A professor of Political Science and International Relations in Johns Hopkins University in the USA. His publications include 'The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: Gerontocracy Fighting against Time'
Analysis: It is premature to assume that the normalisation agreement between Morocco and Israel constitutes one step toward a permanent peace in the region.
Comment: The UAE has acted as a primary catalyst in the Gulf diplomatic crisis since its onset and appears particularly keen to see the rift continue, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: The comparison drawn by Egypt's culture minister between the Muslim Brotherhood and Moshe Dayan deliberately demonises the Brotherhood to justify its oppression, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: A recent speech delivered by General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi reveals that he cannot even give Egyptians false hope, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: When it comes to understanding why voters failed to support the regime's rubber-stamp parliamentary elections, Egypt's generals just don't get it, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: Egypt's ruling generals are curating a parliament of sycophants, which reflects the deterioration of Egyptian politics since the generals took power, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: The Egyptian regime is playing a supportive role to keep Bashar al-Assad in power, however it risks alienating allies such as Saudi and the US, argues Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: The refugee crisis in Europe represents a real test to the modernist values that have governed the old continent since the Enlightenment, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: Revolutionary violence does not guarantee the achievement of revolutionary objectives, especially with the existence of other pathways to change, writes Khalil al-Anani.
Comment: Protests in Lebanon and Iraq prove that the spark of the Arab Spring is still burning within a generation of Arab youth, writes Khalil al-Anani.