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Violence in the case of Tunisia is more emotional and intellectual - than physical and is "difficult to gauge".
The disenfranchised in Tunisia can do nothing but watch as their revolution slips into a state of carnival.
A neo-Islamist group hopes to bring the rain and reinvigorate the Arab Spring in Jordan.
Tunisians are still frustrated of the status quo while politicians act like street vendors peddling their platforms.
Low-key temporary disorder, although disruptive, can yield positive benefits to burgeoning democracies.
It is "very healthy" that Arabs protest when a president claims new sweeping powers that "undermine their revolutions".
Israel must re-think its strategy in a post-Arab Spring Middle East if it wants to achieve real peace.
American presidents come and go, but few, if any, seem to have the will to change the status quo in the Middle East.
A stalling transition in a post-Ben Ali democracy is slowly starting to tear at the edges of Tunisian politics.
The anti-Islam filmmaker or the cartoonist wouldn't be ordained by the Prophet himself, writes scholar.
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Western fighters have streamed into the Middle East to help 'liberate' Arab countries such as Syria and Libya.
The Pakistani government is proposing reform of the nation's madrassas, which are accused of fostering terrorism.
Weaving and handicrafts are being re-taught to a younger generation of Iraqi Kurds, but not without challenges.
The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
 
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Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.