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Uncertain Outcome

The Pennsylvania-born Republican, Tom Ridge, has had a long and distinguished career in government, holding posts as congressman, governor, Homeland …

A Walking Contradiction

Andrew Card is a controversial figure. Most remembered as the man who whispered to President George W. Bush that America …

Disrespecting Assad

Amid the continuing civil unrest and mounting death toll in Syria, The Majalla spoke with the Head of the Delegation …

The Natural Source

  The Majalla: In your opinion, how has Algeria’s experience of the Arab Spring been different from others in the …

Power in the 21st Century

Joseph Nye is one of the world’s most respected and influential scholars on international relations and American foreign policy. Co-founding …

Democracy on the Horizon

Ahmed Najib Chebbi is the founder and former secretary-general of the Progressive Democratic Party and one of the most prominent …

Red Lines

In this interview with The Majalla, Professor Gregory Gause considers the impact of recent regional developments on security concerns in the Gulf. He suggests that governments would be well advised to refrain from the use of force, or run the risk of further instability. Ultimately, especially within the GCC, political relationships have been strengthened in a bid to maintain the status quo.

Riding the Wave

Hamdeen Sabahi is a prominent figure on the political scene. He gained wide popularity as a staunch opponent to Egypt’s previous regimes, which often found him embroiled in serious political confrontations that led to his arrest under former presidents Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak. He is now running for president of Egypt. Read this interview with “The Majalla” to see what he has to say.