Perspectives

Perspectives
Opinion: Seeking legitimacy through grandiosity, Egypt's military rulers led by President Sisi have been staging epic neo-Pharaonic displays, but this has dark roots linked to European fascism and 20th-century revisionism, writes Kyle J. Anderson
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Opinion: The Jewish community in France is divided over the upcoming presidential bid of Eric Zemmour, with many hoping that his bigotry will fail him
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South Africa's boycotting of Miss Universe in Israel, though a small act of solidarity with Palestinians, is a refreshing form of bravery, writes Nyasha Bhobo.
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Sudan's internet blackout is part of a larger global trend in which numerous governments are embracing the extreme tactic of internet shutdowns, writes Jillian C. York.
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The opposition to the recent coup in Sudan illustrates public rejection of military dictatorship. However, more international support is critical to the country's return to democracy and its chance for success, writes Ishac Diwan and Ibrahim Elbadawi
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It’s fine to be outraged but don’t be shocked: our righteous war-making is not clean, nor humane. It never was, writes Peter Van Buren.
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To surmount internal and external divisions over Libya, there is an urgent need to find a general consensus on the constitution and the preparation regarding presidential and parliamentary elections, writes Ferhat Polat.
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Sens. Sanders and Markey and Rep. Khanna want to cut off all aid to Saudi Arabia. But will their efforts survive NDAA vote, asks Marcus Stanley.
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Opinion: The partnership between civilian forces and the Sudanese military was a mistake, argues Sudanese activist Wini Omer. After two years of sleeping with the enemy that led to the military coup, it's time for returning to the barricades.
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The White House is being cagey, but despite ‘withdrawal’ the military has been operating non-stop on the ground there for 20 years, writes Nick Turse.