal elections, the decision has been made that they can now be eligible to seek office in those elections. While roundly supported by observers within the country, the move has been considered by some as not going nearly far enough.