The Muslim Brotherhood does not deserve to have a say in the drafting of Egypt’s constitution Published February 19 2011
The Muslim Brotherhood has not succeeded in grasping power – at least not yet – but it has certainly succeeded in grasping the attention of the Western media. Published February 16 2011
Hu Jintao’s visit, Obama’s tour of Asia, and why it was wrong to skip Pakistan Published February 9 2011
In moments like this, silence may be the wisest form of action. Published February 4 2011
Egypt's turmoil meets with American optimism - but Alexis de Tocqueville reminds us that in a revolution, the hardest part to invent is the end. Published February 4 2011
Author Benjamin Ra responds to Zach Published February 1 2011
Benjamin Ra is a recent graduate of Sciences Po Paris. He writes mainly on foreign policy and is currently residing in South Korea.Read More
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