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The notion that elimination of the Muslim Brotherhood would produce a liberal democratic order was wishful thinking.
If the burdens placed on Iran are small, so are the benefits it receives.
Movements need new members, and new members mean reform.
Including translations of Khamenei's speeches from 1990 to the present.
The kinds of sacred spaces we worked for are not just possible; they exist. On the other side of the planet. Under occupation.
“The drones were terrifying. The buzz of a distant propeller is a constant reminder of imminent death."
Jordanian mothers with non-Jordanian husbands cannot pass along citizenship to their children. The results are devastating, but a growing campaign is committed to change.
What will it take to revive U.S.-Iran relations?
President Obama and his national security staff discuss the situation in Syria, August 30
Danny Postel, co-editor of the forthcoming BR Book The Syria Dilemma (available now for pre-order
Daniel Evans Pritchard
Richard Dawkins is under attack—at least if the recent tide of opinion pieces targeting him is
The chemical weapons ban should have been made universal years ago.
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Robin D. G. Kelley
Michael Patrick Lynch
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Nadia Marzouki
Alex de Waal
Silvia Federici, Jill Richards
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