Dispatch from the Revolution
Egypt's new rulers are determined to tighten their grip on the media scene in Cairo. I should know -- they had me fired.
The assassination of a leftist politician has thrown the poster child for the Arab Spring into chaos.
The current protests aren't about the President Mohamed Morsi's power grab -- this fight is over something far more basic.
The following are photographs taken by Jenan Moussa of Dubai's Al-Aan TV and freelance journalist Harald Doornbos at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, for their article, "'Troubling' Surveillance Before Benghazi Attack."
Tens of thousands of Syrian refugees are living in dire conditions, and the aid the world is providing is nowhere near enough.
Could American labor unions be the best way to roll back radical Islamists in the Middle East?
Why America did the right thing in Libya -- and freedom will eventually win.
In the battle for Aleppo, the Assad regime's dangerous new weapon -- fighter jets -- has claimed dozens of lives in the nearby town of Azaz.
Yemen's new president claims to have driven al Qaeda from its strongholds. But Yemenis fear the militants will be back.
The men and women who sparked the protests that toppled the Mubarak regime face a painful choice in the upcoming presidential election. But they still can make the best of a bad situation.
FP asked five smart observers to offer their solutions for the quagmire in Damascus.
Sunday's spasm of violence bodes ill for Lebanese stability. But the real problem is that there's nobody in charge.
Today's gruesome car bomb attack in Damascus only adds to the worries of Syrians agonizing over whether to stay or flee.
Syrian dissidents are getting out of Damascus, but they can't escape their memories of torture.
Bahrain has badly botched its local version of the Arab Spring. And there seems to be no way out.
As people across the Middle East struggle for freedom, Lebanon descends into farce.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood have their own take on women's liberation.
U.S. service members stationed in Bahrain are struggling to adjust to the new normal as the country enters the second year of its uprising.
Bashar al-Assad did. But the international community and the media made things worse.
Cheer up. It's really bad. But all's not lost.
Why are foreign brands like KFC, the Four Seasons, and Cinnabon still trying to make a buck in Syria?
The uncertain revolutions of the past year may present the best chance for long-exiled Jewish communities across the Middle East to return home.
How the little country that sparked the Arab Spring is becoming a regional player for the first time.
Egypt's military-run government says I'm a fugitive from the law. I say it's time American taxpayers stop funding repression.