What to make of the historic election results in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya -- and how the United States should respond.
Middle East scholar Joshua Stacher explains why democratization in Egypt is only skin deep.
It wouldn’t actually be that hard to restore Mexico’s economic fortunes -- if the new president is willing to show some backbone.
The battle over Egypt's parliament is more than just a legislative disaster. It's a legal nightmare.
Five foreign policy curveballs that could swing the election.
As a divided Libya heads toward a historic vote, an Islamic "frame of reference" unites the country's political neophytes.
Hey, Mitt: Russia's not quite America's No. 1 geopolitical foe just yet, but keep up that talk and Vladimir Putin will be happy to oblige.
As Libya holds its first post-revolutionary elections, the Brother Leader's legacy is proving hard to overcome.
The revolution in Egypt isn’t over -- at least as long as female revolutionaries have anything to say about it.
Mexico's pretty-boy president is more dangerous than he looks.
Egypt's new president may be no moderate, but he deserves a chance to prove he's no enemy.
The next American president would be naïve to think that the uprisings sweeping the Middle East will be good for America. It's time to retrench and protect U.S. interests from the Islamist tidal wave.
Why are Mexico's presidential candidates ignoring the 800-lb. gorilla in the room -- the failing drug war?
The United States isn't the only country where judges aren't exactly above the political fray.
Relying only on the state to implement democratic reforms in Burma is a fool’s errand. But there’s a better way.
This week the world is celebrating Aung San Suu Kyi’s achievements as a pro-democracy activist. Now the question is: Can she finish the job?
President Aquino's anti-corruption program is just what the Philippines economy needs.
No matter who wins the presidential elections, Egypt's revolution is in trouble.
The outgoing Mexican president had a golden opportunity to change his country for the better -- and he blew it.
What's the best way to detect electoral fraud? You may want to follow the numbers.
The United States doesn't have a monopoly on money in politics.
How did a phrase initially used dismissively by Joseph Stalin become shorthand for who loves America more?
It matters little who wins the presidency this weekend -- a much bloodier uprising is inevitable.
When Egypt's next rulers finally tackle urgently needed economic reform, they should look to an unlikely model: Iran.
The process of drafting a new constitution is a train wreck. But there’s a way to get it back on track.