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Turkey’s battle against its gaping current account deficit appears to be going well, but dependence on foreign energy supplies remains a major stumbling block.
Although most Shiite seminaries in Lebanon still follow a traditional curriculum, a number of schools have begun to revise and develop their educational approaches.
The core pillars that sustained the US-Saudi alliance for decades are crumbling, as changing geopolitical, energy and regional dynamics strain relations.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a tough choice between US President Barack Obama and negotiations with the Palestinians on one hand and the integrity of his coalition and the threat of elections…
Tunisian Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa has been warmly received in a visit to the United States, with signs indicating that Washington is fully in support of him maintaining this office.
Following Hamadi Jebali’s recent resignation as secretary-general of the Ennahda movement, there are signs that divisions are growing within this Tunisian Islamist party.
Moroccan King Mohammed VI has visited a number of African countries at the head of a delegation of businessmen, in a move aimed at not only investment opportunities but also garnering political…
In an interview with Al-Hayat, Iraqi Kurdistan President Massoud Barzani says that while the region will await the results of US mediation between Baghdad and Erbil, if Baghdad sticks to its position…
Turkey’s Constitutional Court overturned a bill strengthening the powers of the minister of justice over the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors.
Egyptians activists struggle to determine who is to blame for Egypt’s predicament, and how to set the revolution, and the country, back on track.
The struggle between the AKP and the Gulen movement threatens more than 2,000 Turkish schools abroad, which have been seen as the country’s most “valuable export commodity” and a “source of prestige.”
A religious leader with ties to the Islamic Dawa Party has issued a fatwa banning citizens from voting for secular candidates, as religious currents increasingly claim secular movements are tainted by links…