It is in Turkey’s interests to support democratic protesters in Syria and across the region, and to work with the West to find resolution to the violent conflict in Syria.
Inspired by the region’s ongoing unrest, Kurdistan’s youth are demonstrating against decades of two-party control over Kurdish institutions and society, hoping to reform the region's political arena.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, the revolutionary change sweeping across the Arab world may provide a distinct opportunity to push for a lasting settlement between the Arabs and Israelis.
Egypt and Tunisia’s democratic transitions will not automatically result in higher economic growth or more employment opportunities. Both countries must set up priorities and enact reforms to spur economic transitions.
Three months into the Arab Spring and after the fall of the presidents of Tunisia and Egypt, protests continue across the Middle East and North Africa and the region remains in a state of flux.
As protests continue throughout the Middle East and North Africa, the international community is seeking to curb the increasing violence in Syria, continue military engagement in Libya, and convince Yemen’s President Saleh to step down.
The international community must provide support to countries across the Middle East in order to contain the numerous financial and economic risks created by the current unrest.
The constitutional declaration put forward by the Supreme Council of Armed Forces in Egypt is a complicated and problematic document that does not resolve the fundamental issues facing the transition process.
The revolution in Egypt continues, with protesters expressing their determination to take down key figures with connections to the old regime.
An orderly transition of power in Yemen that avoids creating a vacuum with the departure of President Saleh is critical in order to meet the demands of the protesters and maintain stability in the country.